From housing to debt to finding work, ‘Til Debt Do Us Part brought together the artwork of the Student Loan Generation from artists and non-artists - graduates and non-graduates alike. This exhibition featured work from 12 contributors reflecting on their experiences of life post-education. From pieces ranging from embroidered job rejection letters to collages created from student loan terms and conditions. I wanted to curate this exhibition in order to showcase of creative solidarity to provide a productive creative output for people to have their voices heard. The exhibition was displayed for two weeks at the Peckham Pelican.
Southwark News coverage here and here.
Jess Gell 'Loan Sweet Loan'
Jess Gell 'Loan Sweet Loan'
Ryan Paul Walsh and Sam Grice 'Depredate Mass'
Ryan Paul Walsh and Sam Grice 'Depredate Mass'
Kerry Ann Cleaver 'Do you Accept?'
Kerry Ann Cleaver 'Do you Accept?'
Tabby Wykeham 'Fired, Glazed and Full of Biscuit'
Tabby Wykeham 'Fired, Glazed and Full of Biscuit'
Hannah Jolley 'Unsuccessful on this Occasion'
Hannah Jolley 'Unsuccessful on this Occasion'
Renée Bellamy 'Day Tripper'
Renée Bellamy 'Day Tripper'
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