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Wood Wide Web to Open at Great Western Studios

Vittoria Beltrame, art curator and dealer, announced her latest exhibition, Wood Wide Web, which will open on April 25th at Great Western Studios in London. The exhibition, named after Dr. Suzanne Simard’s concept of interconnected trees and plants, will showcase works by artists Isabella Amram, Keisuke Azuma, Ben Große-Johannböcke, and Natalia Janula.

Talking about the exhibition Vittoria Beltrame said: “The exhibition brings together these four young talented creatives in a rather conceptual manner, dealing with energy and communication through unperceivable means. We have included two events throughout the duration of the show that highlight this, with a tarot card reading performance leading into an intuitive mark-making session by Isabella Amram, and a voice activation and sound-bath event hosted by voice practitioner Darius Hulme. With this show we are leaning into the evoking and provoking side of an exhibition that wants to push the visitor to experience the concept at its fullest.”

The exhibition will run from April 25th until May 2nd at Great Western Studios, 65 Alfred Road, W2 5EU.

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