3pm exhibition open for viewing.
3.30pm Screening of Road Back to Relevance, followed by Dan Rees in conversation with Gareth Bell-Jones.
4.30pm publication launch.
Dan Rees (b, UK) is based between London and Berlin. His practice spans painting, sculpture photography and video. He studied at Camberwell College Of Arts (2001-2004) and at Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste Städelschule, Frankfurt (2007-2009). Recent exhibition include: Ruins of the Cambrian Age, Tanya Leighton, Berlin; Depressed Earth, Múrias | Centeno, Lisbon; Road Back To Relevance, Nomas Foundation, Rome in 2016; Stimulate Surprise, Tanya Leighton, Berlin; Think Local Act Global, MOT International, Brussels in 2015; Top Heavy, T293, Rome and Kelp, National Museum of Wales in 2013.
Gareth Bell-Jones (b. 1982) is an independent curator and writer based in London and Berlin. For four and a half years to 2014 he worked as a curator for Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, where he has curated residencies, exhibitions, retreats, events and an annual music festival with a wide range of artists and practitioners including Jesse Darling, Gustav Metzger, Elizabeth Price, Ed Atkins and Keren Cytter to mention a few. For the same duration he has been a regular visiting tutor to the Royal College of Art Curating Contemporary Art Department. Before working at Wysing he studied curating at the RCA, where his thesis was on the theme of Boredom, and curated and ran the Tricycle Gallery in Kilburn for three years. Recent catalogue commissions and artists texts have included Laure Provost, Agata Madejska and Marlie Mul, whereby he generally takes a fictionalised approach to interpretation
Assembly point has extended opening during Frieze week and Art Licks Weekend.✨
03 – 07 October,2018
Wed – Fri 12-6pm and open all weekend Sat - Sun 12-6pm
or by appointment.