Journey to Pixel Paradise

An exhibition presenting commissioned collaborative works by Paula Pinho Martins Nacif and Nina Reece, curated by To Whom This May Concern.

at 310 New Cross Road

Journey to Pixel Paradise is the second of three exhibitions in 'Crossings,' an exhibition series showcasing interdisciplinary partnerships across Goldsmiths' MFA Fine Arts and MA Creative and Life Writing. It is curated by To Whom This May Concern, a curatorial collective and self-organised support network responding to the ongoing failures of marketised education and the precarity it engenders.

Paula Pinho Martins Nacif is an #artist #gURL born in Brazil, raised in Portugal, and living in London, UK. She graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2016 with a BFA, and is currently pursuing an MFA at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her work has been exhibited online and offline internationally. In 2018, she is thinking about #WeaponsAgainstMassDestruction, #cutestuff, #Paradise, and #sparkly .gifs.

Nina Reece is a fiction and life writer from London. As a student of the MA Creative and Life Writing at Goldsmiths her work has engaged with adolescent voices, families and identity politics. She is published online in the Goldfish Anthology 2018 and at ninareece.squarespace.com.

To Whom This May Concern

Opening Times
Preview: Wednesday 16 May, 6-9pm
17 - 20 May 2018
Thursday to Saturday, 12-6pm

Where
310 New Cross Road
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London
SE14 6TQ