Into the Wild Residency: Studio4
Into the Wild participants (2015-16) are undertaking a three month group residency in Studio4. During March, April and May, the 14 artists will develop collaborative and independent work, test ideas and share processes through public events. They will additionally receive mentoring, curatorial and practical support to develop new opportunities to present work and reach new audiences. We are fortunate to have two emerging curators joining the team: Bar Yerushalmi and Emma Warburton. Prior to this residency, participants attended an 8-week taught course (1 full day per week) covering practical subjects such as audience development, fundraising and ways of working.
Into the Wild is a free professional development programme for 14 selected recent BA graduates, designed and taught by Chisenhale Studio artists alongside a team of successful visiting artists and curators. Now in its second year, the course aims to offer support and inspiration to artists in the early stages of their career and in need of practical advice on how to survive and thrive beyond art school. The course has had an empowering effect on its participants’ confidence and practice. Since joining the programme, Into the Wild artists have been prolific in their achievements; from winning major awards and scholarships, to taking part in international exhibitions and residencies. Many have founded galleries and collectives, several have been awarded places at top postgraduate universities and one is even starring as the leading character in an Indian zombie movie!
Into the Wild Artists 2015-16:
Arzu Altin, Leena Chauhan, Jennifer Farrow Moore, John Fletcher,Tom James, Mark Lewis, Karanjit Panesar, Jack Otway, Sarah Roberts, Rebecca Sangster, Nikita Shergill, Gabriella Sonabend, Dickie Webb and Tascha Young
Judith Carlton (CGP), Vanessa Carlos (Carlos|Ishikawa), Michaela Crimmin (Culture+Conflict), Doug Fishbone (Artist), Justin Hammond (Curator, Art Catlin), Belinda Holden (Futurecity), Dunya Kalantery (Independent Curator, The Function Room), Charlie Levine (Independent Curator, Sluice Art Fair), Sally O’Reilly (Artist & Writer), and Nikki Tomlinson (Artsadmin)
Speakers from Chisenhale Studios:
Shezad Dawood, Rebecca Glover, Ingrid Kerma, Kate Hardy, Tim Knowles, Richard Layzell, Nadine Mahoney, Zoe Mendelson, Alicia Paz and Sarah Kate Wilson.
Into the Wild is supported by Arts Council England and the artists at Chisenhale Studios.