After what feels like an epic few weeks of wrestling with video formats, Skype meetings, late-night carpentry, programming in Isodora, and experimenting with Oyster card tech, the gallery version of SLICE is now at Idea Store Whitechapel, before going to Rich Mix in Bethnal Green and the National College of Arts in Lahore. The online version can be seen at http://www.lahore-london.com/ - it's just a few days old though, so if you spot any mistakes or glitches give us a shout!

Here's a quick description, plus the gallery info:

SLICE is an international project that presents twenty new artworks created following a dialogue between UK and Pakistani artists.

SLICE maps an imaginary line that cuts through buildings and across streets from Lahore to London, establishing a new dialogue with the social and physical fabric of two iconic, complex and historically linked cities. Focusing on the first mile at each end of the line, which runs from Lahore Central Station to Liverpool Street Station in London, a group of Lahore and London based artists were invited to make a work each, inspired by a location on the slice.

The Gallery (4th floor)
Idea Store Whitechapel
321 Whitechapel Road
London E1 1BU
United Kingdom
28th July - 29th September, 2011
Mon-Thu, 9am-9pm
Fri 9am-6pm
Sat 9am-5pm
Sun 11am-5pm

Later in the year Slice will be displayed at:

RIch Mix, Bethnal Green, 1st September - 22nd September, 2011 (Private View: Thursday 1st September 2011 6pm - 8pm)

Zahoor ul Akhlaq Gallery, Lahore, 8th September - 22nd September (Private View: Monday 12th September 2011 5:30pm)