Aphantasia – an 8 Hour Shift

Andrew Bracey, Annie Morrad and Steve Dutton Three (artists) working in different disciplines improvised over a period of 8 hours – ‘a working day’ – punctuated with breaks. The ‘investigation’ was based in part on practices common to the way … Continue reading

Not knowing the Line… at AND eventSpace1

Eight artists focussing on performance, painting, sculpture, music have come together for a week of improvisational forms under the title of “Not Knowing the Line” – a collective exercise at AND eventSpace1 which uses the space for discovery. The event … Continue reading

‘Stuff Happens’ – An Exhibition of Fired-clay Sculptures by May Ayres

The Gulf War, which has persisted since 1991, was the starting point for May Ayres series of ‘ceramic’ works. Soon after the beginning of the second period of specifically the War in Iraq May Ayres began to make small sculptures which … Continue reading

John Latham “X Years On…”

It has been 10 years since the death of John Latham, an artist of significance and influence in the 20th century. His time based thinking confounded the world of science and art – both of which he called into question. … Continue reading

“7 Hours…” performance by Helena Hartmann

Performers • Helena Hartmann, Roisin Monaghan, Colin Lindsay “7 hours…” organised by Helena Hartmann took place on a bright but bitterly cold day in February. The event was part of a collaborative series between AND eventSpace and the RCA Society … Continue reading

A Call to Artists • ‘Remember Nature’ • Gustav Metzger

Remember Nature, a project initiated by artist and political activist Gustav Metzger, was launched on 4 November. A call was made encouraging arts practitioners around the world to participate in a Day of Action to highlight the topic of extinction. … Continue reading

Working Eyes Left – Art Practice today and the Labour Movement

A series of talks have been taking place at  ‘Marx Memorial Library’ in London’s Clerkenwell Green. The series, organised by Nick Wright, looked at aspects of visual culture, the labour movement and the ‘left’. Speakers represented various practices from banner … Continue reading