Whispers of the Imagination

Venue, Timing, Cost

BEIU, Vinson Building, Hunter Street, Buckingham, MK18 1EG
Wednesday, 29 November 2023 to Thursday, 30 November 2023
Free Entry
An immersive and thought-provoking contemporary art exhibition that transports visitors to a world of architectural dreams and surreal visions. Hosted in Buckingham University’s Vinson Building, the exhibition features the distinctive art of Cathy Read who reinterprects architecture into dreamlike Cityscapes. Curated to evoke a sense of wonder and intrigue, visitors are immediately enveloped in an atmosphere that blurs the lines between reality and imagination. The softly lit space creates a dreamy ambiance, with carefully designed displays to enhance the immersive experience. Each piece offers a unique perspective on the theme of dreamlike architecture. The title, Whispers of the Imagination, reflects the subtlety and delicacy of the artworks’ portrayal of everyday architecture in a dreamlike state. These creations evoke a sense of curiosity and contemplation, inviting visitors to explore the realms of the mind and the infinite possibilities of design. Cathy encourages viewers to engage their own imaginations and interpret the works in their own unique ways. The accompanying wall texts and interactive elements provide insights into the artist’s inspirations, techniques, and the thought processes behind each piece, allowing visitors to delve deeper into the creative process and the concept of dreamlike architecture. Whispers of the Imagination: Dreamlike Buildings in Art is a captivating journey into a world where architecture is removed from the constraints of reality, inviting art enthusiasts, architecture aficionados, and dreamers alike to explore the boundary between what we see and what can only be imagined in the realms of the subconscious. Getting to the Venue The Vinson Centre is on Hunter Street in Buckingham. There is free parking in the university car park on Hunter Street. If the barrier is down, press the security button and tell them you’re heading to the art exhibition at the Vinson building.

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Cathy Read