UB4ArtSpace

UB4ArtSpace Project with the aim to promote emergent Art, everywhere. UB4ArtSpace is a curatorial project focused on the dialogue of Contemporary Art.

Without a physical location, UB4AS is a nomadic gallery that wants to give voice to local artists through exhibitions and continuous connections between people and Art. UB4 Art Space is an idea of Gloria Sfoggia, artist and independent curator, with the collaboration of Giorgia Frare, photographer.

🎨  ‘ I’m a performance artist that explores the transness and gender through poetry, dance and painting within performan...
29/09/2022

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‘ I’m a performance artist that explores the transness and gender through poetry, dance and painting within performance. Within my practice I often start with a blank canvas and the journey of getting to the final peice with performance and poetry then leads to how the final piece is created on the canvas. I aim to educate as well as learn about myself and give people an insight that might help them. I primarily work with Blue , Red and White as a symbolism to the black and white way we view the world whether it be emotions, gender, politics and how two composing elements can often be combined together without even realising it.’

🎨 🎭 Maria Kontouli |  Interdisciplinary artist, painter and performance maker based in London. Incorporating aspects of ...
21/09/2022

🎨 🎭 Maria Kontouli |

Interdisciplinary artist, painter and performance maker based in London.

Incorporating aspects of gestural trace, movement analysis, text and experimental sound manipulation, her practice embodies opposing biases within the tragedy of human existence and views process as the outcome. This fused visual imagery which interludes between memory and ritual, awake and dream states, sees art making as the traces of our eternal journey to Ithaca that shapes us in every current moment.

Maria is a graduate from Central Saint Martins MA programme, where she directed durational performances of ‘Αντιθέσεις’ (2020) and ‘This is Part of my Design’ (2021). She is part of a performance-based Collective, with the temporary name Chosen Family Business, and a member of Rat Salad and the Dusty Cues, a q***r experimental concert experience featuring original music by Ratsalad.

🎨  Laura González is a tattoo artist, painter, illustrator and sculptor from Spain.She start doing her first steps drawi...
02/08/2022

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Laura González is a tattoo artist, painter, illustrator and sculptor from Spain.

She start doing her first steps drawings when she was only 3 years old.
In school always got the best califications in Arts.
She learned in a autodidactic way, and she remember she was always distractic at school always drawing on the books and her table.

She has participated in many exibitions in Spain , Portugal and UK.
In 2017 she started work as a tattoo artist, working in differents countries such a Spain, Denmark, Germany and UK.
Actually living and working in London.
In 2022 she started making creepy clay creatures also in autodidactic way, and she create and Clay account istagram getting some sales.
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📸  Matt is a photographer and aerial videographer based in London. He has experience in many different facets of photogr...
26/07/2022

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Matt is a photographer and aerial videographer based in London.
He has experience in many different facets of photographic imagery, including portraiture, documentary, event, editorial, fashion, product and aerial as well as video creation.

Matt is engaged primarily with 'capturing the moments between', those moments that naturally reflect people in their environments, their relationships with each other and their wider roles and functions in a community and society. He is also intrigued by perception; how every depiction of an object or space can be altered radically and portrayed so differently after a slight change of angle or point-of-view, particularly from an aerial perspective. Alongside that, using mostly aerial footage, Matt endeavours to elicit emotion through moving-image, with each short focusing on a specific location or a collection of moments accompanying music or sound with the aim to evoke emotion.

Get a look at his page!
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https://www.imagesbymattpayne.com/

WOMEN ALLIANCE 1st Edition  Great people. Great artists.Great night. Great women!      sfo laura Can’t wait for the next...
25/07/2022

WOMEN ALLIANCE
1st Edition

Great people.
Great artists.
Great night.
Great women!






sfo laura

Can’t wait for the next one!

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24/06/2022
13/05/2022

Hello, Hackney Wick community! 🌞

It takes back great! 🔥
Today I would love to present to you a London based experimental music and dance group:

'My name is Rat Salad! I make movements and produce sound. The feeling comes first, and the sound comes second.'

'My name is Gabriel Bonet. I’m a 24yo q***r dancer, model, and poet from Venezuela, based in north London.'

'My name is Maria Kontouli. I am a performance artist and painter based in London. I work with movement, reciting text, and the subconscious.'

Together, they combine electronic music with improvised sound and movement.

IN THE END
They use electronic beats, looped violin sounds, poetry, and movement to channel desperation, hope, desire, tiredness, and transfers of energy.

To learn more about their artistic process
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https://www.instagram.com/ratsaladratsalad/

Also, take this Saturday night off to see them at St. Margaret's House 👉 https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/be-here-tomorrow-tickets-323227792027

❕❕❕~OPEN CALL FOR LOCAL ARTISTS~ Hello Creative people! ✨ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SPACE TO EXHIBIT YOUR ARTWOKS? I’m an art...
26/11/2021

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~OPEN CALL FOR LOCAL ARTISTS~

Hello Creative people! ✨
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SPACE TO EXHIBIT YOUR ARTWOKS?

