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NOISELAB presents Collective Vision student exhibition

Over the month of April NOISELAB will be hosting four student exhibitions. NOISELAB has opened up its 2nd floor to offer young creatives the chance to exhibit their work at this high profile city centre location.

 

Collective Vision was founded in 2008 by a group of Interactive Art students; our work is diverse in its presentation and our ideas are ambitious. The collective is based on the understanding that, as an artistic group our concepts and themes inevitably influence each other in our development, despite the varying nature of our disciplines.



Collective Vision also functions as a support network for us to host exhibitions and events, working individually and collaboratively, forging new working relationships within the creative industries.



The shows preview will also see some of Manchester’s finest musical talent performing, including Eleanor Lou, Louis Barabbas performing their own material and Fiona Brehony who will perform extracts from her musical ‘David Bowie’ plus some of the collectives’ performance based artists.

8th-10th April 12PM - 8PM

11th April 12PM - 5PM

 

 

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