AirSpace Gallery is pleased to announce Trying to Cope with Things that aren’t Human (Part One) :-
An international touring group exhibition and publication curated by Ian Brown.
Artist: Alan Currall, Alex Pearl, Annika Strom, Francis Mckee, Ian Brown Heather and Ivan Morison, Johanna Hallsten, Mariele Neudecker, Paul Rooney, Richard Hughes, Richard T Walker and Ryan Gander.
This is the second in a series of exhibitions, which started at David Cunningham Projects, San Francisco in January 2009. The accompanying publication comprised of specially commissioned artworks by Paul Rooney, Heather and Ivan Morison, Richard T. Walker, Annika StrÃ¶m, Ian Brown, Ryan Gander, Francis McKee and Alex Pearl will be also available at DCP, AirSpace Gallery and Amazon.
Trying to Cope with Things that Aren’t Human (Part One) is a group exhibition that includes work in a gallery format and in a publishable form.
A New Age
Last week AirSpace showed the work of the Fine Art MA students from Staffordshire University. It was a great atmosphere at the opening and it was wonderful to see so many people at the gallery. It reminded me how important these events are for networking for artists, I saw many faces I haven’t seen for a while and got to catch up with some artists and see how their work is progressing. The work that stood out was that of Russell Willett, a large scale drawing on the back wall of the gallery. Also worth noting was the amusing piece by Chris Parks, the description is of a man waiting for his girlfriend to try on clothes during a shopping trip, but what we see is a pigeon sitting on a fence. It was also good to see some eye-catching work in the window, Andy Nash presented a drill with fans attached, hanging from the ceiling and spinning around in the window space.
Asdsan Workshops 2
AirSpace completed their second series of Asdan Workshops last month. Where they delivered Problem Solving workshops to 9 students from St Peter’s School. The students were taught drawing and photography techniques looking at the subject of self-representation. The workshops culminated in a self-curated and promoted show in the AirSpace window.