ArtSlant - Recently added en-us 40 Joseph Moore & Stephanie Vella, Salvatore Insana, Leonor Serrano-Rivas, Peter Matthews, Asaki Kan, Amina Abass-Nazari, Eden Mitsenmacher - arebyte gallery - November 3rd - November 9th <p><span style="color: #000000;"><span style="font-family: 'Courier New', serif;"><span style="font-size: medium;"><span>Arebyte gallery is happy to present the upcoming exhibition &ldquo;Journey&rdquo;, featuring works by seven national and international artists curated by Agnese Reginaldo.</span></span></span></span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="color: #000000;"><span style="font-family: 'Courier New', serif;"><span style="font-size: medium;"><span>The main idea of the exhibition looks at the impulse that has always driven people to move and travel far in search of something. The concept is inspired by the epic Italian poem &ldquo;L&rsquo;Orlando Furioso&rdquo;, where the characters are continuously looking for something, an object or a person, desiring it passionately. Each goes on several adventures going into all regions of the world in a quest for finding it.</span></span></span></span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="color: #000000;"><span style="font-family: 'Courier New', serif;"><span style="font-size: medium;"><span>The inconclusive journey is translated into a circular movement because no solution is found and they always come back to where it started from. The obsession and repetition of the research method makes Orlando lose his mind,it can be found on the Moon, the only place where it is possible to retrieve what has been lost on Earth.</span></span></span></span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><span style="color: #000000;"><span style="font-family: 'Courier New', serif;"><span style="font-size: medium;"><span>The exhibition displays a range of mediums from video, performance, sound and poetry looking at the voyage, a trip into unknown experiences, an exploration of the body and mind, a search of things to be found, a starting point with no ending.&nbsp;</span></span></span></span></p> Fri, 24 Oct 2014 13:24:13 +0000 Mark Jackson, Roger Clarke - IMT Gallery - November 8th - November 8th <p>Laura Palookaville are proud to present the launch of a limited edition record <em>This is a Game Called &lsquo;Hello, Hello, Here is X.X.&rsquo;</em>, a sound work by Mark Jackson edited from original recordings of an interview between William S. Burroughs and Roger Clarke.</p> <p><em>This is a game called &lsquo;Hello, hello, here is X.X.&rsquo;</em> is composed of edits from an interview Clarke conducted in 1995 with William S. Burroughs at his home in Lawrence, Kansas. Rather than a document of an interview (the original tapes comprise of seven hours of material), the record seeks to augment the space in which the recordings were made, dwelling upon moments such as a search around the house for a rainstick, a pause in the interview whilst food is prepared, a visit to his home-made orgone accumulator and trips to feed the fish amidst a cacophony of annual cicadas in the Kansas summer.</p> <p>The launch will include a discussion between Mark Jackson and Roger Clarke on the project and the circumstances of the original interview.</p> <p><em>This is a game called &lsquo;Hello, hello, here is X.X.&rsquo;</em> was produced and commissioned by Gordon Shrigley for Laura Palookaville and engineered by Frank Merritt of the Carvery, London, with sleeve design by Foxtrot Hotel, London.</p> Fri, 24 Oct 2014 10:31:23 +0000 Suzanne Treister - Chisenhale Gallery - October 28th 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM <p style="text-align: justify;">Treister will talk about her most recent project,&nbsp;<em>Post-Surveillance Art</em>&nbsp;(2014), and revisit&nbsp;<em>HEXEN 2.0</em>&nbsp;(2009-2011), a major project charting the increase in intelligence gathering in the Web 2.0 era and the US government and military&rsquo;s role in the development of the Internet.&nbsp;<br /><br />Suzanne Treister (born 1958, London) currently lives and works in London. She was a pioneer of digital and web-based art in the early 1990s, developing fictional worlds and international collaborative organisations. Recent solo exhibitions and events include&nbsp;<em>Supper for Snowden,&nbsp;</em>Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna, Austria (2014);&nbsp;<em>In The Name of Art and Other Works</em>, Annely Juda Fine Art, London, UK (2013);&nbsp;<em>HEXEN 2.0</em>, Cleveland Institute of Art, USA; P.P.O.W, New York, USA (both 2013); D21 Kunstraum, Leipzig, Germany; Hartware Medien Kunstverein, Dortmund, Germany; Science Museum, London, UK; and&nbsp;<em>The Real Truth. A World&rsquo;s Fair</em>, Raven Row, London (all 2012).