Farewell Event: Only The World Remains

28/07/2017-28/07/2017.

Bridgette Ashton and Nicole Mollett

Farewell Event Friday 28/07/2017 6-8pm.

Curated by

Jo David

To celebrate the conclusion of our current exhibition, Only The World Remains by Bridgette Ashton & Nicole Mollett, and to offer a final chance to see the works on display we’ll be opening late on the closing evening on Friday July 28th.

Join us for drinks and light refreshments with a live performance of magic lanterns by Nicole Mollett and Lee Berwick.

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ONLY THE WORLD REMAINS

Bridgette Ashton and Nicole Mollett

06/05/2017-28/07/2017.

Event: Friday 5 May 6-8pm.

Space Station Sixty-Five is pleased to present Only The World Remains, an exhibition of new works by Bridgette Ashton and Nicole Mollett. The exhibition, the outcome of an ongoing conversation between the artists, is their first major presentation in London and will feature sculpture, performance, installation and print.

Focusing on notions of Artificial Landscape, the works will depict elements and characteristics present in caves,

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Caves, Follies and Grottoes

Bridgette Ashton and Nicole Mollett

09/03/2016-25/06/2016.

Research Phase.

Residency developing ideas about caves, follies, grottoes and hermitages. Ashton and Mollett’s collaborative project will look at staged experiences and artificial landscapes.

The artists have been invited to use the premises as a base to undertake their research towards a second phase later in the year.

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COCKADOODLE : THE EROGENOUS ART OF MAURICE VELLEKOOP

27/02/2015-30/05/2015.

Curated by

Bren O’Callaghan.

Event: Thursday 26th February.

Cockadoodle: Warm, stylish, smutty comics & drawings.

From trans* to time travel, beefcake to queer autobio.

Cockadoodle: The Erogenous Art of Maurice Vellekoop is a flamboyant new exhibition that uncorks the Canadian artist’s contribution to illustration, underground comics and contemporary erotica. It will be Maurice Vellekoop‚’s first London solo exhibition with a wide selection of his erotic output on show alongside other work

This is the opening exhibition of 2015 at Space Station Sixty-Five (SS65),

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Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women
Graphic Details

Curated by Michael Kaminer and Sarah Lightman

23/09/2014-13/12/2014.

Graphic Details is a groundbreaking touring exhibition providing the first in-depth look at a unique and prolific niche of graphic storytelling – Jewish women’s autobiographical comics.

While the influential role of Jews in cartooning has long been acknowledged, the role of Jewish women in shaping the medium is largely unexplored. This exhibition of original drawings, full comic books and graphic novels presents the powerful work of eighteen U.S.,

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The F Word Project
Mumbi & The Long Run, Maureen Burdock

31/05/2014-26/07/2014.

Five Feminist Fables for the Twenty-First Century.

The F Word Project: Five Feminist Fables for the Twenty-first Century is a body of art, collected in a series of feminist graphic novellas by Maureen Burdock.

Each novella features a common heroine originating from a culture whose current traditions cause women hardship, despite which they emerge strong and triumphant. The F Word Project increases awareness of women’s struggles worldwide and the need for elimination of the injustices they experience.

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Northern Souls

21/03/2014-10/05/2014.

Curated by Minna Haukka and Arto Korhonen

Northern Souls presents a wide array of Finnish contemporary artists who focus on minorities and minority experience. These artists dwell on northernness, traversing the mental landscapes of the northern soul. Simultaneously, their works mirror how the polyphony of voices within these communities as well as attitudes towards them, have changed throughout time.

Participating artists include Annika Dahlsten & Markku Laakso, Minna Haukka, Marja Helander,

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Queer Zine Fest London 2013
Queerzine Fest 2013

Sunday 1 December 2013

12 – 17.00

QZFL returns to Space Station Sixty-Five again this December.

A day of screenings, talks and workshops to accompany the zine fair

See the attached programme for Talks & workshops

And check out the facebook page here

Queerzine Fest programme

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Art Lacuna
Jane Harris, My Body Without Organs, 2011

Friday 27 September 2013

Bodies That Matter

A one day and one evening event exploring the cross-over between art, artist and performance through the medium of the peer critique, making the discussions many young artists engage in as an open forum event to include the public.
Up to twenty artists will display and discuss their work during the day, culminating in some Fast & Furious presentation talks on performance by Annabel Frearson and boyleANDshaw.

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Long Time Dead
Study for a family portrait (Shrunken Heads)

Debra Swann

14/09/2013-01/12/2013.

Event September 13, 18.30-20.30.

It is certain that Swann knows very well the strong magic inherent in the ordinary and everyday: take care as you enter her world.

Debra Swann has form when it comes to acting out; in previous works she has taken on a host of roles, performing variously as scientist, explorer, or philanthropist in order to scrutinize the making of myth and history.

