As we speak, ROSL's latest exhibition is being installed at Over-Seas House. The work of artist Rosemary Clunie and writer Ben Okri, the exhibition wraps the Central Lounge in a story and the viewer is transported through the text and images that flow within the space.
The exhibition looks at the link between literature and art by focusing on how Okri's book The Magic Lamp: Dreams of our Age, from which the exhibition takes it name.
As well as paintings, words from the book can be found on the walls and the floor around each piece, giving them context. If you would like to see the exhibition in full, visit the private view on Wednesday 6 February, from 6-8pm. You can RSVP here.
The work will remain in situ until 14 April if you are not able to make it to the club next week. Rosemary and Ben will also be at Over-Seas house on the evening of 27 March to discuss the exhibition and its inspiration. You can book to hear them speak here.