&nbsp;</p> Wed, 22 Oct 2014 15:02:20 +0000 The ARKA Group - Zabludowicz Collection - November 23rd 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM <p style="text-align: justify;">As part of their current Invites exhibition, the ARKA group will screen a selection of short films by artists and film-makers that have influenced their own moving image work.</p> Wed, 22 Oct 2014 14:55:33 +0000 Holly Childs, Jesse Darling, Rosie Hastings, Hannah Quinlan Anderson - Zabludowicz Collection - December 4th 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM <p style="text-align: justify;">An evening of video and live works that explore notions of transgression in the physical and virtual environments of late capitalism. The event will include contributions from Holly Childs, Jesse Darling, Rozsa Farkas, Rosie Hastings, Hannah Quinlan Anderson amongst others.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Drinks from 6.30pm.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><br /><br /><strong>Holly Childs</strong>&nbsp;is a writer and artist based in Melbourne. She makes work exploring digital semiotics, transformations of language and culture, aberration and economics. Her first novella No Limit was released by Hologram in April 2014. Her writing has appeared in Going Down Swinging, Overland and Endless Lonely Planet. She has recently presented readings at Poetry Will Be Made By All!, Luma Foundation, Zurich, Emerging Writers&rsquo; Festival, Melbourne and Next Wave, Melbourne. In 2014 she was awarded an Australia Council Early Career Residency to develop her second novella Danklands at Arcadia Missa gallery and publishers, London.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Jesse Darling</strong>&nbsp;works in sculpture, installation, text and "dasein by design", thinking about networked subjectivity and the way that structures - architectural, [bio]political, philosophical - manifest in physical and social bodies. Recent solo exhibitions include presenting a series of new sculptures in How Can It Hurt You When It Looks So Good with Arcadia Missa at START Art Fair, London and Not Long Now at LimaZulu, London, both 2014. Recent group exhibitions include Ends Again at Supplement Gallery and Snow Crash at Banner Repeater, both London, 2014.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>R&oacute;zsa Zita Farkas</strong>&nbsp;is a writer and curator interested in exploring bodies through networks. She is the founding director of Arcadia Missa, London and has co-curated independent projects including The Posthuman Era Became a Girl, South London Gallery and Re-Materialising Feminism, ICA and The Showroom, both 2014. Her writing has been published in Mute Magazine, Eros and DPI Studioxx, and she has presented at events for Transmediale, ReSource006 and Rhizome. Since 2010 she has guest lectured at University of the Arts, London.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Rosie Hastings</strong>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<strong>Hannah Quinlan Anderson</strong>&nbsp;are artists who live and work in London. They graduated from BA Fine Art at Goldsmiths (2014, 2013) and have worked collaboratively over the past year. Recent projects include @GAYBAR - a series of exhibitions and events exploring new horizon&rsquo;s within gay bar culture and Where is the Body?, a bi-monthly reading group focusing on queer theory texts. Hannah and Rosie also manage Rye Lane Studios, an artist-led space in Peckham, founded in May 2014.</p> Wed, 22 Oct 2014 14:53:44 +0000 Ryan Trecartin & Lizzie Fitch - Zabludowicz Collection - November 27th 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM <p style="text-align: justify;">Writer Ossian Ward discusses the work of Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin in relation to collaborative practice and their current solo show.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Drinks from 6.30pm.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Ossian Ward is Head of Content at Lisson Gallery and a writer on contemporary art. Until 2013, he was the chief art critic and Visual Arts Editor at&nbsp;<em>Time Out London</em>&nbsp;and has contributed to magazines such as&nbsp;<em>Art in America</em>,&nbsp;<em>Esquire</em>,&nbsp;<em>The News Statesman</em>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<em>Wallpaper</em>, as well as newspapers including the&nbsp;<em>The Guardian</em>, the&nbsp;<em>Observer</em>,&nbsp;<em>The Times</em>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<em>The Independent on Sunday</em>. His new book, titled&nbsp;<em>Ways of Looking: How to Experience Contemporary Art</em>&nbsp;is published by Laurence King.