November 29 – December 31 2013
LENKA KLODOVÁ: Constructing a porn site | MARIE HLADÍKOVÁ: Love Loves | ŠÁRKA MIKESKOVÁ: Someone Loves You | BLANKA JAKUBČÍKOVÁ: Making a living from (killing) myself …
An exhibition designed according to the criteria of uselessness, unworkability, in-adaptability, and self-destructive obstinacy. Created by women artists who have the potential of being a disaster of epic proportions for curators and exhibition organizersRead more →
Preview Friday 29 November 2013, 6-9pm
Open Saturdays and Sundays 1-6pm throughuot December
Over October and November, ‘Propositions for Principles of art Philosophy in Practice, a Production Phenomenon’ at news of the world invited and exhibited ideas and proposals, correspondence and conversations, that will inform our forthcoming programme beyond visual art and prevailing networks.
Stemming from this process, Encyclops is a poetry work from seekers of lice.
The work is hand written on the wetted surface of 140 small paper bags.Read more →
CURATORIAL TIMESHARE (London) present The 300,000kph non dental amalgam, a solo exhibition by London based artist David Martin, invited by Toby Huddlestone.
David Martin: The 300,000kph non dental amalgam / Preview Friday 13th December 6-9pm / Open Sat 14th December 12-6pmRead more →
The Fade is a three-channel video work in which saturated layers of video, ambiguous architectural structures and hand painted sculptural objects combine to create immersive environments.Read more →
Enclave 4: news of the world | Propositions for principles of art philosophy in practice, a production phenomenon
Previews Friday 27th September 2013, 7pm
Here is the score:
George Brecht, 1961
You say you want a revolution:
‘I’m fed up with everything’ Miuccia Prada (Financial Times, Sept 21, 2013)
September 27 – October 19 2013
“Beth Fox’s work espouses a complex form of reflexive post-modern humour with influences as diverse as Kierkagaard and Woody Allen, through the medium of sculpture and text new variations are synthesised from both opaque and transparent meanings and what starts out as contemplation soon becomes manipulated into a hegemony of defeat, leaving only a sense of unreality and the unlikelihood of a new order. . ” – August DeWitt (writer, intellectual, art critic, feminist, political activist and gender theorist.)Read more →
Preview & performance November 29th 6-9pm
Exhibition continues November 30th – December 20th
Open Wed-Sat 12-6pm
Motif: /məʊˈtiːf/ noun
1. a dominant theme or central idea
2. a repeated figure or design in architecture or decoration
FEEDBACK is a pop-up exhibition, drawing on the experience and archive of the Peer Sessions crit group, exploring the process by which discursive input can form part of a cyclical system or loop to influence creative decision-making and development.Read more →
Curated by Luke Hyland
Evan Jones | Jessica Conway
Abscond, presents the work of Evan Jones and Jessica Conway as vessels through which to explore the guise of the curator.Read more →
Preview September 27th 6-9pm
Exhibition continues September 28th – October 19th 2013
Open Wed-Sat 12-6pm or by appointment
Plus special late opening for Art Licks Weekend, Thursday 3rd October until 9pm
Received via a collective hallucination in Folsom prison, The Starseed Transmission is a diagrammatic message from outerspace.
Artists include: Sovay Berriman, Rowena Harris, Dean Kenning, Inês Rebelo and Plastique Fantastique.
Preview Friday 31st May 2013, 6 to 9pm
opening in the presence of the artist: Friday 28 June, 6 to 9pm
The individual with intentional stance enacts a temporary walkout; performing the pragmatic in the face of impossibility, joining in an irrational illusory social loophole, celebrating the joy of this delimited pastoral precinct, where the weight of society is lifted collectively in the company of men.
Half-Words is an exhibition and events program which has no aim, no message and nothing to say other than that if the desire for something to happen is there then it will find a way.
Daisy Addison / Richard Bevan / Adam Burge / Rachael Champion / Lucy Conochie / Elliot Dodd / Frances Drayson / Jacob Farell / Jack Killick / Steffen Levring / Sophie Micheal / Luke McCreadie / Sarah McNulty / Andrew Munks / Alice Newsholme / Jack StrangeRead more →
25 JAN – 17 FEB 2013, Preview 25 JAN 6-9pm – Auto-Archive Photocopy Show at Time Share, London. An exhibition comprising photocopies of works selected for the AUTO-ARCHIVE project.
LIONEL DOBIE PROJECT (Manchester) and TIME SHARE (London) present a new project by Toby Huddlestone, featuring Vito Acconci, Bas Jan Ader, Robert Barry, Dan Graham, On Kawara, John Latham, Peter Liversidge, Raimundas Malašauskas, Jonathan Monk, Gianni Motti, Bruce Nauman, PostDocument and more…Read more →