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Motorcycle Cultures
Just Badges

Curated by Jo David, Rachael House and Caryn Simonson

04/07/2013-06/07/2013.

Fashioning Bikes, Building Identities.

An exciting short-run exhibition curated to coincide with the International Journal of Motorcycle Studies Conference 2013 in the Triangle Space at Chelsea College of Art.

Motorcycle culture has been a source of inspiration for fashion, film, literature and music ever since motorcycles and their riders were first seen on the streets. The exhibition brings together contemporary art,

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These Foolish Things
PC, David Shenton

01/06/2013-27/07/2013.

Shenton’s cartoons are often camp but they’re not just camp, and they’re not that awful apolitical offensive camp, but a light, knowing, meaningful camp; their first task is to entertain and to make the audience laugh – and often they do much more because the liberation politics that informs his work means that with the laugh there is an acerbic point – a wry observation on how we live or a satirical comment about society and a wider political context,

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Camberwell MA Fine Art- Part two
Perfect Patio - Alice Kelway-Bamber

Friday 31 May 2013

Camberwell MA Fine Art

Curated by Emily Purser

Perfect Patio

EVENT/OPENING: All Welcome
31 May 6.30-8.30 only

SS65 are pleased to support Camberwell MA Fine Art by hosting two one night exhibitions.

The first exhibition took place on March 15th,
Please see ‘Ides Of March’

The works of nine artists from the MA Fine Arts programme at Camberwell &

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E-Motion Capture
Karen Yasinsky, Still from 'Le Matin'

Friday 22 March 2013

‘Hands-on’ contemporary artists’ film.

Selected by Kim L Pace

EVENT/OPENING: All Welcome
Screening and discussion
22 March only
18.30 – 20.30

Confirmed participants in the screening event are:

Edwina Ashton
Rachel Cattle & Steve Richards
Rachel Goodyear
Lewis Klahr
Kirsten Lepore
Jessie Mott & Steve Reinke
Kim L Pace
Karen Yasinsky

Places are limited.

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Small Islands #3
Small Islands, Charlotte Squire

Charlotte Squire

16/03/2013-18/05/2013.

From an ongoing installation series, Small Islands#3 presents possible lives for dispossessed objects reimagined & reconfigured… They are all the more curious for their mundane origins. Their reconstructed world allows them space to exist as a site for undocumented histories that might be actual or fictional.

For full Press Release Click here

Dulwich Onview review Click Here

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Camberwell MA Fine Art – Part One
Ides of March

Curated by Camberwell MA Fine Art

Friday 15 March 2013

Ides of March

EVENT/OPENING: All Welcome
March 15, 18.30-20.30

SS65 are pleased to support Camberwell MA Fine Art by hosting two one night exhibitions.

The second exhibition will be on May 31st 2013

Ten artists from the MA Fine Art programme at Camberwell College of Arts present an exhibition celebrating the madness,

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Early Warning Signs
Early Warning Signs first day at SS65

01/01/2013-31/12/2013. Climate Change.

Ellie Harrison

Space Station Sixty-Five are hosting Ellie Harrison’s Early Warning Signs project for the whole of 2013.

About the Project

The Early Warning Signs project was one of the outcomes of Ellie Harrison’s period as artist-in-residence at Two Degrees festival: a week of ‘art and activism, climate and cuts’, which took place at Artsadmin in London from 12 – 18 June 2011.

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Queer Zine Fest London
Queer Zine Fest London

Curated by Charlotte Richardson Andrews

Saturday 8 December 2012

EVENT/OPENING: All Welcome
Saturday 8th December 2012

Opening hours
For one day only
12-7pm

The inaugural Queer Zine Fest London takes place on Saturday 8th December at Space Station Sixty-Five, and aims to create a space where queer ‘zinesters’ can celebrate queer lo-fi DIY zine culture and connect, socialize, plot, scheme, create, read,

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Shape & Situate
Shape & Situate

08/12/2012-13/01/2013

Posters Of Inspirational European Women.

December 2012/January 2013.

An exhibition of 97 posters from the Zine Shape & Situate

To coincide with Queer Zine Fest London on the 8th December.

Shape & Situate is a zine of posters made by artists and DIY creative folk from within Europe, each poster highlighting the (often hidden) history and lives of radical inspirational women and collectives from Europe,

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Music & Liberation
Deborah M. Withers The Fabulous Dirt Sisters from The Feminist Music Archive

Curated by Deborah M Withers

30/11/2012-13/01/2013.

Opening: Friday 30 November 6.30-8.30pm.

Opening hours Thurday to Sunday 12 to 6pm.

An exhibition about Women’s Liberation Music Making in the UK. It will showcase how feminists used music as an activist tool to entertain and empower women during the 1970s and 1980s. It brings together for the first time a diverse collection of women’s cultural heritage to inspire and inform contemporary audiences about the politics of music making.

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