AboutMIKE BARRETT | HAZEL DOWLING | KEIRA GREENE | SOPHIE HANSON | LAUREN HOULTON | PAUL KINDERSLEY | KLEIN AND EVELEIGH | SIBYLLA MCGREGOR | EUGENIE SCRASE | CATHERINE TAYLOR | BEX WILLIAMS
Conceived and curated by BENJI JEFFREY
Sisters Burn are excited to invite you to the opening of the second exhibition at our new home, Sassoon Gallery. Conceived and curated by artist Benji Jeffrey, Company Property, takes its name from the Renaissance term for the costumes and sets owned by touring theatre companies. Jeffrey's has drawn together an exciting and eclectic selection of young artists, in a sensual exploration of the implication of performance in the visual language and experience of the work.
Jeffrey's choices explore the potential of exhibition as performance, and he has created a show that blurs the line between exhibition, artwork and performance. The works selected are potential acts, whether in the past, present or future, allowing each visitor a potentially unique engagement with the exhibition. The full duration of the exhibition is 52.15 minutes.
Sisters Burn are delighted to play host to Jeffrey's experimental style as both artist and curator. We are dedicated to providing a platform for experimental practice, using the Sassoon Gallery to enable emerging artists and creative practitioners to play broadly with ideas and processes.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Private View on the 12th August 2010 from 6-10pm, and supported by Kopparberg Cider. In a further exploration of the ideas within the exhibition, Jeffrey's concerns will be further explored through an evening of film and performance, Accompanying Property, co-curated with Paul Kindersley. This evening is to be held in our sister space, New Gallery , London on the evening of 26th August 2010.
Kindly supported by Koppaberg
Sassoon Gallery, 213 Blenheim Grove, London, SE15 4QL
Opening hours Fri-Sun 12pm-6pm