We’ve teamed up with the lovely people at Love Art London to offer Blog readers the chance to join them on a jaunt to the intriguing Block 336 art gallery, Brixton.
This Thursday (July 10) sees a very special artist-led tour of the current exhibition, Heavy Sentience, in the depths of a brutalist concrete office block in Brixton Road.
The 500 sq m space used to house the cooling equipment for Coutts Bank’s first computers, and it’s now home to five resident artists who run the space as a charity. This summer, for the group show Heavy Sentience, they have set five established artists the challenge to create work as a reaction to each other and the unique space.
Three pairs of lucky Blog winners will join Love Art London members as they bust in after hours to meet the artists Murray Anderson, Rosanna Greaves, CJ Mahony, Frances Scot and Lisa Wilkens to chat about their exhibition and to hear more about the intriguing Block 336 basement.
To win one of three pairs of tickets, just answer the following question: What royal bank once housed its early computers at 336 Brixton Road?
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org before midday on Wednesday July 9.