SEAGER SEAGER focus is on art that uses digital technology in its process, as its product, or as its subject
SEAGER is a newly established commercial art gallery located in Deptford, South East London. The programme is focused on art that uses digital technology in its process, as its product, or as its subject. By bringing digital methods into the physical gallery space, SEAGER endeavours to reflect on the implementations of digitization for society and provide a context for new positions around art and life to emerge.
2 Mill Lane
Sofia Albina Novikoff Unger: Faith Is a Cascade22 April - 06 June 2021In Faith is a Cascade, Sofia Albina Novikoff Unger considers the interplay between the speculative, mythology and culture to imagine a queering of urban subjectivities and their lived environments through digitally printed textile, video, 3-D prints, pocket-sized tech and a wearable. The starting point for this exhibition is situated in local history to Deptford: in 1698, Tsar Peter the Great stayed at Sayes Court in Deptford, a now buried manor house and once-celebrated garden that was owned by 17th century diarist and gardener John Evelyn. However, the Tsar and his men caused complete chaos, trashing both house and garden. Through a symbolic and mythic treatment of this raucous historical meeting of eastern and western European cultures and through revisiting John Evelyn’s prominent ideas on green cities now emerging as smart cities, Novikoff Unger is drawing upon her cultural identity as a Danish Russian artist and re-visiting the event through a...