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Paperworks

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Paperworks is a paper exclusive exhibition devoted to looking at a range of artists, both established and emerging, whose work with/on/in paper explore its flexibility, simplicity and beauty. Works on paper are often under esteemed in terms of art practice – however, some of the artists involved here work primarily on paper, whilst others return to it over and again.

Drawing is often considered as the quintessential point from which the development of an idea moves through to a larger or more complex work – regardless of whether they contain the genesis of a larger work or are complete in themselves, drawings offer both the maker and the viewer direct appeal as intimate first-hand encounters.
Those involved in this exhibition range from internationally renowned artists such as Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, whose screenprints are in the Tate Britain collection to several newly emerging artists from recent Leyden Gallery Platform for Emerging Arts exhibitions.

The parameters of the paper works cross various techniques and engage many different skills, such as drawing, painting, illustration, sculpture, printing and photography.

Artists: 

Wilhelmina Barns Graham

Paula Rego

Gareth Bunting

James Melloy 

Tina Crawford 

Sarah Muirhead

Linsday Moran

Daniel Hosego

Buffy Kim 

Atsuko Nakamura 

Hilary Ellis 

Georg Meyer-Wiel

To coincide with the Paperworks exhibiton, artist Gareth Bunting will be running a special workshop on April 7th, "Virtual Reality Drawing workshop with artist Gareth Bunting". Open your eyes to a new world of possibility and take a tour through the immersive and surreal landscapes created by an award-winning artist. Using the Oculas rift headset, attendees will be getting hands-on with Gravity Sketch and Google tilt brush, learning the basics and creating their own personal and imaginative 3D paintings.

Call for artists, writers & scholars interested in 'place'

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Gonooza is an audio tours app featuring non-traditional tour guides: artists, writers, musicians and scholars. The app allows its users to experience London’s physicality in radically new ways - historically, culturally, aesthetically, ontologically.​

Rather than as audio tours, we encourage our contributors to think of the medium as “place-specific communication”. Gonooza contributors are free to interpret, reimagine, describe, riff off, criticise or eulogise places and objects in London in any way they wish.

For full information, please see: www.gonooza.live/call-for-contributors

We invite proposals from artists, writers & scholars for whom 'place' is important, or who could use the format of place-specific voice recordings to create experiences for our users.

If they wish, contributors may charge users for their 'tour', thereby earning income.

Deadline: 
01/31/2018

Call for Entries - Mark Tanner Sculpture Award 2018-19

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The most significant award for emerging artists working in the field of sculpture in the UK: offering £8,000 in financial support towards the making of new work and a solo show in 2019.

Applications close 31 March 2018

The Mark Tanner Sculpture Award is unique in its combination of offering both financial support towards the production of new work and a solo exhibition to an exceptional emerging sculptor. We seek to reward outstanding and innovative practice in the field of sculpture and are particularly interested in work that demonstrates a commitment to process and materials.

There is no age limit, applicants will be judged on the quality of their work and the ability of the award to make beneficial impact on their practice and future development.   The financial award to assist in the production of a new body of work is £8,000, made in 3 payments over the course of the year, at the end of which there will be a solo exhibition at Standpoint Gallery.

Standpoint will maintain a supportive, mentoring role over the twelve month period of the award, including studio visits to discuss progress towards the exhibition. 

The selection panel

The selection panel for the 2018/19 award is:

Clare Lilley Director of Programme, Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Cathie Pilkington RA artist
Frances Richardson MTSA winner 2017
Rebecca Scott artist / Mark Tanner Trust

The panel will be chaired by Michael Taylor, director of Standpoint

Eligibility

Applicants must be established residents of the UK. We are now able to accept applications from all artists based in the UK.  Students in current education are not eligible to apply. This applies to BA and MA students or equivalent, but NOT to those undertaking postgraduate research work leading to a PhD/Mphil/MLitt/ MRes or equivalent

Selection Procedure

More details, along with the application portal, can be found on Standpoint's website: http://www.standpointlondon.co.uk/mtsa/index.php

Deadline: 
03/31/2018
Fee Detail: 
£18

Affordable Workspace Creche - Dalston

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V22’s first Workspace Creche opened in September 2017. Our aim is to provide a space for artists, freelancers and entrepreneurs, who are also parents, to work alongside a crèche facility for their children.