I’m an artist and contemporary-art lover who decided to start the UB4 project, a non-profit space with the aim of giving voice to local artists in order to exhibit their artworks and to share creativity, points of views, sources of inspiration and to create a sort of archive of this creative community.

Please contact [email protected] for more details about UB4 Art Space & exhibit with us!

Lots of Love ❤️
Glo

Hello Hackney Wick Community! ✨Today I’m glad to introduce Reuben Jacob, an Architectural & Spatial Designer who creates...
04/11/2021

Hello Hackney Wick Community! ✨

Today I’m glad to introduce Reuben Jacob, an Architectural & Spatial Designer who creates Interactive & Experiential Projects.

Formally trained as an architect and a postgraduate from the Interactive Architecture Lab at The Bartlett, London. He collaborates with designers, craftsmen, artists and collectives as a spatial and experience designer. Merging tangible reality with interactive technologies, He enjoys the process as much as the final outcome.
‘I love to engage with creative work that moves fluidly between mediums, ranging from live Installations with lighting technologies and thoughtful urban interventions. I enjoy working with my hands using tools and fabricating as much as working on 3D virtual environments. Currently based in London but look to collaborate globally.’

Elan Vital is a performative and scenographic spatial intervention that reveals the often-invisible relationship we share with our environment.

Get a look here to discover more about his practice!
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https://reubenjacob.com/
https://www.instagram.com/reubenjac0b/

http://www.interactivearchitecture.org/lab-projects/elan-vital A project exploring the notions of the invisible ‘Life Force’ that may occupy our physical…

Hello Hackney Wick community! ✨After a while, I’m back with a great Italian artist! Born in Valdobbiadene (Italy) Carmen...
27/10/2021

Hello Hackney Wick community! ✨
After a while, I’m back with a great Italian artist!

Born in Valdobbiadene (Italy) Carmen – known as Acquaragia - moved to London in 2012 for a gap year but she then unsurprisingly got stuck in East London.
Former forensic psychology graduate, she developed her career in the criminal field and always kept an eye open to details of the mind.
She is not a professional artist but uses art as a healing process, experimenting with new techniques while having fun.
Carmen believes that recovery and emotional well-being could improve by practicing art, not necessarily by only talking to a specialist.
She started painting more during the Covid-19 pandemic, while being stuck in the house and working full time. This had a positive impact on how she experienced the past lockdowns and helped her find a way to move on with what was happening.
The idea is to perceive this as ‘acid art’, using strong colors to catch the eye of who is looking at the artwork. She is planning to pair her artworks with strong acid music, to have a full-on experience at one single time.

Check out Acquaragia on 👇🔥
https://www.instagram.com/aquaregiapunto

Hello beautiful people! ☀️Today I'm happy to introduce Abigail Olivia Yentis, an amazing painter based in our Fish Islan...
03/06/2021

Hello beautiful people! ☀️
Today I'm happy to introduce Abigail Olivia Yentis, an amazing painter based in our Fish Island community!

Born in London on the 31st May 1994, Yentis started drawing and making art as soon as she could hold a pencil. She continued to expand her use of material every day, winning many art competitions and receiving several gold awards throughout the school for her outstanding art practice. During high school, Yentis took part in numerous out-of-school art classes, gaining as much experience as possible. Painting and drawing the human body from life was her way of calming the mind, expressing herself and disappearing into a beautiful world of distinct color, and imagination. It became apparent around her early teens that this is what she wanted to spend her life doing. Having completed an art foundation at Hampstead School of Art and graduating from a 3-year advanced art course, Yentis has made a bold transition from studentship to professional practice through exhibitions and obtaining art commissions, as well as taking part in many art and music performances and live painting demos at events. She has also shared her joy of art through the teaching of art to all ages.

“I am passionate about painting the human form and am truly engrossed in documenting personalities within spaces and places. Bringing personal environments to life and capturing the unique character during the painting process is a remarkable and special journey I feel so lucky to experience. Moreover, when focusing on bringing a landscape to life, I enjoy conveying the beauty of nature, the tree, skies and details within the scene by enhancing colors, be that of a “dancing sky” or a “whirling river”. I am fascinated by the imperfections of a live organ constantly growing and ever-changing. I enjoy letting the paint create its own layers and skins, mimicking the process of our bodies. The idea of the artwork taking a life of its own captivates me. Furthermore, I am infatuated by the unknown world that exists outside the comfort of everyday life and spend a lot of my time using my fascination with space, in my abstract work. The cosmic theme subsists in circular orbs and cell-like natures, which permeate the question of “where does the body end and the soul endure?”

