Free exhibitions at FUSEBOX

9 February - 30 March 2023

Exhibitions & Events

9 February - 30 March 2023

2 Bucklands Wharf
Kingston upon Thames
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There are two free exhibitions by past and current Creative Talent Programme artists, Chiyana Ankhrah and Tanvi Ranjan at FUSEBOX between February – April 2023.

The exhibitions can be seen during our Open House events on the following dates, or during any of our Creative Sparks nights on Friday nights in February:

February 2023
Thursday 9 February, 5–7pm
Saturday 11 February, 11am–1pm
Thursday 16 February, 5–7pm
Saturday 18 February, 11am–1pm
Thursday 23 February, 5–7pm
Saturday 25 February, 11am–1pm

March 2023
Thursday 2 March, 5–7pm
Saturday 4 March, 11am–1pm
Thursday 9 March, 5–7pm
Saturday 11 March, 11am–1pm
Thursday 16 March, 5–7pm
Saturday 18 March, 11am–1pm
Thursday 23 March, 5–7pm
Saturday 25 March, 11am–1pm
Thursday 30 March, 5–7pm

Tanvi Ranjan

Current Creative Talent Programme artist, Tanvi Ranjan, exhibits four pieces from her studio. Ranjan’s work explores subjects of the human-machine relationship while elaborating on the techniques of textile making and the role of women in sculpting the future of digital and information age. By highlighting the intersections between textile and digital information, the artist makes visible the complexity of modern technology and internet that is often obscured by the high-speed electronic transmission of data in the form of bits. 

Chiyana Ankhrah

Former Creative Talent Programme artist Chiyana Ankhrah’s thought-provoking exhibition returns to Creative Youth following its debut at FUSE International 2023. LABELS: Black Mental Health and Me is a photographic documentary that focuses on anecdotal experiences of 4 Black British men and women who are currently dealing with or have dealt with mental illness. This project uses their stories to explore the impact of situational and intergenerational trauma as well as racial bias within mental health services and how these elements can negatively impact Black people’s mental health.