NOW Gallery transforms four floors of Design Distict’s building D4 into popup exhibition space for shows by three groundbreaking contemporary visual artists.
Ground and first floor: Vince Fraser, The Afrofuturist
Second floor: Charles Emerson, Images of Broken Light
Third floor: Lisa Wolf for Kvadrat, Memories of Gigabites
About the artists
About Vince Fraser
Vince Fraser is a renowned British motion graphics and digital artist, specialising in digital illustration including 2D vector work, photo-montage, image-manipulation and 3D modelling. Fraser’s work has continued to develop and inspire, creating vibrant, innovative and evocative artwork. He describes his style as Afro Surrealism with various influences including the 70s and urban culture.
About Charles Emerson
Charles Emerson studied BA Hons Fine Art Photography at Falmouth College of Arts. His artworks have been exhibited both in the UK and internationally. His commercial work increasingly sits comfortably alongside his fine art, as clients are keen to draw on the techniques and styles that he has created within his personal practice.
About Lisa Wolf
Lisa Wolf is a researcher, designer and visual artist. She works on interdisciplinary projects ranging from spatial installations to product design. Wolf’s projects combine digital fabrication methods and traditional materials such as clay, wood, fabric or metal. These physical installations and objects are connected to an ongoing research and interest in performance and sound.
Design District Creates
The latest addition to London’s autumn cultural calendar, Design District Creates is a multidisciplinary celebration of the creative sector, taking place in its new dedicated creative hub on Greenwich Peninsula. From 15 September to 17 October, everyone is invited to explore Design District, with scheduled architecture tours led by Open City, pop-up events, food and drink, and art and design exhibitions including Art Block, in collaboration with NOW Gallery. Following the official opening event on 15 September, Design District will host an eye-opening programme of conversations about design, fashion, craft and innovation, featuring leading voices from across the creative industries in the brand new members club Bureau.