Curious?
Discover more at 👉 www.abigailyentis.com

Creative people!Today I'm glad to introduce Alexander Robertson, a British documentary photographer who is presently bas...
12/05/2021

Creative people!
Today I'm glad to introduce Alexander Robertson, a British documentary photographer who is presently based in London.
He has spent the last few years living in East London but previously gained worldwide experience having spent several years working and travelling the world in places such as India, Hong Kong and New Zealand.

His introduction to photography originated from a filmmaking background and education. He first made the transition from moving to still imagery during his time abroad. Early influences had stemmed from images in books, newspapers and magazines such as National Geographic. Their work helping others to discover different cultures and landscapes fuelled a similar desire to explore the world and its people in a similar fashion.
Whilst his early days of photography were influenced by more a fly on the wall approach capturing fleeting moments that could be closely linked to street photography and photojournalism, his work has since evolved. His practice would be located within the structures of documentary photography that has helped him make the intent of his work more specific.

Alexander’s latest work, The Peanut Project is an ongoing series that explores a community of warehouse dwellers in East London. These people could be the last ones to occupy the spaces that they are boldly fighting to protect from the threat posed by the rapid gentrification to the area.

The project uses portraits as a way to highlight and preserve the existence of these individuals. Capturing the residents within their homes and bedrooms grants access into their most personal and vulnerable spaces in their daily lives.
The work offers outsiders the chance to venture within the community’s walls and into spaces they normally would never have access to. They can come face to face with those whose livelihoods are threatened and witness what they have built for themselves.

Take a look at 👉www.alexmrobertson.com

✨Hello Hackney Wick community!Today It’s time to introduce Alberto Baos Fossati, an Italian illustrator based in Fish Is...
28/04/2021


Hello Hackney Wick community!
Today It’s time to introduce Alberto Baos Fossati, an Italian illustrator based in Fish Island.

Born in Varese, 1994, Baos grew up with an interest in visual art that was influenced by the local street art scene. His passion led him to university in Milan, where he formalized techniques that allowed him to bring his imagination to life and develop his own style. Having harnessed the link between reality and imagination, Baos realized he must cultivate his imagination to make his style unique. Believing that style is the tool to be mastered in order to be able to convert in visual reality his imaginary. He is currently living in London embracing this challenge working as a freelancer for different industries. In particular, he has been focusing his interest on fashion and the music industry.

‘My research has always been based on the juxtaposition of ideas that are enriched when put into relation. Finding a way to create harmony in opposites is something that intrigues me. In my journey so far, I have identified this harmony with certain shapes that I find particularly comfortable and reassuring. After graduating in Illustration in Milan, I felt the desire to explore these shapes in a more abstract way, focusing strictly on composition and balance, eliminating all figurative imagery, allowed me to understand the connection I found with these shapes. After understanding this, I felt the desire to bring these forms back to a more figurative reality. I started adding small faces to them until this female figure (Long Woman) materialized on paper. This figure is for me an intimate guide through life, in some illustrations she appears relaxed and reassuring while in others more aggressive and disfigured. However, it seems to me that the figure is always the owner of the space I give it as if harmony were its natural element inherited from the forms that compose it.’

👉Alberto Baos Fossati
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https://www.instagram.com/baos.graph/
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Hello Hackney Wick community!Today, with the energy of the Full Moon, I’d like to announce you and show LAURA OLOHAN’s a...
29/03/2021

Hello Hackney Wick community!
Today, with the energy of the Full Moon, I’d like to announce you and show LAURA OLOHAN’s artworks.
Laura Olohan is a Welsh artist living and working in her studio in Hackney Wick.
Her paintings and drawings may be seen to take their conceptual starting point by attempting to show what is not present. There is always something depicted in the work, yet this something – an abandoned object, a lost or discarded item of clothing, or some other human intervention of sorts – highlights and focuses the mind on what is missing from the scene. In this respect the paintings show what remains.
There often lingers a sense of a personal presence that once was, and this by extension can not help but reveal the passing of time – Shoes thrown over a wire hang without obvious purpose, a – one presumes – lost child’s glove placed on a post, shopping trolleys abandoned or vandalised. All these intricately painted objects speak of a potential greater narrative.
Loss, abandonment and a sense of melancholy embody the work, yet these paintings also speak of everyday, urban landscape, full of its movement and detritus, touching on a much wider psychological charge – one of time and our existence within an environment.
By observing and choosing to paint such things – seeing what is ignored or goes unnoticed, Olohan finds presences in the absence, stillness in the bustle and beauty in the loss.

To find more out, get a look at her website 👉 lauraolohan.com
& follow her
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https://www.facebook.com/laura.olohan
https://www.instagram.com/laura.olohan/

Laura Rose Olohan

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Venice

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