The enterprise is run by V22 Foundation ‐ a not‐for‐profit organisation ‐ and, if successful, we want to make such an offer an integral part of V22's studio and workspace buildings across the city. Our business plan is based on the most affordable model we could come up with. We have tried to build flexibility into it without escalating administration costs, and hope we may grow to be more flexible as we settle into our daily rhythms.

What we want to create, in partnership with our parents and carers, is an ethos of co‐caring for our children in an environment built on a child‐centered approach to daily routines which celebrates the importance of play.

We believe, like Albert Einstein, that play is the highest form of research, and we take seriously our commitment to a child‐led approach, not only to play, but also to the changing design ofthe creche space, the choice of books for our library, and even visits to the local market to choose fruit and vegetables for snack time.

The crèche has dedicated access to the lovely Dalston Eastern Curve Garden which means that our children can have a daily outing to this lovely community green space. The children also use local facilities like the library at the end of the road and the local Ridley Road market. Parents have already started to get involved offering workshops on their specialisms or hobbies, these include: growing plants, looking at art and painting. We hope more parents wil become involved as we belive in a co-operative model of childcare and believe it adds to the culture of co-caring which our crèche provides. 

Sessions run from 9am - 12 noon and 1.30pm - 4.30pm. An outline of our daily routine can be found here, and FAQ's here. 

Parents of children under five (or expecting one soon) who would like to register their interest, can fill out our short form here and we will get back to you with news, waiting list information, and availability.

We hope you will join us in creating the next generation of creative parenthood.

We are delighted that the Mayor of London pledged to our crowdfunding campaign on Spacehive to help to set up the crèche. He said: 'I am delighted to be supporting projects like the V22 Workspace Creche that will help strengthen local communities and help to make London an even greater city.’

Large Studio Available - South London

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We have an amazing studio available for long term rent or short term location hire in south-east London.  Ideal for large-scale art projects, photography shoots and film shoots.

 

It features:

1694 sq ft

Mezzanine w/ natural light

Own street access w/ roller shutter

Own toilet

Solid walls

Unallocated street parking available outside (if you get there early enough)

 

Get in touch at studioenquiries@v22collection.com to view.  More photos available.

 

Thanks

Kerry

 

Exhibition Opening: Sebastian Kite: We will meet in the place where there is no darkness

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South Kiosk is delighted to present the exhibition opening of 'We will meet in the place where there is no darkness' 

A site-specific installation and performance exploring the relationship between space, light and sound by practicing artist and architect Sebastian Kite. http://sebastiankite.com/

Preview: 9 Feb, 6-9pm
Exhibition: 10 Feb - 4 Mar 2017
Nearest station: Peckham Rye

For more information please read below or visit our website:
http://www.southkiosk.com/

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In George Orwell’s dystopian classic 1984, the author makes reference to a place where there is no darkness. A place, our lead protagonist Winston Smith believes to be free from the oppression of the totalitarian state under which he lives. Deceived to visit this place by the state Police, Smith instead finds himself under the glaring lights of an interrogation cell, permanently lit to aid his state of torture. 

For 'We will meet in the place where there is no darkness' artist Sebastian Kite has created a site-specific installation exploring the relationship between space, light and sound. Constructed as a pavilion within the gallery space, Kite’s work references back to Orwell’s interrogation room using light as a material to create an ever-evolving space. Constructed from a series of half-toned panels that suggest static or white noise, the space is further cut through it’s horizontal with a two-way mirror referencing the voyeurism, narcissism and sublimity at the heart of the interrogation process. Spatialised sound further acts to reinforce the dynamic while also dividing the space into four distinct areas.

Introduced into this space, a dancer acts as a protagonist, with each performance redefining the relationship between the architecture and the audio-visual score and composition. Held once a week live in the space, performances create a generative interplay of media creating an ever-evolving space over the lifetime of the exhibition.

Sebastian Kite (b. 1986) is an installation artist and architect based in London. Kite creates experiential environments to choreograph the sensory engagement of people with architectural spaces. His practice lies at the intersection of art and architecture, with a particular focus on site-specificity. Beginning with an analysis of the site, Kite's installations use structure, kinetics, light, performance, projection and sound as strategies to illustrate new readings of spaces.

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