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Sites of Production, 22/01/15, Chisenhale Studios

THURSDAY CLUB PRESENTS: SITES OF PRODUCTION

The Thursday Club
18:00 – 20:00, Thursday 22nd January 2015
Education Space, Chisenhale Studios
Chisenhale Road, London E3 5QZ

This Thursday Club event brings together two curatorial projects for presentation and discussion within the Chisenhale Studios. A short Q&A will follow.

All are welcome.

FEATURED PROJECTS

Conceived as a touring exhibition, From me flows what you call time is the first of a series of events by graduates and current researchers from Goldsmiths, Slade and the RCA. As the modern exhibition experience moves us across the space of the gallery, museum, landscape, computer screen and the printed text, what is lost and what is found in each site?

Executive Chair, an exhibition series by artists Haydn Jones, Fabio Lattanzi Antinori and Jonathan Munro, is on show at Guest Projects London until January 30th. Through a series of installations, the artists touch upon issues such as corporate influence upon workspace, the office as a site of production, and the factor of miscommunication in work relations.

http://www.executivechair.co/

PANEL

Chair: Haydn Jones
Chisenhale Studios Public Programme Studio Resident 2014-15

From me flows what you call time

Wayne Binitie
Barbara Pfenningstorff
Suzanne Caines

Executive Chair

Haydn Jones
Fabio Lattanzi Antinori
Jonathan Munro
Ozden Sahin

ABOUT THE THURSDAY CLUB

The Thursday Club is an open forum discussion group for anyone interested in the theories and practices of cross-disciplinarity, interactivity, technologies and philosophies of the state-of-the-art in today’s (and tomorrow’s) cultural landscape(s).

http://doc.gold.ac.uk/thethursdayclub/

ABOUT THE CHISENHALE STUDIOS

Chisenhale Art Place occupies a unique position on London’s East End art community, providing a distinctive platform for local and international artists and audiences. Founded in 1980 by artists determined to find their own premises, Chisenhale Art Place now houses three flourishing and distinct initiatives: Chisenhale Dance Space, Chisenhale Gallery and Chisenhale Studios. The studios provide affordable workspace to both established and emerging artists. Their work reflects the diversity of contemporary art practice and promotes a wider understanding of artistic practice and processes through open sharing events, projects and residencies.

www.chisenhale.co.uk/chisenhale/

DIRECTIONS

Chisenhale Art Place is located halfway between Bethnal Green and Mile End. Walk from Bethnal Green underground station in 12 minutes or take No. 8 or D6 bus. Walk from Mile End underground station in 10 minutes or take No. 277, 425, 339 or D6 bus.