Charlotte Colbert’s Ordinary Madness readily confronts our relationship with instant communication through a series of stripped, digital images. Twenty-two abstract photographs are exhibited across two floors at Gazelli Art House offering the viewer a glimpse into the conflicting online worlds of freedom, privacy and emotion. Can an emoji accurately define a feeling? Or does it […]
The ‘A Chunk of Punk’ exhibition at the Barbican Music Library has hit a high note and been extended until May due to popular demand.
In a new series entitled Photography and Sensation we investigate photography’s versatile narrative and how it continues to shape our culture.
We’re almost there! The Mango Lab has been invited by The London Transport Museum to provide events and workshops as part of their Tube150 celebrations. This is really exciting for us and we are so pleased to be a part of this historic anniversary. Next Monday The Mango Lab team will be offering family events […]
If you remember in summer 2011 we put on a series of workshops for the Roehampton Older People’s Network. There were guided photo walkabouts that took place once a month led by a retired professor of city planning and us folks at The Mango Lab. The work was to be a calendar but they changed […]
AUGUST 25th UPDATE: The deadline has passed and we did not receive the numbers needed to qualify for a private tour. A few of us are attending anyways so if you plan to go and wish to meet up then give us a shout at info(at)themangolab.co.uk. The Mango Lab is organising a 60-90 minute […]