Sarah Gillham, Mindy Lee, Susan Sluglett and Paul Westcombe
“The body is often described in art in terms of its objecthood, but as a cultural site linking many disciplines and branches of thought it might be imagined as protean territory that is never ‘done’ and cannot be mapped in a singular fashion. In the connective tissue between the humanities and the sciences are innumerable individual human stories, feeding different forms of study and, down the line, re-informing collective experience. It’s the gristly interstices between the knowledge of what we are (complex biological machines, thinkers, workers, creators, friends, lovers, baby makers) and the experiences that shape who we are, which appear of particular interest to Sarah Gillham, Mindy L...
Katherine Araniello (GB), Eugen El (D), Sarah Gillham (GB), Norman Hildebrandt (D), Henry Hussey (GB), Wolfgang Klee (D), Line Krom (D), Björn Larsson and Carl Johan Erikson (S), Fall Karin Lindholm (S), Mindy Lee (GB), Erhard Paul Meier (DK), Astrid Stricker (D), Emma Talbot (GB), XSexcentenary (GB)
Curated by Aline von der Assen
The exhibition Rumpy Bees & Pumpy Blooms focuses on sexuality and gender. Generations and locations shape images of sexuality. Sexuality as the essence of human life, points far beyond the private sphere. Sexuality impacts both on our personal lives and politics. Each and every one of us needs a position in regard to questions of gender...
I will be showing work over the weekend and running a workshop 'Transforming the Found' from 12.30pm on Sunday.Using different craft techniques to transform domestic objects. As part of Art licks Weekend 2017.
Private View: 6 – 9pm 28 September 2017
29 Sep-1Oct Friday-Sunday, 12-6pm
Number 13, Cambrian Close, York Hill, London SE27 0BS
In Infancy reveals the beginnings of two autobiographical projects initiated by artists Sarah Gillham and Mindy Lee shortly before and since the birth of their sons. This work in progress shows an evolving narrative growing out of intimate moments of daily domestic life. These private moments submerged within infancy disconnect from a sentimental nostalgia to transform routine, ritual and fetishisation into a mythology of the bodies’ inner and outer states. These bodies of work also echo and mirror the interconnectedness of life and death.
Sex Shop has been conceived and curated by Sarah Gillham, Darren Narin and Jack Stokoe.
Salvatore Arancio, Susan Beattie & Yvonne Stone, Bronwen Buckeridge, Robert Cary Williams, Tamsin Clark & Peter Saville, Blue Curry, Jorge de la Garza, Jess Eaton, Tessa Farmer, Keith Farquhar, Jon Fawcett, Nick Fox, Tom Gallant, Sarah Gillham, Patrick Goddard, Paul Hazelton, Richard Healy, Joey Holder, Nick Land, Liane Lang, Debbie Lawson, LEAK, Mindy Lee, Cathy Lomax, Dave Maclean (Django Django), Clare Mitten, Catherine Morland, Laura Morrison, Évelie Mouila, Darren Nai...