Open Weekend: Sarah Kate Wilson & Jeremy Hutchison
Jeremy Hutchison, Sarah Kate Wilson
Monolimum, 2017 (video still)
ARTISTS IN CONVERSATION
Artists: Sarah Kate Wilson and Jeremy Hutchison
Time: 4pm, Saturday 20th October 2017
Join artists Sarah Kate Wilson and Jeremy Hutchison as they discuss cross-overs in their working practices. This special Open Weekend ‘in-conversation’ event will focus on the strategies they employ to produce work and the underpinnings of each of their practices, such as collaboration and labour.
More about the artists:
Sarah Kate Wilson’s paintings defy stasis, meaning any experience of the work, is merely just one of many momentary experiences. She employs materials imbued with particular properties, as a means of ensuring material unfixity and collaborates with audiences to produce paintings that remain in a permanent state of impermanence.
Wilson lives and works in London. Recent exhibitions include ‘Do Disturb’, 2017 at Palais de Tokyo, Paris and ‘Iris’ a solo show at Baltic 39 as part of ‘Figure Three’, Newcastle, 2016. In 2015 she had a solo show at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, California, and in 2014 had a three-person exhibition at The Newlyn Gallery, Cornwall. She curated ‘Painting in Time’ at The Tetley, Leeds in 2015 which then toured to The School of The Arts Institute Chicago, Sullivan Galleries in 2016. Wilson is an Associate Lecturer at Camberwell College of Arts, UAL (Painting) and Bath Spa University (Fine Art).
Jeremy Hutchison (b. 1979) is a British artist based in London. Having received a distinction from the Slade School of Fine Art, he was recently a member of the Whitney Independent Study Program, NYC. Often working in sites of production and consumption, he constructs situations that disrupt the power relations encoded in neoliberal ideology. He has recently exhibited at ICA, London; Modern Art Oxford; V&A Museum, London; Bikini Wax, Mexico City; Jerwood Space, London; Fondazione Prada, Athens; Lisson Gallery, London; Z33, Hasselt; Nassauischer Kunstverein, Weisbaden; EVA International Biennale, Limerick; Radar, Loughborough University; Galeri Mana, Istanbul and Southbank Centre, London.