Last month, from 14th til 30th of April, the Display Gallery in London hosted an unique event – “ID, a fictional journey into the Psyche”. A group exhibition of 14 international emerging artists, the show featured a wide array of artworks across different media, all with roots in urban culture. The event is a reference to Freud’s division of the psyche, where the ID is the tumultuous and innate part of the personality that contains all of our human instinctual drives. Hence, a wide range of artworks ranging from collage, painting, sculpture and digital illustration all under a common theme – the human mind, portrayed the battle between the ID over the Ego and the dominance of the first over the latter.
The event also marked the launch of a social enterprise dedicated to supporting artists in the beginning of their career – Chrom-Art.
Participating artists were: Andrew Chisholm, Emanuel de Sousa Daniel Dalopo, Arturo Garcia DlHeras, Amit Elan, Sal Jones, Beata Kozlowska, Gianluca Pisano, Simona Ruscheva, Paul Mathias Vef.
Check out some pictures from the launch of the event below and enjoy the journey into the fascinating human mind.
Photos are courtesy of Display Gallery (Olga de Miguel)
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