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Wed, 05 Jul


The Ein Sof Gallery, 1-3 Elliott's Place

Private View: Deciphering Nostalgia

Join the private view of our new exhibition 'Deciphering Nostalgia' by by an ensemble of University Arts London Jewish Society students.

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Private View: Deciphering Nostalgia
Private View: Deciphering Nostalgia

Time & Location

05 Jul 2023, 17:00 – 19:00

The Ein Sof Gallery, 1-3 Elliott's Place, Elliott's Pl, London N1 8HX, UK


About the event

Ein Sof Gallery unveils "Deciphering Nostalgia", which is a student exhibition featuring the work of seven artists from the University of the Arts London. Through a variety of mediums, including performance, painting and photography, these artists explore the idea of nostalgia through the lens of Jewish culture and tradition. The show features a diverse range of approaches to this theme, mirroring the wide spectrum of Jewish thought and identity that exists today.

Hannah Loveridge

A fine art photography student studying at Camberwell College of Art. Her practice is photography and moving image-based and centres around identity within family and interpreting the past.

Sophie Levy

Sophie is passionate about finding innovative ways we can connect with ourselves, each other and surroundings. She aims to cultivate environments that people consider ‘safe spaces’. Spanning across performance, workshop, sculpture and poetry, her practice often teeters on the edge of various disciplines and territories, finding a delicate balance between catharsis and confession and performance and facilitating.

Ariella Fisher

A Sound and Performance Artist currently studying at Central St Martins, uses collaboration and intuition as key modes of working. Their practice centres around exploring affect, challenging ocular-centric ways of knowing through playful and experiential sound performances. This questioning is mirrored through a broader examination of established norms.

Leora Lister

Currently studying BA Fine Art: Painting, Leora specialises in surrealist oil paintings on canvas aiming to capture an idea or a commentary on the age-old philosophy of meaningful existence.

Ella Kosmin

Ella is a London-based artist with a  BA (Hons) in Costume Design For Theatre & Performance. Ella uses documentary diary-style photography as a way to escape the noise of the city and capture feelings of calmness within her surroundings. Her work explores abstract subject matter, which allows the viewer naturally to pause and reflect.

Claire Carden

Claire is an international student from California studying costume construction at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She's interested in fashion history, costume, and textile arts. You can see more of their work on Instagram @Clairecardenmakes.

Katie Oliver

Studying graphic communication design at UAL Central Saint Martins. Work consists of themes that provoke identity and experiences within certain environments. This specific project aims to preserve Polish-Jewish identity that was eradicated whilst also challenging human prejudice and its consequences.

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