</p> Wed, 22 Oct 2014 14:50:35 +0000 - Zabludowicz Collection - November 13th 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM <p style="text-align: justify;">This panel discussion examines the ways in which the theatrical and immersive staging of contemporary film and video work blurs the boundary between the virtual and physical world. Speakers include Lisa &Aring;kervall (Bauhaus-University Weimar), Bridget Crone (Goldsmiths College), Nicolas de Oliveira (London Metropolitan University) and Nicholas Ridout (Queen Mary University of London).</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Drinks from 6.30pm.&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><br /><br /><strong>Lisa &Aring;kervall&nbsp;</strong>is a postdoctoral research fellow at the interdisciplinary research center &ldquo;Media and Mimesis&rdquo; at Bauhaus-University Weimar in Germany. Her publications in English include: Cinema, Affect and Vision (in Rhizomes 16, Deleuze and Film, 2008) and Character-Witness, Actor-Medium (in Acting and Performance in Moving Image Culture: Bodies, Screens, and Renderings, Transcript, 2012). Her monograph Kinematographische Affekte: Deleuze und die Transformation der Kinoerfahrung (Cinematic Affect: Deleuze and the transformation of cinematic experience) is forthcoming from the German publisher Wilhelm Fink Verlag in 2015.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Dr Bridget Crone</strong>&nbsp;is a curator, writer and lecturer in Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths College, University of London. From 2006-11, Bridget was director of Media Art Bath &ndash; a publicly funded commissioning agency based in South West England, and has experience curating in a variety of contexts in the UK including at The Showroom, London (2003-6), The ICA, London (2012) and Arnolfini, Bristol (2010, 2012). She has also curated projects in Australia including The Ian Potter Museum, Melbourne (2005), and the large, multi-site commissioning and research framework The Cinemas Project (2014). Bridget has published extensively and recently edited The Sensible Stage: Staging and the Moving Image (Picture This / Cornerhouse, 2012).</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Nicolas de Oliveira&nbsp;</strong>is a curator, writer and course leader for the MA Curating the Contemporary programme at London Metropolitan University and Whitechapel Gallery. He founded Unit 7 Gallery (1986-89) the Museum of Installation (1990-2003), and Notice Gallery (2005-8) and currently co-directs SE8 gallery. His books include Installation art, and Installation art in the New Millennium: Empire of the Senses, (Thames &amp; Hudson, 1994 and 2003), two major international surveys of the practice. With his partner Nicola Oxley he has co-written a series of artist's books and monographs on Hans Op de Beeck, Stefan Br&uuml;ggemann and Patrick Jolley. Their fiction work includes the novella Sand (Ludion, 2011) published as part of the book Hans Op de Beeck: Sea of Tranquillity, The Door Ajar which focused on Antonin Artaud and the monograph Patrick Jolley: All that Falls (Gandon Editions, 2012 and 2013).</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Nicholas Ridout</strong>&nbsp;is Professor of Theatre in the Department of Drama at Queen Mary University of London. He is the author of Stage Fright, Animals and Other Theatrical Problems (Cambridge, 2006), Theatre &amp; Ethics (Palgrave, 2009) and Passionate Amateurs: Theatre, Communism and Love (Michigan, 2013) and co-editor, with Joe Kelleher, of Contemporary Theatres in Europe (Routledge, 2006). He is the co-author, with Claudia Castellucci, Romeo Castellucci, Chiara Guidi and Joe Kelleher of The Theatre of Soc&igrave;etas Raffaello Sanzio (Routledge, 2007). He is currently working on the relations between bourgeois theatre, slavery and mass luxury consumption.</p> Wed, 22 Oct 2014 14:49:03 +0000 Robert Devriendt - Marlborough Fine Art - October 28th - November 28th <p style="text-align: justify;">The Directors of Marlborough Fine Art are delighted to announce the first London exhibition of Belgian artist Robert Devriendt.&nbsp;</p> Wed, 22 Oct 2014 14:43:31 +0000 - Lisson Gallery - November 14th - January 17th, 2015 <p>52-54 Bell Street</p> Mon, 20 Oct 2014 07:25:26 +0000 Jonathan Monk - Lisson Gallery - November 14th - January 17th, 2015 <p><strong>29 Bell Street</strong></p> Mon, 20 Oct 2014 07:23:50 +0000 Berlinde De Bruyckere - Hauser & Wirth (Savile Row) - November 27th - January 10th, 2015 Mon, 20 Oct 2014 07:20:24 +0000 Pipilotti Rist - Hauser & Wirth (Savile Row) - November 27th - January 10th, 2015 Mon, 20 Oct 2014 07:19:54 +0000 Polly Apfelbaum - Frith Street Gallery, Golden Square - November 7th - December 20th <p style="text-align: justify;">Frith Street Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of monochrome fabric works by Polly Apfelbaum.