The Hannah Barry Peckham Art gallery has had a pink psychedelic makeover and to mark the closing week of Henry Hudson’s nothing sticks to nothing exhibition they will be hosting a week long programme of live events.
The live events respond to the exhibition’s alpine scenography - pastoral, psychedelia, crime scene and psychogeography - in hues of pink and purple created with plasticine.
Traversing pop and classical music, poetry, electronic soundscapes and more, a diverse group of artists, musicians and writers will perform at the Peckham gallery on the largest contemporary Scagliola floor ever made, amplifying and exploring the many ideas and emotions present in Hudson’s work and world.
Running until 16 March - free entry
4 Holly Grove, Peckham, London, SE15 5DF