Woodcut Disco

At the Wild West Active Space
Tuesday, October 29th, 19.30 hrs.
Until December 7th. 2013

 

 


The event has been designed as part of the collaboration between Peter Fillingham and The Kent Cultural Baton and will include major contributions from the following artists: 

Judith Dean, Laura Emsley, Peter Fillingham, Kenneth Graham, Kate Janes, Peter Lewis and Makiko Nogayama, Rosemarie McGoldrick, Nicole Mollett, Charlotte Moth, Victor Mount, Sadie Murdoch, Francesco Pedraglio and Jamie Robinson.  



 CONCRETE MIRRORS


The Crypt Gallery
Euston Road London

15 AUGUST 2012 - 21 AUGUST 2012

Private View: Wednesday 15th August 2012, 6-9pm Open: 16h August - 21th August 2012 , Everyday, 11-6pm,

Concrete Mirrors

Concrete Mirrors is an exhibition about the ethereal, the intangible and all things invisible.
The 26 artists that are part of this show explore ideas of desire, expectation and faith, in different times, through the spectrum of their personal experience, observation and discourse. The exhibition title takes its cue from the Acoustic Mirrors that were built prior to the invention of radar. Early warning systems against the possibility of an airborne invasion, the Acoustic Mirrors pointed their faces to the sky collecting sound in giant concrete dishes.




 

 What is an Artbook is now available to buy at Tate Modern bookshop, just navigate to the Art Theory section. 


We are very pleased to invite you to the Launch of the publication What is an Artbook?

SATURDAY 14th JULY 2012 4pm - 7pm
The Mews Project Space
15c Osborne Street (alley behind the Whitechapel Gallery)
London, E1


An Art Book today can be seen to occupy various different positions including that of a piece of theory, a catalogue, a printed exhibition, a piece of art in itself, a supplement to a pre-existing piece. It can be a proposal for the future or an examination of the present or what has passed. “What is an Art Book?” will be an investigation of what an Art Book is in terms of material and conceptual concerns. This is an on going collaborative project that will be produced during the Artist Books Weekend held every year at The Mews Project Space. Artists, writers, curators, designers and other practitioners are invited to respond to the title of the project by contributing their interpretation of what an Art book means to them and their practice. Each contributor can propose text, drawings, photographs, sculpture, performance, audio recordings, video or any other concept/theory as long as it can ultimately be realised in A4 paper format and in black and white.

Adrianna Palazzolo / Alan Magee / Alice Bain / Aukje Dekker / Begona Morea Roy / Briony Anderson / Carlos Noronha Feio / Craig Cooper / D J Roberts / Dominic Paterson & Neil Celements / Gary Colclough / Gayle Meike / Hanane Ech-Charif / Imogen O'Rorke / James Brooks / Jeremy Akerman / Jo Ying Ping / Joanna Greenhill / kate Janes / Kate Terry / Keh Ng / Kirsty Buchanan / Kristian De La Riva / Lecasdarte / Lewis Biggs / Lee Maelzer / Liane Lang / Lizzy Whirrity / Maria Fusco / Mark Jackson / Martha Sophie / Mary Yacoob / Mashu Ru / Matthew Stock / Mikael Larsson / Neil Coombs / Nicole Wassall / Olga Raciborska / Paul O'Kane / Pure Evil / Sarah Ludemann / Satu Jokinen / Shane T Hall / Thibaut DeWolf / Tina Hage / Vera Tollmann / Waldemer Pranckiwicz / Warren Garland / Wassink Lundgren 






 Modern Language Experiment at Angus Hughes Gallery / 26 Lower Clapton Road (at the junction of Urswick Rd) / London / E5 0PD

 
ILLUSION OF THE SPECTATOR
8.06.12 to 18.05.12
 
Private view 8th June 2012 6 - 9.30pm
with a performance by Patrick Coyle starting at 9pm
“The contemporary art space is a space in which multitudes can view themselves and celebrate themselves… in a way that assists them in reflecting upon their own condition, offering them an opportunity to exhibit themselves to themselves.” Groys, B, Going Public 2010 p.63 
Are we as readers and visitors to contemporary arts spaces aware of ourselves?

