Current & Forthcoming Exhibitions at The Crypt Gallery

  entrance from Dukes Road  
  opening times specific to each exhibition  


Free admission to all exhibitions unless otherwise stated

13-26 August 2014


Open Tuesday - Sunday 12-6pm

Private View: Thursday 14 August 6-8.30pm

Cryptopology is Liana Psarologakiís first London based solo show. The Crypt of St. Pancras Parish Church is transformed into an omni-sensorial immersive experience. The artwork invites the visitors into a maze of sensory engagement with an intention to evoke un-patterned feelings and create intimate experiences. Light, sound, scent, temperature and airflow create different thresholds and enclosures in space inviting the visitor to explore, engage and respond. CRYPTOPOLOGY is a project supported by UCA, INTERREG IVA (as part of the Recreate project) Research & Enterprise Program and The University of Northampton.

About Interreg and Recreate Initiated in 2011, Recreate is a network of organisations in France and England that share a common maritime border: the Channel. Selected under the European Cross-border Cooperation Programme INTERREG IVA France (Channel) ≠ England, co-funded by the ERDF, Recreate aims to encourage common citizenship and identity, and increase a sense of belonging to the cross-border area. University for the Creative Arts is a partner organisation of the Recreate project. Recreate concentrates on economic development and regeneration of urban town centres by transforming disused building into workspaces for the creative and cultural industries. Through a range of initiatives such as mentoring and networking, it aims establish and support individuals and small businesses from the creative industries.

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Liana Psarologaki is an architect, installation artist and PhD Scholar at the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) Canterbury. Her doctoral project is entitled Beyond the Physical Threshold: Enfolding the Ontology of Immersive Experience and investigates the poetics of site-reliant immersion as an intense lived event that transcends the phenomenal. Her broader research interests include aesthetics of contemporary installation art, empiricism, post-structuralism theories on space and site-specificity. She has recently published a chapter in New Spatial Approaches: New Techniques and Theory in Contemporary Arts (DAKAM, 2014). Liana Psarologaki is currently a Lecturer in Interior Design at the Architecture and 3D Design Division School of the Arts University of Northampton UK.

1-14 September 2014


Opening times: 11-7pm daily

Private View: Tuesday 9 September 2014 6-8.30

Yves Berger Michael Broughton Martin Chitty Jeremy Clarke Paola Volpato

To include the book launch of 'Spatiamentum' by Jeremy Clarke



Open 23-30 September

Private View: Tuesday 23 September 6-8.30pm

List of artists Morfydd Ransom-Hall Lara Bartosz Crow Dillon-Parkin Alessandra Dini Virginie Gilardin Sezan Mourat-Sansom Karen Piddington Morfydd Ransom-Hall Inga Street Jean Stockwell Louise Sunnucks Jana Valencic