Welcome To The Hotscent Experience Part 2
Closing event Friday 28 January 2005 6.30-9pm. Viewed from the street: 24 hours.
Restoration is a homage to the artists own childhood; one spent in awe of the imposing houses and grand historicism of his local area, Greenwich, and submerged in imaginary worlds of palaces and princesses, to transport him from the domestic reality of his own life. The physical act of handling materials, making, pinning, sewing or drawing,
Opening Meet Friday 12th November 2004, 6.30-9pm, All welcome.
SLOAPsolutions’ latest project. “Welcome to The Hot Scent Experience” proposes the staging of that most embattled of country pursuits – a fox hunt – in the streets around the Space Station Sixty-Five gallery in Dulwich.
The rural life has proved an enduring paradigm for the successive urban reform movements that have sought to shape the European City in the wake of industrialisation.
Welcome To The Hotscent Experience Part 1
Product Launch 17th September 2004, 6.30-9pm.
Visitors are invited to take Blob away for a mere £3.00 each, allowing it to become part of their lives, Think about Blob, play with it, talk about it, or just neglect it.
Blob, watch it transform.
Amanda Francis is interested in exploring the efficacy of the art object in society. Traditionally the art object has been a class-bound entity,
Evening event Friday 13th August 2004, 6.30-9pm.
Territory, both a rural and urban concern, is the way in which space can be claimed and controlled. However Spaces left Over After Planning (SLOAPS) can neither be controlled nor claimed, and become pockets of disruption within the cityscape….
Perceived as a sly and cunning pest in rural communities, in an urban context, the fox is thought of as a benign presence.
PRESS PREVIEW: Thursday 10 June 2004 2-4 pm
PRIVATE VIEW: Friday 11 June 2004 6.30-9 pm.
Kevin Osmond’s new work questions the mundane. He asks, “How many forms can be made from the length of a paperclip?” “what kind of doodles can be created from the life of one pen?” “How infinite is a constellation of wooden rods?”
Osmond transforms cheap and familiar office and household products,
Saturday 1 May 2004
Peckham Pet-Tastic is a fancy dress picnic for dogs and their owners. .Inspired by Macy’s Pet-Acular in New York, the annual Easter bonnet parade for dogs, Rachael House is bringing New York glamour to the heart of Peckham. Dog owners are invited to dress up their dogs and come along. All welcome! No entrance charge.
Dogs will remain the responsibility of their owners at all times. All dogs must be kept on leads.
London Art Fair
Event/Opening: 12 March 2004, 6 – 9pm.
A window show at Space Station Sixty-Five. Taxidermy in the expanded field of art. A window show at Space Station Sixty-Five.
Cathie Pilkington’s work is a kind of taxidermy in the expanded field of art. It is a taxidermy of discarded, outmoded objects rather than carcasses. There is no material or object so utterly dead and dilapidated that it cannot be “sat up”,
Wednesday 14 January 2004
We were invited to be part of the START section.
Thy Neighbours’ Ox
Event Opening 6.30 – 9 pm December 12th 2003.
A Space Station Sixty-Five continuous window show. Endurance/performance video installation of exaggerated drag and uncomfortable camp turning ugly.
Dandy features a strangely comical, sexually ambiguous and luridly colourful caricature of clownish drag. In this cabaret guise, the artist performs a doomed attempt of sustaining a lively and spontaneous moment for the video camera. Initially the viewer is arrested with a photographically still image of the character in an expressive and playful pose,
Guy Allott, Wilhelmina Baldwin, Steve Bunn, Benedict Carpenter, Jo David, Eric, Amanda Francis, Ana Genoves, John Gerrard, Joy Gerrard, Brian Griffiths, Katharina Heilein, James Hyde, Paul Jones, Sarah Jones, Stephen Nelson, Mirja Oksanen, Paul O�Kane, Michael Samuels and Alison Wilding
Opening Event Wednesday 24 September 6.30-9pm 2003.
Thy Neighbours’ Ox samples the objects of our desires.
At the start of it’s second year Space Station Sixty-Five expands its aim of bringing together artists at different stages of their career.
Event/Opening 9th August 6.00-9.00pm 2003
A window exhibition by Jenni Grove.A unique property located at the south end of Clissold Park. Built against an existing structure and camouflaged to its surroundings, this is a well protected and secure property. It boasts 24hr human porterage and two separate entrances to both sides of the property. Viewing highly recommended.
A Little Local Difficulty
Monday 16th June 6-9pm 2003.
Objective – to make 3D topographical description of an imagined place. Made out of cardboard from drawings influenced by Martian and Lunar landscape. This installation will continue the theme of landscapes from somewhere else.
Whilst an undergraduate at the Royal College, Paul became concerned with the intrinsic nature of materials. How they behave, their surface qualities and potential form and the ‘right’
Event/Opening 21 February 2003 6pm-9pm.
oh, we’ll take it back someday, mark my word.
On The Box
opening event 22 Jan 2003 6-9pm. closing event 12 Feb 2003 6-9pm
sometime town is a process-based exploration; a dissecting of the artist’s past and present, and an interaction with the social and physical landscape of Essex, in an attempt to gain a greater sense of self and place, to be enlightened and ultimately, to discover beauty in the everyday.
In my early twenties, as I drove back home towards the house I shared with my parents in Stanford-le-Hope,
A Space Station Sixty-Five window installation.