The spectator’s experience of a work of art is, in the most part, dependent on what they bring with them and what they understand about the work but the spectator is much more then a member of a momentary group that go to see this thing, then move over there and observe that thing; they are a community. The position and power of the spectator as implied by the work of art has been a central question from the time of Denis Diderot, and has been regularly contested from Roland Barthes essay The Death of the Author to Michael Fried’s call for the passivity of the audience.

As the art world moves in to a new stage of social and political change this exhibition will once again pull focus on the spectator that Boris Groys describes as a self-aware community that has already been conditioned by the art world’s numerous emancipatory and participatory projects. This community has already accepted its participatory role, actively welcomed its new authorities, and is ready to reject or accept any denigration offered. This exhibition then will re-examine the position and power of the spectator by looking at what has caused this preoccupation with the spectator, the work of art and the artist; and ask whether these new forms of encounter empower or denigrates the audience.

The artists selected for this exhibition create artworks, interventions and projects that use, as a fundamental part, the spectator in three distinct categories, the spectator as a participant, the spectator as a community, and the spectator as subject matter. These will serve as active interlocutors to continue this discussion through the duration of the exhibition.

Beth Fox
Craig Cooper
Charlotte Norwood
Kate Janes
Maite Zabala
Matthew Stock
Patrick Coyle
 
Publication
To accompany the exhibiton there will be a publication which we are very pleased to say that will feature the voices of:

Dave Beech | Sam Basu | Mark Grist | Matthew Stock | Tom Trevatt

Events
18th June 2012 7pm
A panel discussion hosted by Matthew Stock with Dave Beech & Tom Trevatt will debate the themes and concepts put forward by the exhibiton; especially the spectators encounter with the art object and new platforms for art. 

 
This show is one third of a series of shows that will take place at Angus Hughes Gallery from June to July 2012.
8th-18th June 2012 illusion of the Spectator
29th June 2012 -9th July 2012 Bastard Children of Pop
20th-30th July 2012 There will be Others
 
 

 



  

                   SOLO SHOW 3RD DECEMBER - 17 DECEMBER 2011

ORT, Birmingham
500-506 Moseley Road, 
Balsall Heath, 
Birmingham, B12 9AL


Opening hours:
Monday to Thursday: 10am – 8pm
Friday & Saturday: 10am – 11pm 
Sunday: 11am -7pm


+info:

www.ortcafe.co.uk


 

SLUICE is both exhibition space and platform for discussion and creation. Featuring an open layout for expansive installations, performative works and screenings including a multifaceted supporting programme consisting of a preview breakfast, panel discussions, art-making educational activities for children and young people and artist publishing bookstands.

Primarily (but not solely) focusing on artist run not-for-profit spaces, SLUICE does not wish to be didactic but rather provide an informal and accessible temporary platform for young galleries and project spaces to exhibit their artists’ work, gain exposure and encourage dialogue between artists, curators and audiences.

Located in central London, a few minutes walk from Bond Street Underground station. Running over the weekend of 15-16 October with late opening and free entry SLUICE is designed to enable access to all. SLUICE will serve as a punctuation point to the London Art Fair week.

SLUICE is organised by the London based artist Karl England and curator Ben Street.

 

 The Modern Language Experiment presents:

What is an Art Book?

An Art Book today can be seen to occupy various different positions including that of a piece of theory, a catalogue, a printed exhibition, a piece of art in itself, a supplement to a pre-existing piece. It can be a proposal for the future or an examination of the present or what has passed. “What is an Art Book?” will be an investigation of what an Art Book is in terms of material and conceptual concerns. It is a collaborative project that will be produced during the Artist Books Weekend at the Mews Project Space. Artists, writers, curators, designers and other practitioners are invited to respond to the title of the project by contributing their interpretation of what an Art book means to them and their practice. Each contributor can propose text, drawings, photographs, sculpture, performance, audio recordings, video or any other concept/theory as long as it can ultimately be realised in A4 paper format and in black and white. 

