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16/1/2017

Please join us this Thursday 19 January, 6.30-8.30pm for the opening of Alex Baczynski-Jenkins’ exhibition The tremble, the symptom, the swell and the hole together, a new body of work and the largest commission to date by the London and Warsaw-based artist and choreographer. For his new commission Baczynski-Jenkins presents a choreography that unfolds across the duration of the exhibition, examining the relationships between affection, distraction, desire and loss. Performed by Baczynski-Jenkins’ collaborators, the choreography incorporates two temporal formats: fortnightly ‘Episodes’ on Thursday evenings, followed by extended ‘Fugue’ performances every Friday to Sunday, 2-6pm. To find out more about the exhibition, please click here.

This exhibition has been made possible by the kind support of the Gaia Art Foundation. With additional thanks to Arts Council England Grants for the Arts, Delfina Foundation and Chisenhale Dance Space.   

The tremble, the symptom, the swell and the hole together is developed in collaboration with and performed by Magdalena Chowaniec, Jia-Yu Corti, Kwabena Darko, Jonathan Gonzalez, Samuel Kennedy, Matthew Morris, Jayson Patterson and Thelma Sharma.

Admission is free and no booking is required. The gallery has limited capacity and visitors will be admitted on a first-come-first-served basis. Please click here to see the dates and times of the Episodes and Fugues.

In association with Alex Baczynski-Jenkins’ exhibition we have a programme of related events including a conversation between the artist and Catherine Wood, Senior Curator of International Art (Performance) at Tate on Thursday 9 February, 7pm. For more information on all of the events please click here.

Thank you to all of the artists who have been in residence on Chisenhale Gallery’s Instagram, which began in 2014 with Ed Fornieles. Many thanks to Chisenhale Alumni Caragh Thuring, Patrick Staff, Ahmet Ögüt, Nicholas Mangan, Jumana Manna, Park McArthur, Yuri Pattison, Leah Clements, Josh Bitelli, Milo van der Maaden, Imran Perretta, Shen Xin, Ian Law and Ed Fornieles. Follow us on Instagram for updates, news and behind the scenes insights to our exhibitions, events and offsite projects.

Chisenhale Gallery would like to welcome our new Development Coordinator, Kathryne Honey to the team. Kathryne will be managing our Benefactors Programme. We would like to thank all of our Benefactors for their ongoing support.


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