The deadline for submitting artwork for our Landscape Show in September is nearly here – so this is the last chance to apply. Details are on our website:
We are really looking forward to getting down to the serious task of choosing and shaping the show with our guest curators.
The phrase is, follow us on Twitter I think. We have just become tweeters or tweetists, not me at this point but the other Queens of Hungary. Administrating the various online profiles and presence takes time of course – 2 minutes here, 2 hours there – but it would be foolhardy not to do it for the Project Space.
Excited. We have just selected our 2013 artist in residence. We’re really looking forward to working with artist Amelia Crouch:
Amelia will have an ongoing conversation with our scientist guest speaker Hugh Aldersey-Williams, prior to her residency, so some interesting work should come out of this.
Amelai has just set up a blog to aid yhis process. Here’s the link to the blog http://www.ameliacrouch.comnews/vulgar-errors>
“Thus far it’s serving as a scrap book for headlines/articles which I am aiming to collect daily. As I read Browne and the project progresses I’ll use it more to record my ideas and artwork development. Then it will probably be more useful and interesting for you to follow to see what I am up to.”
The Sinopticon talk with Stephanie and Eliza Gluckman went very well on Thursday night, despite the desperately cold temperatures. What a fascinating concept for a show and some very brilliant work too. However, I was on projector and powerpoint duty and honestly, I could barely feel my index finger by the end of the talk and that was with 3 heaters on the go. We thought that the coldest weather would be passed by the 21st March (Norouz incidently) and the vernal equinox. I have some days off work this week to have some concentrated time on the studio, so I hope it defrosts.
Following the talk, we had a couple of interesting conversations with audience members who might also be interested in giving talks at the Project Space in the future.
The QH is receiving a promising amount of proposals and work submitted for our September Landscape exhibition. And a few weeks to go yet until our 5th April deadline. We hope that we’ll be joined in the selection process by curator Eliza Gluckman. Eliza is also co-presenting the Sinopticon talk at The Project Space next Thursday, so we’ll have a chance for a pre-selection chat.
Stephanie was with Eliza at Danson House, Bexleyheath, earlier in the week installing her work for the Sinopticon show, ‘Couriers of Taste’.