Preview: 1 May 2014, 6.30-8.30pm
Thursday 8 May, 8.30-10.30am
A coffee morning and special viewing of Céline Condorelli’s exhibition. Cakes are generously provided by the East End Women’s Institute.
Saturday 10 May, 2pm
Freelance writer and curator David Bussel will join Céline Condorelli in a tour of the exhibition, using the artworks as a platform to talk about her practice and interests, focusing on the idea of 'working together' and the role of artistic labour today.
Pianist and AMM group member John Tilbury performs a piano accompaniment of Samuel Beckett’s prose piece Stirrings Still using Céline Condorelli’s works in the exhibition.
Wednesday 18 June, 7pm
A talk by sociologist Avery Gordon on the occasion of the launch of Céline Condorelli’s book, The Company She Keeps, which includes a conversation between Gordon and Condorelli.
All events are free to attend but booking is advised. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place.
How to work together
Céline Condorelli’s exhibition is commissioned and produced as part of How to work together, a shared programme of contemporary art commissioning and research organised by Chisenhale Gallery, The Showroom and Studio Voltaire. Together, over three years, we are producing a series of artists’ commissions, exhibitions, events and an online ‘Think Tank’. www.howtoworktogether.org
How to work together is supported by Arts Council England, Bloomberg, Jerwood Charitable Foundation and Outset Contemporary Art Fund.
Gerry Bibby: Tuesday 29 April (preview) – Saturday 21 June
Gerry Bibby (b. 1977, Australia) will interrogate the nature of his commission by spending time back of house at The Showroom.
Testing the complicities between an artist and the organisation, this fieldwork will feed into a manuscript that reflects the artist’s
interest in the social aspects of production. www.theshowroom.org
Ella Kruglyanskaya: Wednesday 10 April (preview) – Sunday 8 June
Ella Kruglyanskaya (b. 1978, Latvia) is best known for her exuberant paintings of women. Depicted in a somewhat cartoon-like
style in a range of scenarios, the artist’s work parodies representations of female sexuality and social interaction. This presentation
will include a large mural, works on paper and oil paintings focused on women engaged in work. www.studiovoltaire.org
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