Variant Space: ‘Invisible Lines’ Exhibition


In November 2015 IHRC will be launching its new exhibition featuring the work of a number of artists from the collective Variant Space – ever growing in popularity. Fresh from their appearance at the Shubbak Festival, this is a chance to see the artists’ work in an unusual and intimate space. Comprising of Muslim female artists from an array of backgrounds, Variant Space is an art collective that aims to create and display “authentic art which narrates the experiences women face as well as their background.”

Featuring a multitude of mixed media including 3D-works, illustrations, photography and video – the exhibition will also display art ‘in-progress’. The idea is that the artist and the artist’s work is never in stasis as both are constantly developing and changing.

WHEN: Thursday, 12 November at 6.45pm

WHERE: IHRC Bookshop & Gallery, 202 Preston Road, Wembley, HA9 8PA (Nearest tube: Preston Road / Metropolitan Line)

Entry is FREE. Refreshments will be served

About Variant Space:

Variant Space acts as a platform for Muslim female artists who are passionate about developing discourses through their works of art. Communication with other artists despite ethnicity or race, is at the forefront of our principles. In essence, our sole objective is to display variations in talent within the Muslim female community and conquer the stereotypes.