la·cu·na/ləˈk(y)o͞onə/ The lacuna, or lexical gap, represents a gap in translation, a place where multiple meanings are applied, where meanings shift and new interpretations can be made. ArtLacuna is an artist-led space established in May 2013, located in an old coroner's office near Clapham Junction. It accommodates artist studios, a residency and research program, as well as project and exhibition space.
 EVENTS/EXHIBITIONS
 Upcoming:
ArtLacuna in collaboration with Two Queens, Leicester, presents Palm Artists by Anoushka Goodwin
Private view: Thursday 11th January 2018, 6-9pm Open: 12th-27th January, Thurs-Sat, 11am-4pm







The concept of phone art or “palm art” can be traced back to Nam June Paik’s robots, and fluxus work of that nature - experimenting with commonplace new technology that was able to be embraced by humans relatively quickly.

Palm artists – by Anoushka Goodwin – is an experiment in attempting to categorise the use of smartphone technology and applications as an art movement in its own right.

Anoushka Goodwin
Andrea Mcginty
Sara Goodman
Liliana Farber
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