21st Faith


We are a collaborative research project, investigating and questioning faith as a human feeling. 

This publication presents 32 creative projects created for an exhibition in October 2017 at The Workshop, Lambeth. 

[laughs, claps]

[Kevin Uchiha is selected to be the next one to speak]







To go back on this piece in particular, I think what I enjoyed

was the documentation of evolution, it is the evolved process

of the shards of metal I am looking more at the correlation

of the shape with regards to certain things that I can pick out

from, but I do not know to what extent it was intentional

and to what extent the shape would effect the final outcome

at the very end.

Thank you.

With Faith to my take, as a concept, it is important. I think

it comes in very different shapes and sizes, the most typical

form of Faith amongst humanity is actually only found

amongst the very precipice of defeat, so I think we only refer

to faith as a tool when you have nowhere else to go.

[Do] you think faith is a tool that should be used when

people are very low and seeking it Or used when you are

happy as well? As in it should not be used as like a panic

button like ‘oh I’m going to find something to believe in

because I am in a bad place?’ People should use faith a…

Yes, with the best methodology to it. Especially with regards,

let’s say technology being a huge variable today I think the

inherit faith, the trust that is expected amongst corporate

companies that we put into, let’s say Apple for example, you

are trusting your bank account that tells you stuff, in a way

it is evolving that we like it or not.

I think this exhibition shows how varied the opinions

and ideas surround one word. Grace you want to talk about

your work? It would be interesting to hear as yours has

something quite different to what we’ve talked about

in terms of nature.

[Ella introduces artist Grace McLoughlin]