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SHERELLE and fynn studio launch exhibition championing Black and LGBTQ+ voices in dance music

move/003 will launch in London next month.

By Will Richards

SHERELLE (Picture: Lawrence Abbot)

SHERELLE and fynn studio have announced details of a new exhibition aiming to champion Black and LGBTQ+ voices in the dance music scene.

move/003 will launch at 180 The Strand in London on Friday, March 1 until March 9, and feature contributions from photographers, visual artists and recorded conversations from the likes of Nia Archives and Loraine James.

Kobi Prempeh, founder of fynn studio, said: “fynn studio celebrates community through contemporary art, and with move/003 we’ve taken the chance to flip our ethos with a very focused take on the individuals of a community of artists that have been a part of the BEAUTIFUL music initiative that SHERELLE has been running since 2021.

“Through the conversations we’ve had with these incredible artists, that we’ll share in the show, and with a global audience on Spotify, it has served as such an important opportunity to celebrate these individuals as both artists and more importantly, as people. move/003 is speaking to and representing audiences that are not heard or seen enough within major art venues, and it’s been an honour to work on creating something different.”

move/003 is themed around the journey of a night out, with nine different zones described as “an artistic reinterpretation of ‘moments’ at a rave”.

On Monday, March 4, DJ and producer HAAi will lead a music production workshop, which you can sign up for here.

Buy tickets for move/003 here.