Adrianna Palazzolo / Agata Jastrzabek / Alan MaGee / Alice Bain / 
Aukje Dekker / Briony Anderson / Carlos Noronha Feio / 
Cedar Lewisohn / Charlotte Young / Claire Barliant / Craig Cooper David Rickard / Dominic Andrew Paterson & Neil Clements /
Gary Colclough / Hanane Ech-Charif / Imogen O'Rorke / 
James Brooks / Jessica Tsang / Jo Ying Ping / Joanna Greenhill / Kate Janes / Kate Terry / Keh Ng / Kirsty Buchanan / Lewis Biggs / Liane Lang / Lizzy Whirrity / Maria Fusco / Marialaura Ghidini /
Mark Jackson / Matthew Stock / Neil Coombs / Neil Mulholland / Nikki Wassall / Olga Raciborska / Paul O'Kane / Pure Evil / 
Satu Jokinen / Shane T Hall / Thibaut DeWolf / Tina Hage / 
Vera Tollman / Warren Garland

The Artist Books Weekend is an initiative of  The Mews Project Space. The other participating organisations are:

Donlon Books | IMT Gallery | X Marks the Bökship and more.

Please check the ABW website for the many events taking place over the weekend at The Mews Project space and affiliated organisations.




Public Spaces

 

26. Aug - 12. Oct 11 / ends in 8 daysSevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery

Free

Mon, Tues, Weds, Fri 9 - 6, Thurs 9 - 8, Sat 9 - 5, Sun Closed

Exhibition | Multi-disciplinary | South East


"Shelter", John Butterworth


Public Spaces brings together contemporary artists working in a variety of media. The artists draw on various different public and private spaces for inspiration and subject matter. Their work experiments with ideas of contemporary spaces and what these spaces are used for. 

Exhibiting Artists: 
John Butterworth, Rosamund Farmer, Peter Fillingham, Rachael House, Kate Janes, Neil Kelly, 
Serena Korda, Sophie Lamb, Joel Porter. 

The Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery is a contemporary space run by Kent County Council to show new work from established and emerging Kent artists. The gallery sits alongside the library and museum within the Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope building.

http://www.kent.gov.uk/arts














 Snowball - Kim Kielhofner, Christine Boudreau et Alain Lefebvre à articule

Snowball is a program of video works by local and international artists. These videos are brought together under the theme of landscape, and the myriad of possibilities of the term.


Uncovering the term "landscape" in art and cinema, mapping our social engagements, and challenging our notions of frontiers are some of the territories explored in the program. The screening will be in the articule courtyard, which will be transformed into a theatre with benches of snow and surrounded by pine trees. The screening will be accompanied with the launch of a small publication. Artists working in the moving image were invited to contribute the publication and reveal the "hidden" side of their practices and join other artists working with image and writing to further explore their research.


Projection / Screening :

Patrick Dyer, Funa Ye, Jenny Lin, Zohar Kfir, Kandis Friesen, Kim Kielhofner, Katherine Melançon, Joana Roberto, Elénore Saintagnan, ASM Kobayashi, Marianna Milhorat, Frédéric Lavoie
Publication:

Kate Allen, Christine Boudreau, Jon Davies, Patrick Dyer, Kandis Friesen, Caroline Gädechens, 
Carey Garris, Paola Gaviria, Kate Janes, Matea Jocic, Zohar Kfir, Kim Kielhofner, Jenny Lin, Rithika Merchant, Joana Roberto, Funa Ye, Nina Walbecq and Xiaoxiao Yu

for more information:

http://www.articule.org/web/projects_speciaux/10-11/kielhofner_boudreau_fr.html

articule
262, Fairmount ouest
Montréal (Québec) H2V 2G3
T 514 842 9686

info@articule.org

http://www.articule.org/

Opening hours: 

wed /thur 12 - 6 pm, fri 12 - 9pm, sat/sun 12 - 5 pm


 

Fraternise

- the Salon

Upper Gallery 1, Canteen Gallery 2 & Arch Gallery 3

2 April – 29 May 2011

Tuesday – Sunday, 11am-5pm

Fraternise – the Salon gathers a cohort of artists in a curated, fundraising exhibition, to support the future existence of Beaconsfield.

