29 Apr 2010 – 16 May 2010

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Schwartz Gallery

London, United Kingdom


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  • Buses 26 and 388 from Liverpool Street, 276 and 30 from Highbury and Islington or S2 and 236 buses.
  • Transit Hackney Wick Overground (Please note that the Overground service to Hackney Wick is currently suspended on Sundays until December 2009
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An event curated by Patrick Michalopoulos and Ismail Erbil A collaborative project for the tenants of 92 White Post Lane, E9 5EN, Tower Hamlets Borough. Eva Bachmann, Adam Beale, David Blackmore, Dan Bennett, Liam Bierschenk, Joe Childs, Nellie Clements, David Cochrane, John Devolle, George Eksts, Ismail Erbil, Suzy Harvey, Phillip Hennessey, Rebecca Jones, Genie Korrigan, Dan Linn, Isobel Manning, Harry Meadows, Kit Merritt, Patrick Michalopoulos, Narinda Minnaar, Luisa Mota, Paul Noble, Alice Palmer, Rose Pearl, Ffion Roberts,Ashling Smith, Holly Smith, Joel Somerfield, Georgina Starr, Russell Thoburn, Iro Tsavala. Exhibition Dates: Thursday 29th April — Sunday 16th May Opening Hours: Thursday-Sunday 12-6pm Schwartz Gallery invites the tenants of 92 White Post Lane to participate in a unique collaborative project that divides the gallery space into 80 ‘plots' or ‘allotments' reflecting the number of units in the three buildings at 92 White Post Lane. These spaces will be chalked out prior to the works being delivered to the gallery and installed according to the artist/creator's corresponding unit number. This event forms the gallery as ‘meeting point' questioning notions of curatorial responsibility and artistic pedigree. Units not occupied by artists may wish to use this opportunity to create an artwork. Allotments not ‘claimed' by tenants for whatever reason will be left empty. Anyone wishing to collaborate with an artist who is not a tenant at 92 White Post Lane may do so but only in the allotted space and only if the tenant of the corresponding unit is involved in the collaboration. In this way a grid of allotments will be formed that is structured yet undefined; relationships between artworks reflect a diversity of approaches to what art is and how it should be displayed and interpreted while promoting a sense of community. There will be a large allotment allocated for performers on the private view night. Each act will have to have at least one member/tenant of the buildings.

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