Exhibition

TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS, 14 March — 22 April 2012

14 Mar 2012 – 21 Apr 2012

Regular opening hours

Monday
10:00 – 17:00
Tuesday
10:00 – 17:00
Wednesday
10:00 – 17:00
Thursday
10:00 – 17:00
Friday
10:00 – 17:00
Saturday
10:00 – 17:00
Sunday
00:00 – 17:00

Cost of entry

Free

Jerwood Arts

London
England, United Kingdom

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THE JERWOOD/FILM AND VIDEO UMBRELLA AWARDS TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS 14 March — 22 April 2012 JVA at Jerwood Space, London Ed Atkins, Emma Hart, Naheed Raza and Corin Sworn are four of the most exciting new talents to emerge on the contemporary art scene. Picked from a 50-strong nominated shortlist of early to mid-career artists specialising in the moving-image, Atkins, Hart, Raza and Sworn were selected last summer, as the first recipients of The Jerwood/Film and Video Umbrella Awards. These awards (consisting of a £4,000 bursary, including production support from Film and Video Umbrella) were given to each artist to develop proposals for a ‘project for the future' — providing a platform to move their practice forward (and highlight where their thoughts are heading), while also reflecting on ideas and images of ‘the future' and how they resonate in the present. These pilot projects are on exhibition as part of Tomorrow Never Knows, curated by Film and Video Umbrella and Jerwood Visual Arts. As an exhibition, Tomorrow Never Knows is itself a different, forward-looking proposition. The pieces on display have deliberately not been conceived as finished articles but demonstrations of potential and declarations of intent. During the exhibition run, two of the featured artists will each be awarded a £20,000 commission to continue and complete their projects. The finished works will then premiere at Jerwood Space in early 2013 before travelling to CCA (Centre for Contemporary Art) in Glasgow. The exhibition theme reflects both on our appetite for making predictions, and on the uncertainties of ‘futurology'. As well as a showcase of artists for whom a bright future can confidently be anticipated, the exhibition considers the theme of ‘futures past'. Casting its mind back to moments in history when a particular style or aesthetic was deemed to be the wave of the future, it will remind us of tomorrows that never quite happened, whilst also revisiting and re-appraising some of that untapped potential. These themes are extended in a series of talks and events planned at Jerwood Visual Arts and, later this year, at CCA. More details on these will follow shortly and will be published on tomorrowneverknows.org.uk www.tomorrowneverknows.org.uk www.jerwoodvisualarts.org T: 020 76540171 E: jva@jerwoodspace.co.uk Twitter: @JerwoodJVA @FilmVidUmbrella #TNK12 JVA at Jerwood Space, 171 Union Street, Bankside, London, SE1 0LN Admission free Monday — Friday 10am — 5pm; Saturday & Sunday 10am — 3pm; Closed Bank Holidays The Gallery is open until 8pm on Friday 30 March as part of SLAM Fridays. Nearest tube: Southwark, London Bridge or Borough

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