A series of six mini-residencies featuring Anne Bean, William Cobbing, David Cotterrell, Carl Von Weiler, Rachel Lowe and Bronwen Buckeridge.
WAKE (visible tracks of turbulence) interrogates materiality itself, as well as notions of ownership, of collective process and the transmission of ideas. Six artists will work in Dilston Grove sequentially in a series of week-long mini-residencies. At the end of each week the artistsí sculptural engagement with the space will culminate in a performance or installation that will be open to the public. Each artist chose the artist to succeed him or her and each will leave behind their materials and structures for the following artist to inherit and build upon. Picking up where the previous artist left off, each will respond to, recycle and add to what they find, gradually or radically transforming the space. The materials they use will become the binding force, the DNA, creating threads as well as layers, linking the artists who knowingly will inhabit each otherís past and future. ‚Ä®‚Ä®
11/12 June: Anne Bean
18/19 June: William Cobbing
25/26 June: David Cottrell
02/03 July: Carl Von Weiler
09/10 July: Rachel Lowe
16/17 July: Bronwen Buckeridge
Venue: Dilston Grove, Southwark Park, SE16 2DD
Times: Saturday and Sunday 12pm Ė 6pm
WAKE and ARCHIPELAGO present a programme of installation and performance related work conceived and curated by London based artists Anne Bean and Gary Stevens. Cafe Gallery and Dilston Grove will be home to an ongoing programme of events, installations and performances created by over 20 artists who will work and/or reside in one of the two spaces from between one and six weeks.
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WAKE/ARCHIPELAGO is produced by Artsadmin in association with CGP London.
CGP London, Southwark Park, London SE16 2UA Phone: +44 (0)20 7237 1230 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org