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">In 2013 Polly Apfelbaum was awarded a residency at The American Academy in Rome. The works exhibited here grew out of the artist&rsquo;s experience in that city and in particular her fascination with the drapery and coloured fabrics depicted in Renaissance and Baroque paintings which she saw there. The series started out as a constantly changing studio installation with large squares of loosely draped fabric punctuated by hanging beads. The artist describes them as having an improvisational quality; like a musician improvising on a theme. Hence the title &ldquo;Colour Sessions.&rdquo;</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">&ldquo;I was thinking about the movement and order of thought, of colour and light, the angel in the Fra Angelico Annunciation in San Marco, drapery, the way that curtains conceal and reveal. My work is spatial but always related to painting. The Colour Sessions can be read as monochrome paintings, but they are fragile monochromes &ndash; paintings that are falling off the wall. I recently discovered that the sheen of the fabric is the result of weaving threads of two colours together in a very tight weave &ndash; it makes it difficult to locate the surface or pin down the color. So even the &lsquo;monochrome&rsquo; is actually two colors. The beads bring another spatiality into play, moving farther off the wall, into the space of the gallery.&rdquo;</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">As with most of Apfelbaum&rsquo;s work no two installations of this work are ever the same. They respond to the architecture of the space, keeping certain essential things consistent but introducing variations and change over time. In this regard, there will never be any definitive version; rather each interpretation is as important as any other, with the work always taking on a different meaning in a new context.</p> Mon, 20 Oct 2014 07:15:37 +0000 Laura Pawela - IMT Gallery - November 21st - November 23rd <p class="Body"><em>Fake Films and a Few Frames More </em>is an exhibition by the artist Laura Pawela of major video works never before seen in the UK.&nbsp; The exhibition will include important early works from <em>Untitled/Friedrich </em>(2008) and <em>Sugar </em>(2009); through to more recent works such as a new single-screen version of her powerful video installation <em>Songs of Insatiability </em>(2011); and <em>Past Present Continuous</em> (2010), a meditation on future of ruins of half-built follies in European cities exhibited as part of her solo exhibition at Propaganda Gallery, Warsaw.</p> <p class="Body"><span style="font-size: 12px;">Pawela recently exhibited in </span><em style="font-size: 12px;">You Cannot Step into the Same River Twice</em><span style="font-size: 12px;"> at the Pump House Gallery, Battersea, </span><em style="font-size: 12px;">Crimestory</em><span style="font-size: 12px;"> at the Centre of Contemporary Art, ToruĊ„, and in Manchester Contemporary 2013.&nbsp; Last year she was awarded the prestigious Silesian Voivodeship Artistic Award for achievements in the field of the visual art. She is currently working on the mockumentary </span><em style="font-size: 12px;">Pink Horizon</em><span style="font-size: 12px;">, with Tomasz Kolankiewicz, with support from the Polish Ministry of Culture.</span></p> <p class="Body">Supported by the Polish Cultural Institute.</p> Sun, 19 Oct 2014 16:18:32 +0000 Mr Cenz - Pure Evil Gallery - October 16th - November 9th <p style="text-align: justify;">Pure Evil Gallery is honored to present the new solo show Distortions by Mr Cenz&nbsp; where he offers his perception of a futuristic and melancholic world, through a wide range of feminine portraits and urban landscapes.<br /><br />Mr Cenz is a London based graffiti artist who has been scribbling on surfaces since 1988. His distinctive work can currently be seen all over streets of London. It features layers of intricate and flowing letterforms, shapes and line work, which are abstracted in a unique and aesthetically pleasing way. His style is full of funk and movement and fuses different skills together such as realism and graffiti letterforms. His work is open to individual interpretation and has been described as surrealist graffiti art for the soul.&nbsp;<br /><br />To appreciate the beautiful and fantastic world of Mr Cenz, the PURE EVIL GALLERY will present new work on canvas from the 16th to November the 9th , 2014 in The Department store , 96, 98 Leonard St, London UK.</p> Sat, 18 Oct 2014 15:02:25 +0000