Exhibition

3 DARTBOARD (CONSTELLATION) GIORGIO SADOTTI

22 Apr 2017 – 21 May 2017

Event times

Thursday - Sunday, 12.00 - 18.00

Cost of entry

Free

London
England, United Kingdom

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  • 161 / 177 / 180 / 472 Bus stops are located; east-bound and west-bound: Woolwich, Warspite Road (6 mins walk)
  • North Greenwich (Take the Route Bus 472 towards Thamesmead Town Centre)
  • Woolwich Dockyard (8 mins walk) and Charlton (12 mins walk)

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A group exhibition of over 40 artists curated by Giorgio Sadotti specifically for Thames-Side Studios Gallery.

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STEPHEN BEASLEY, DAVID BURROWS, SIMON LIDDIMENT, RAPHAEL LINSI, CARLOS NORONHA FEIO, SIMON WACHSMUTH, JACQUES ROGERS, LAWRENCE LEAMAN, STEFANO PASQUINI, ELEANOR BROWN, ELIZABETH WRIGHT, NEIL GALL, PRIMOŽ KLANJŠEK, PEDRO WIRZ, JEMIMA STEHLI, SHAHIN AFRASSIABI, KARIN FELBERMAYR, GRAHAM FAGEN, MATT HALE, CHRIS WATTS, LIAM GILLICK, SARAH BERNAUER, FABIAN MARTI, LISA KIRK, ROSS DOWNES, D J SIMPSON, LUCAS LICCINI, HANNAH DOUCET, IVAN SEAL, BRIDGET SMITH, LORENZ KLINGEBIEL, DENNA CARTAMKHOOB, LAURA ELDRET, JONATHAN MURPHY, NICK ENGLAND, ELLA FINER, SHARON KIVLAND, SAUL WILLIAMS, FRASER MUGGERIDGE, SARINA SCHEIDEGGER, ARIANE KOCH 

It is an exhibition in keeping with my former projects where I invite other artists to make a contribution toward a whole artwork where the outcome is unknown until the variety of dissimilar attitudes are formed.
A group coming together to form a dissident yet coherent whole.
The realising of a potential for the many to be one.
Specific instructions are given by me but with I hope enough freedom and slippage within the remit to illicit an exciting and unexpected conclusion.
In this instance the resulting art will have the appearance of a DARTBOARD game built through adhering to a system of linguistic instruction and be actually physically used as a game by throwing darts into it.
The idea of making holes into, inadvertently constellating, puncturing and deflating an art work could be seen as (amongst a host of other things) a questioning of the overprotective and precious evaluation we tend to equate with art.

GS MARCH 2017

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