A new iteration of Our Future Likes is on at ORTUS, until 26 July 2019
Our Future Likes explores the complexities of the lives we live on and offline and ways it can be damaging to our mental health. The exhibition reveals how some artists and young people in our society are taking the lead, creating art that explores how we can make the internet a more positive and contemplative space. And also, how we can begin to take charge of our futures within it.
Contributors: Alexandra Leigh, Art Assassins (South London Gallery’s young people’s group) and Lloyd Corporation, Daniel Regan and young people from Bethlem Adolescent Unit, Dolly Sen, Gabrielle de la Puente (White Pube), Jack Burrus-Coomber, Katherine Melmoth and Charlotte Hooley, Love People Support Bethlem (a collective of students from Langley Park School for Boys), Lisa Biles, Max Reeves and young people from Raw Material.
Open: Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm
Free entrance – all welcome
ORTUS, 82-96 Grove Lane Camberwell London SE5 8SN
Image credit: The Lost City of Toys by Max Reeves