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Live Performance: Loreum – “Chime”

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Oct. 1, 2022
- 3 p.m.

Pavilion Gallery


Cromwell Place

A live performance accompanying the exhibition "MacArthur Park" by post-disciplinary queer artist of the Indigenous American and Irish diaspora, Loreum.

Working in performance, sculpture, film, writing, music, and film, Loreum weaves contemporary myth to confront the realities of inequality. They use identity itself as a medium and as a means of reclaiming their sovereignty.

Loreum graduated with a masters of fine arts with distinction from Goldsmiths, University of London (2019). They have exhibited in the US, UK, France, Germany, and Costa Rica, and have been collected in San Francisco, Las Vegas, London, and Paris. Loreum was born on Turtle Island (1988) and they live and work in London.

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Opened in 2020 and set within five Grade II listed Victorian townhouses in South Kensington, Cromwell Place is one of London’s most exciting arts destinations, offering a year-round programme of diverse exhibitions and events across 15 gallery spaces open to the public, alongside a restaurant and bar, The Hazel Bar & Kitchen.

As a membership organisation and innovative arts hub, it also provides an environment in which galleries, collectors, dealers, curators, and arts professionals can collaborate and flourish together. In addition to the gallery spaces members have access to art storage, viewing rooms, workspaces, meeting rooms.