From Tuesday 15 April, until Friday 25 April 2008
Open everyday 11am – 6pm, except closed on Sunday 20 April 2008
With lectures at 7pm on 15,18,22,25 April 2008
Matthew Richardson’s ‘Bulletin Board’ is a project with an installation in the gallery and a programme of lectures and events:
Tuesday 15 April, 7pm: Deejay Wheelie Bag & ‘All of the Above’ Matthew Richardson
Friday 18 April, 7pm: ‘To Tell The Truth About Thomas De Quincey's Pump Up The Jam’ Jacob Farrell & Melanie De Quincey
Tuesday 22 April, 7pm: ‘Sick Thoughts: Museum of Incest/ Empire of Love’ Simon Fujiwara
Friday 25 April, 7pm: ‘Emotional Field Drawing’ Julia Calver & ‘In the Course of Formation’ I Love Palms
B. 1985, Warrington, based London. Matthew Richardson is currently completing his BA in Fine Art at The Slade School of Fine Art.
DEEJAY WHEELIE BAG
Is an artist, performer & inventor of the wheelie bag soundsystem www.deejaywheeliebag.co.uk
B. 1984, Winchester, based in London. Calver recently completed her BA at The Slade School of Fine Art and is currently completing an education & outreach internship at Gasworks, London.
JACOB FARRELL & MELANIE DE QUINCEY
B. 1987, Maidstone, and 1980, Montpellier, both based in London. Farrell & De Quincey are both currently completing their BA at The Slade School of Fine Art.
B. 1982, Girona, based in Berlin. Fujiwara is currently a student at the Städelschule, Frankfurt.
I LOVE PALMS
is: Att Poomtangon, B. 1973; Martin Flemming, B. 1982; Janus Hochgesand, B. 1981; Philip Götze, B. 1983; Othmar Farré, B. 1985; & Christian Tonner. B. 1979. All are currently studying at the Städelschule, Frankfurt.
‘Sick Thoughts: Museum of Incest / Empire of Love’, 2008, a performance by Simon Fujiwara
‘In the Course of Formation’, 2008, a performance by I Love Palms
‘Emotional Field Drawing’, 2008, a performance by Julia Calver
‘To Tell The Truth About Thomas De Quincey's Pump Up The Jam’, 2008, a performance by Jacob Farrell & Melanie De Quincey