Until 8 April, Innovation Centre features work from projects in areas such as: smart textiles, design against crime, cities for people; and conceptual developments in new areas that include: visualising data, the living house and sensory design.

Venue: Central St Martins College of Art and Design, 107-109 Charing Cross Road, London WC2.

Inspired by graphic signage on motorways in Spain and France, Lara Harwood’s prints are on display in her fourth London solo showing Graphic Journeys, from 22 March until 16 April.

Venue: The Gallery at Pentagram, 11 Needham Road, London W11.

British metalsmith Robert Marsden is showing a series of minimal objects, exploring the implications of different kinds of forms and what can be realised through the use of different techniques, materials and scale, until 24 April.

Venue: Barrett Marsden Gallery, 17-18 Great Sutton Street, London EC1.

This Much Is Certain, until 4 April, is an exhibition exploring artists’ use of documents and documentaries in space, time and text.

Venue: Royal College of Art Galleries, Kensington Gore, London SW7.

Curator Harry Pye chose 50 male and 50 female artists, gave them each a canvas and asked them to paint their mother. The result, Mothers, will be on show from 29 March until 30 April. A contribution by artist Billy Childish is pictured left.

Venue: Oh! Art at Oxford House, Derbyshire Street, London E2.

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