Special Events:
Friday 1 April, from 6pm: Exhibition Preview

 

Monday 16 May at 7pm: Fraternise - for Collectors (Booking essential)

 

 

Wednesday 18 May at 11am: Fraternise – the Coffee view

Saturday 21 May at 2pm:Fraternise - the Curator’s talk

Friday 27 May from 6.30: LAST Friday’s: Fraternise - the finissage

Beaconsfield Director/Curators David Crawforth and Naomi Siderfin will be available by appointment throughout May to talk new collectors through the exhibition and exhibiting artists, on an individual basis.Click here for more information

 

The Salon brings together collaborators, patrons and protégés who have worked with Beaconsfield or who support its role in the artists’ community.

Exhibiting artists include…

Franko B, David Birkin, Ansuman Biswas, John Burgess, Matthew Burrows, Tony Carter, Tamsyn Challenger, Jules Clarke, Ben Cockett, Susan Collis, Michael Corkrey, A. David Crawforth, Mikey Cuddihy, Shane Cullen, Michael Curran, Judith Dean, Mark Dean, Nicholas Deshayes, Adam Dix, Richard Elliot, Robert Ellis, Tracey Emin, Laura Emsley, Alexa de Ferranti, Peter Fillingham, Edwina fitzPatrick, Rebecca Fortnum, Eloise Fornieles, Stephen Fowler, Rachel Garfield, Mary George, Mathew Gibson, Bruce Gilbert, Colin Glen, Lucy Gunning, Matt Hale, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Denise Hawrysio, Damien Hirst, Rachel Howard, Marc Hulson, Kate Janes, Sarah Jones, Simon Lawson, Peter Liversidge, Sarah Lucas and Olivier GarbayMaria Marshall, Ross McNicol, David Mollin, Charlotte Moth, Hayley Newman, Paul Noble, Monika Oechsler, Peter Owen, Tom Ormond, Peter Owen, Lily Paine, Tom Paine, Tamsin Pender, Susan Pui San Lok, Monica Ross, Aura Satz, Boo Saville, Michael Shaw, Naomi Siderfin, Bob and Roberta Smith, Julian Stallabrass, Dafna Talmor, John Timberlake, Caroline Todd, Roman Vasseur, Jessica Voorsanger, Mark Wallinger, Joseph Walsh, Roxy Walsh, Amelia Whitelaw, Keith Wilson, Erika Winstone.

Click here to view the Fraternise – the Salon Press Release

Fraternise – the Salon is a special event curated as part of the fundraising scheme Fraternise: established in 2005 to reflect Beaconsfield’s core values and nurture a community of artists who demonstrate their support in practical terms by providing the potential to secure Beaconsfield’s future.

Fraternise: artists investing in the future

 

Merry Go Round to Hell: On Saturday the 28th of May from 5pm onwards there will be a showing of new artworks, for one day only; by Jinkyun Ahn, Jeremy Akerman, Kate Allen, Lesley Doyle, Andy Graves, Tina Hage, Kate Janes, Tom Mason. 




If You Don't Like the Road You Are Walking, Start Paving Another One




 

Interim Show of MA- Fine Art program from Central Saint Martins. Curated by MA Critical Writing and Curatorial Practice from Chelsea College of Art and Design. 

Private View on Thursday 28th January 2010, 18:00-20:30 at Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf.


Degree Show of MA- Fine Art program at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Private View, Tuesday 31 August 2010, 6-9pm at Central Saint Martins, Charing Cross Road. 

for more information:

www.mafacsm.com


















































































 

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