Scroll For Arts
Scroll For Arts
Our ' window gallery ' is free of charge and changes monthly ( please note - we are usually booked up several months in advance). We are always looking for artists with bold and simple work for our window with ideas and themes that are accessible to all. As we are not a gallery space, the message of your work needs to be quickly and easily understood , where there is no need for context to understand its content. With more than 60,000 people passing the window daily via public transport alone so this is a great opportunity for an artists to have their work seen. Please send us your idea and images of previous work to firstname.lastname@example.org .
For all the unveilings of the new windows we encourage people to have Private Views in the venue .
This window display was made by local LGBTQI+ youth group Project Indigo.
The quilt explores what it’s like to be young and queer at home, and the placards are our protests.
Excesstential Crisis from Sick Bag series by Angel Rose
Our Femme exhibition as part of Femmetopia Festival took over the window during the festival month.
THE PATTERNED QUEEN
Chippy Aiton [the Queen], Stephen Staunton [Pattern] & Matt Chappel [Leopard Print]
Quotes from Billy Mann - Submit to Love Studios Artist
The Patterned Queen is a collaboration between three artists working in Submit to Love
Studios in Haggerston. The studio is part of Headway East London, a local charity
supporting survivors of brain injury.
Video Noise Trolley is a new window installation by Tomas Jefanovas. Tomas’s recent work explores and plays with intensity and noise to a level of it becoming the opposite - a calm and hypnotic void.
For our December window we celebrated our vFd family in the run up to our femme relaunch in January; releasing a new clip each day of advent.
Starting to define the real purpose and meaning for 'desire', the exhibition is about our artist's interpretations of the human impulse and will reflect the social and psychological importance of desire through their chosen practice.
Holly Revel's gorgeous portraits of Divine David Hoyle graced our window in October to promote their book PARALLEL UNIVERSE.