EXECUTIVE CHAIR AT GUEST PROJECTS
8 - 30TH JAN 2015
Executive Chair launched at Guest Projects in London on January 8th 2015.
Through a series of installations, artists touch upon issues such as corporate influence upon workspace, the office as a site of production, and the factor of miscommunication in work relations.
Haydn Jones’ interest lies in re-purposed technologies and the relationship between individuals, states, and networks. Fabio Lattanzi Antinori’s work deals with issues of social production, body, and data. Jonathan Munro is concerned with creating sculptural objects; intervening in spaces and crafting experiences that question different notions of seeing and interactivity within art.
In the context of this exhibition, each artist took up a specific aspect of the theme while developing their individual artworks in relation to those of the others, creating a sense of communal approach to the exhibition while keeping their unique artistic style.
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Photography by Tom Carter, www.tomcarter.co.uk.
PRIVATE VIEW - 08/01/15
View photographs from the opening evening at Guest Projects.
BOARD MEETING - 24/01/15
View details of our panel discussion, Board Meeting with Bill Balaskas at Guest Projects.
19/01/15 - 19/02/15
New Exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Cuts
Following the success of Executive Chair at Guest Projects, new works by the artists will be exhibited as part of the Museum of Contemporary Cuts (MoCC) programme.
The MoCC show, titled Executed, will run online between 19 January - 19 February 2015.
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Artist Talk at Chisenhale Studios
At 18:00 on Thursday 22 January, Executive Chair artists Haydn Jones, Fabio Lattanzi Antinori and Jonathan Munro will be doing an artist talk at the Chisenhale Studios, the host of this month’s Thursday Club.
Full event details: available here or join the Facebook Event.
EXECUTIVE DINING - You Are Cordially Invited...
Working closely in conjunction with the Executive Chair artists, pop-up restaurant Bia hosted a one-off dining event on Sunday 25 January, 19:00 as part of the exhibition's programme of events.
Taking their cues from the opulence and excesses of the executive world, Bia offered their unique take on the corporate wining and dining experience, culminating in a lavish three course feast held at F. Cooke's on Broadway Market.