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Timberlake, John; Sleeman, Joy; Waterworth, David
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Site specific exhibition 3 March - 2 April 2011, of art works made by John Timberlake arising from a collaborative enquiry with Dr Joy Sleeman (Slade School of Fine Art, UCL). The exhibition took place at Stephen Lawrence Gallery, The Old Royal Naval College, University of Greenwich, London SE10. The exhibition featured five photograph/painting collage works by John Timberlake, a limited edition booklet with text by Joy Sleeman, and a collaborative piece, made by both. The exhibition considered the legacy and cultural ramifications of the work of Richard Jefferies, a C19th author and resident of Greenwich, who wrote an apocalyptic early science fiction novel entitled After London (1885). A panel discussion, involving John Timberlake, Joy Sleeman, Dr Matthew Beaumont (UCL) and the novelist Will Self took place on Sunday 13th March.\ud \ud The exhibition curator was David Waterworth of University of Greenwich.
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