KELDER

Visual identity and website for an experimental arts space in Chapel Market, London.

KELDER Projects is a curatorial research space that aims to expand on traditional modes of display and in turn offer up alternative ways of disseminating contemporary art.

The purpose of the space is to test contemporary curatorial theories through experimental and discursive projects that seek to make sense of our contemporary position through research. By creating a place for discussion, Kelder acts as a collision point for interdisciplinary practice – a place for collaboration and exchange.

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