After a four-year hiatus, and in its 11th year running, 4482 (sasapari) proposes a return of its annual exhibition in May 2018, at OXO Barge house in London once again. By recalibrating its exhibition space into a conversational environment, the exhibition aspires to extend beyond the confined, physical gallery into a simulated space to reflect the world around us.
Environment, a term that describes the surroundings and conditions of our living, is the initiative for the 4482-2018 exhibition. The environment, that we are all part of, shapes us, impacts us, and changes us. Yet, it is often entangled with conflicts and consequences. It is hoped that the 4482 would provide a platform for artists to create their own ‘Butterfly Effect’ on the issues of our common environment by presenting their voices through their works. Their voices will be shared and expanded to a network of diverse conversations that invites everyone to participate; subsequently echoing beyond the gallery space to our everyday lives. This open invitation to incur a collaborative ‘Butterfly Effect’ will bring Art and public together.