Alessandra Poggianti / Sarah
Ciraci, Emre Huner,
Barrington De La Roche / Inesa
Charlotte Moth / Peter Fillingham
Dimitra Vamiali / Sam Herbert,
Dani Jakob, Janice Kerbel,
Karen Kilimnik, Richard Woods
Edward Chell / Karl Baker
Emily Allchurch / Nigel Warburton,
Xavier Bray, Minna Moore Ede
Giovanni Manunta [Pastorello]
Graham Ellard / Steven Johnstone
Jemima Stehli / Lewis Amar
Jo Mitchell / Sean Dawson
Joe Banks / Caroline Grigson
John Francescutti / Lanfranco
Liam Scully, Katherine Tolladay,
Elizabeth McAlphine, Anthony
Mark Aerial Waller
Matt Green / Nathan Bigg
Matti Isan Blind
Maurizio Bortolotti / Map Office:
Guitierrez and Portefaix
Peter Lloyd Lewis
Steve Mykietin, Guy Billings,
Suzi Webster / Jordan Benwick
William Alexander, Greg Cox,
Vanessa Scully, Michael Grime
creates spaces and frameworks for exploring emerging practices
in contemporary art.
E:vent director Colm Lally
works together with artists,
collaborators and independent curators on a unique and exciting
programme that includes exhibitions of contemporary art,
experimental music, sound art,
film and video.
Our intention is to promote an appreciation for emerging creative
practices and to contribute to a critical discourse,
locating the work in relation to a wider art community,
both nationally and internationally.
E:vent has adopted a model
of practice used by Galileo -
the interrogation of a reliable witness to an event.
This simple yet powerful idea is a shift of emphasis from
the object to a system oriented practice,
and in our context moves away from the tradition of a fixed
white cube as interface to contemporary art and culture.
Adopting this model
are seeking the engagement of each protagonist -
artist, curator and interpreter
- in a collaborative event.
E:vent also facilitates educational
workshops with local kids,
hosts forum dinners and engages in community development projects.
E:vent has developed strong
partnerships with higher educational institutions and each
year presents a cross section of graduate work from London
E:vent undertakes research
with partner organisations to develop new ways of thinking
about constructed cultural spaces,
both online and built environments.
We are interested in how these environments intersect with
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