Arts Meets Philosophy: Hester Reeve’s works as Resident Artist exhibited at King’s College London featuring evening of artists’ talks until 08 February 2017

Image of Hester Reeve, courtesy of the artist

Hester Reeve, artist and Reader in Fine Art in the Art & Design Research Centre (ADRC), is having her work showcased along with other Resident Artists at the Centre for Philosophy and the Visuals Arts (CVPA) in an exhibition from 30 January until 08 February 2018 in the Arcade in Bush House, London.

Through their practice, CPVA Resident Artists explore, engage with and challenge philosophical models of freedom, meaning, purpose and truth. This show brings together their recent work and establishes a platform for dialogue between philosophers, artists and the public.

Artists Melissa Franklin, Hester Reeve, Cheryl Simmons and Siobhán Tattan will present new work made in response to lectures by John Callanan on Kant’s Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals and Christopher Hamilton on The Search for Meaning.

Arts Meets Philosophy: CVPA Artists in Residence
Arcade in Bush House, Aldwych London
Exhibition: open weekdays from 30 January 2018 to 08 February 2018.
Resident Artists evening talks: 05 February 2018 6PM – 8PM, tickets via Eventbrite.

For more details of Hester’s joint residency at the CVPA at Kings College London and at Kunsthuis SYB in The Netherlands, see here and here.

Hester Reeve is a performance artist who works with Live Art actions, philosophy, dialogues, drawing and photography. Hester is a Reader in Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University. You can find more information on Hester Reeve and her work on her webpage.