Adjacent Practice Colliding Daily - Ninna Bohn Pedersen, Rafal Zajko & guests

8 May 2013 – 26 May 2013

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Wednesday to Sundays, 1pm to 6pm

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Acme Project Space

London, United Kingdom


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  • Bus: D3 & 309
  • Underground: Bethnal Green
  • Train: Cambridge Heath
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Rules 1. Everything is public 2. We must inhabit a position of control 3. No one can keep a position of control 4. Everything is art 5. Everyone must interact 6. Vetoes will be published 7. Experiments will be commemorated 8. Things must collide daily 9. Everything is open to interpretation 10. We will break ‘Adjacent Practice Colliding Daily' is an experiment. The two adjacent galleries in the Acme Project Space will be used as artists' and curators' studios to test the distinctions between places of production and display. This will be a collaboration between Acme artists Ninna Bohn Pedersen (Adrian Carruthers Award), Rafal Zajko (Chelsea Studio Award) and curators Anna Clifford, Matan Daube, Katherine Finerty, Dunya Kalantery, Gregory Lenczuk and Victor Wang (RCA Curating Contemporary Art). Artists and curators will be working together in the space for the three week duration, unfolding as a continuous event open to the public. Rafal Zajko: 8 — 12 May 2013 Opening preview: Wednesday 8 May, 6-9pm Performance: Saturday 11 May, 7-9pm Ninna Bohn Pedersen: 15 — 19 May 2013 Opening: Wednesday 15 May, 6-9pm Closing event: Sunday 19 May, 1-6pm Unscheduled collaboration: 22 — 26 May 2013 Closing review: Sunday 26 May, 1-6pm The show continues Acme's annual collaboration with the Royal College of Art, Curating Contemporary Art MA, whereby first-year students undertake a series of studio visits to artists who are part of Acme's Residency, Awards & Community Programme. Following detailed research and planning the students then lead on an exhibition proposal and manage all stages of the process to fruition, receiving support and advice from college tutors and Acme. The project provides an opportunity for students to put into practice their skills and knowledge accumulated during their studies and provides a framework for Acme artists to encounter and develop critical dialogue with young curators.


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