News from Liverpool A Foundation…
A Curriculum – PARTICIPANTS ANNOUNCED
A Foundation Artist Residency
In association with Saatchi Online and John Moores University
A Foundation is pleased to announce the eight artists selected to participate in A Curriculum, 2010 are:
Florian Bielefeldt (Berlin, Germany)
Noel Cluit (Blackpool, UK)
Przemek Dzienis (Łódź, Poland)
Myles Painter (London, UK)
Hannah Perry (Cheshire, UK)
Elizabeth Skadden (Berlin, Germany)
Emily Speed (Liverpool, UK)
Philip Root (Northants, UK)
These artists were chosen from a Europe-wide open submission for the new A Curriculum Artist Residency at A Foundation, Liverpool, taking place between 8th March and 2nd May 2010. The residents will be provided with studio space within A Foundation, Liverpool’s Blade Factory. Assisting their studio time will be a programme of discussions and tutorials from a wide variety of art professionals who are active as artists, gallerists, collectors, commissioners or curators.
Visit our website for further information about A Curriculum.
The Economy of the Gift
9 April – 22 May 2010, Preview 8 April 2010
The Economyof the Gift offers a unique experience for contemporary collectors in search of a boutique scaled art fair. It will present eight artists and eight galleries curated by Ticiana Correa and explore the idea of value in a time of market crisis.
Four English galleries from outside the London Orbital were asked to select four international partners. Participants then select an artist represented by their partner. In this process a discourse is created at which the concept of the gift is at the heart of the exchange.
Installation Volunteers Required
This is a fantastic opportunity to work alongside an international artist to assist in the production of a large installation at the A Foundation. Jacob Dahlgren will be producing a large floor based installation consisting of a range of locally sourced materials. A workshop will be set up within A Foundation where his assistants will be sourcing materials, painting, cutting wood, building cubes and preparing materials for installation. Training will be provided by the artist and volunteers will be working as part of a team of artists and technicians.
Ideally volunteers would be able to commit to work between 4-5 days a week throughout March. All volunteers will be given a limited edition signed print by the artist and expenses will be covered.
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