Performance night!

Performance Event - Past

Sat 16 Feb 2019

APT Gallery (Art in Perpetuity Trust)
Harold Wharf
6 Creekside
London SE8 4SA


Doors open/ bar from 6pm
Performances start 6.30pm prompt

Dress warm!


Join us for an evening of new performances marking the closing of Peer Sessions' exhibition Mimesis; Narrative; Against hegemony!    With:
Philip Ewe
Kate Pickering
Emily Rosamond



Philip Ewe (b.1983) lives and works in London. Ewe's performance practice involves a process of compiling and improvising unreliable personal narratives, he is currently compiling a series of independent performances grounded in the distorted landscape of London property development.


Kate Pickering is a London based artist, writer and PhD researcher in the departments of Art and Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths. She investigates belief as embodied narrative through research into Evangelical megachurches, focusing onhow a body is dis/oriented within the megachurch through it's material, visual and fabulatory conditions. This research is extended into performative site based readings of fiction.


Emily Rosamond is an artist, writer, and educator. She is Lecturer in Visual Cultures and Joint Programme Leader, BA Fine Art and History of Art at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her practice experiments with inhabiting fictitious and non-human personas through intense engagements with materials.




Very last chance to see Mimesis; Narrative; Against hegemony! **


** As part of the APTShots programme, APT Gallery invited Peer Sessions to curate the exhibition Mimesis; Narrative; Against hegemony! celebrating 10 years of Peer Sessions' support for artists through crit sessions and artist-led collaborative events.

Mimesis; Narrative; Against hegemony! (OPEN 12-5pm Thurs-Sun 26 Jan - 16 Feb 2019) showcases works from the Peer Sessions archive, independently selected by Ian Gonczarow, director Painting at The End of The World, and co-curated by Peer Sessions. Artists:

Dave Charlesworth | Ben Cove | Merike Estna | Justin Gainan | Katie Goodwin | Catherine Hughes | Trevor Kiernander | Alia Pathan | Emily Rosamond | Lisa Selby/bluebaglife | Systems House | Ross Taylor | Annabel Tilley | Monica Ursina Jäger | Will Webster | Poppy Whatmore | Madalina Zaharia

Phil Ewe-1Kate Pickering: Dry Pond Dance Still-1
FROM TOP: Philip Ewe, performance (2018), London UK (photo credit: Nick Paton); Kate Pickering, Empathy Structure (2017) Performative reading with props (photo credit: Original&TheCopy); Emily Rosamond, Dry Pond Dance (video still), 2010