New exhibition explores the use of grids

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New exhibition explores the use of grids

One of the most common rules of creating art is being explored in a new exhibition at Imperial College.

The grid has long been the starting point for many masterpieces - the foundation of order, from which paintings are developed.

In this new showcase, the tool used for scaling and organisation takes centre stage.

London Live spoke to the curator, Mindy Lee, and one of the artists involved, Adia Wahid. 

Other artists work featured include Cecilia Charlton and Russell Terry. 

Grid :: Preset is on at Imperial College's Blyth Gallery until 4th Feb.

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