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One-to-Ones are back…

One-to-Ones are free sessions with us or visiting artists or curators. Each session is around 45minutes long, which is usually long enough to focus on your main aims. The sessions centre on practice. It is a chance to discuss work, gain feedback and / or observations and it can offer a sounding board for ideas. We always try to match artists so that you get the most out of the session, to do that we ask that you send us a bit more information.

These sessions are limited, but this is something that we will be doing online each month.   

Emma Cousin  

31/07/20

Deadline: 29/07/20

Emma worked with us during Survey last year and we featured her podcast series in last months bulletin. In her images, Cousin brings to bear the body and auto-biographical detail on social critique, probing boundaries and contact, which expose our reliance on each other to be both violent and intimate.

In her figurative paintings and drawings Cousin stages complex explorations of semiotics, social conventions and body language. Darkly comic parades of characters contort across the canvas and spring from the examination of particular linguistic idioms and sayings; themselves the product of centuries of social habitus and convention. Her figures, in their interactions, excesses, leakages, and gurns, explore the expectations placed on our bodies, and the ways we navigate our limits and drives.

To apply for a slot Click here

Noëmi Lakmaier

06/08/20

Deadline: 31/07/20

It’s great to welcome back Noëmi Lakmaier to deliver one-to-ones this month. Noëmi Lakmaier is an Austrian-born, London based live-artist with an interest in how we relate to others as embodied beings-in-the-world. 

Noëmi Lakmaier’s work explores notions of the ‘Other’ ranging from the physical to the philosophical, the personal to the political. Through the use of everyday materials as well as her own body and the bodies of others, she constructs temporary living installations – alternative physical realities – exploring the psychological implications of power, control and insecurity, the drive to belong and succeed as well as feelings of self-doubt and otherness. 

She has exhibited and performed widely both in the UK and internationally. Recent projects include The Task of Containing (Tate Modern, London & ArtVaults, Southhampton), Cherophobia (Shoreditch Church, London 2016 and Sydney Opera House, 2017 and Undress/Re-Dress, which has toured internationally since its first manifestation in 2011. She also works as a qualified and registered existential psychotherapist. 

To apply for a slot  Click here

 

Shiri Shalmy

07 & 10/08/20

Deadline: 29/07/20

We are pleased to host one-to-ones with Shiri Shalmy this month. Shiri is an independent curator and creative producer with extensive experience of developing and managing large scale art projects in the public realm, including exhibitions, festivals, research projects and residencies with UK and international artists, galleries and art organisations.

Shiri is co-founder and co-organiser of Antiuniversity Now, an autonomous radical learning and mutual education project; founder and co-organiser of Cooperation Town, a new network of community-led food co-ops; one half of Giant Bomb, a collaborative art project with her son Lucian; a trade union organiser with United Sex Workersand a founding member of the Design and Culture Workersunion branch. 

To apply for a slot Click here 

 

 

 

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