Children's tutor Heini King has a duo exhibition with Arabee Beveridge directly across from the Art school at 561 Finchley Road.
The By The Window exhibition can be viewed from the roadside as King explains "“My monoprints and drawings oscillate in a state between inside and outside. The work has been made from direct observation in public places within the past year, inspired by people in movement. In the curation, I wanted to pair figurative drawings with drawings that fall into abstraction and give way to interpretation in a way reminiscent of the Rorschach test. The frames were found on London streets and restored for the installation.”
Arabee Beveridge’s sculptural work ‘Mend Stones’ was created on a beach in the west of England: “The stones were deliberately broken and repaired with tape as if there were purpose in this act. The deliberate nature of the act of destruction, followed by a hasty, inappropriate mend, tries to point at the oxymoron of the way we exist and our attitudes to self, relationships, and planet”. Beveridge is the founder of studio and residency program Aplpip Arts in Dorset.