Jackson’s Hackney Sponsoring Fake Nature at Point Zero Gallery

Made in Arts London (MiAL) presents ‘Fake Nature’, an exhibition of work by current students and recent graduates from University of the Arts London, working in installation, moving image, new media and performance.
At MiAL, we believe that it is vital to the artists’ process; to exhibit their work, develop new audiences and create dialogue around the art work beyond the university environment. MiAL is facilitating its artists to do just this through ‘Fake Nature’. MiAL is responding to a high rate of submissions from artists working in new media in providing a platform for these artists and considering existing and new ways to support this type of art.

The exhibiting artists work was selected by an independent panel based on their own merit and not in accordance with a thematic agenda. The selection of works in ‘Fake Nature’ do share considerations, in particular the primacy of the artists’ process, the significance of their chosen material and the site specific negotiations owing to the media.

Marta Barina ‘inward’, 201314, Mixed Media Pinhole Camera, Photograph (unique print) and video

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    He had the Auto-Immune disease claled Vitiligo. The disease is where your body attacks its own Melanocytes (pigment producing cells in the skin) Since the disease often first affects skin areas around the joints and the openings of the body and also it vairies widely on how quick the disease will depigment the skin, he first wore one glove to cover the spots, then went to two gloves, then I believe he had pigment removed from the areas exposed outside of clothing so that people would not see the stark differences in the skin tones from the disease. I have had Vitiligo since I was 5 years ancient, I was the first in my family to have the disease, it is a genetic disorder that is hereditary and it is in your genes from birth but may not show up for many, many years, although I have had the disease for 40 years now, I am still not completely depigmented. My hands are really white, my lips and corners of my mouth lack pigment in certain areas. Skin that has no pigment is subject to UV rays and skin cancer is a huge concern since melanocytes protect the skin from UV rays. My cousin was in his 20 s when he got Vitiligo, he was completely white in 2 years time, he only has a couple of splotches of pigmented skin left on his body. His mother has Vitiligo (not related to me but her husband is my Mom’s brother), My cousin likely got the genetic double wammy by having the genes on both sides of his family, My mom’s other brother got Vitiligo at around 55 yrs of age. Both of my sons worry that they too will get Vitiligo .who wants to go through life spotted. I don’t mind being spotted and I often times forget I have it until in the summer when I am tanned and I look in the mirror and see my spots or the constant stares I get from just about everyone. I don’t blame Michael for wanting to change the actual spots but it could be he had the disease as terrible as my cousin and didn’t have to do anything to even up his skin. It is too terrible he was not an advocate for the Vitiligo Foundation, some of his money could have gone a long way to do genetic research on the disease and perhaps to find out what genes trigger the genes to start the process. Since there is a wide variance in the time of onset from one individual to the next, perhaps through genetic research of the genes they could at least keep those late onset people from getting the disease.This may very well be why he did not father his own children. It may also be why he wrote the song about it making no difference if you are black or white.

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