| [ D I S C U R S I V E S P A C E S ] | Residency project | Artist David Checkley
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About the Event
The [ Discursive spaces ] residency project is an annual 6 month program of mentoring and engagement between the physical and philosophical spaces in which our local communities are creating and therefore contributing to its ever expanding [ spaces within spaces ] in our city.
| About the project |
|[ H E T E R O T O P I A S ] |01/01 - 01/08 | 2020 Five West Midlands based artists have been chosen for a paid residency to produce a solo show in response to community engagement and research of ‘Heterotopia’s’. Each artist will undertake a one month residency in our gallery and studio spaces, where the research will inform an artistic outcome in the form of a solo exhibition at the end of the month. The process, research and outcomes will be presented as an academic publication – in collaboration with writer in residence Nataniel Grant - that encapsulates all five artist’s journey investigating the spaces and engaging in community discourse regarding the historical, cultural and political context of the spaces in the city.
Each artist will engage with a local space and its frequent inhabitants or lack thereof. These heterotopias or non-spaces will inform the research and the output of the final works. This can take shape in any form the artist wishes, through artistic interpretation in any medium, discussion groups, interviews, workshops or documentation etc.
Seven other artists have been invited to contribute to the publication and a final group show at Wolverhampton Art Gallery to present a narrative between 'the in-between' and what that means in our current climate.
Jayne Murray – January with a show on the 24th
Thomas J Brown – February with a show on the 21st
David Checkley – March with a show on the 20th
Remi Andrews – April with a show on the 24th
Sahjan Kooner – May with a show on the 22nd
| THE [ S P A C E S ] IN-BETWEEN | Wolverhampton Art Gallery show | Date to be confirmed 2020
Artists showcasing are: Jayne Murray, Thomas J Brown, David Checkley, Remi Andrews, Sahjan Kooner, Fred Hubble, Tariq Evans, Charlotte Dunn, Helen Grundy, Jackie Sanderson, Theresa Bradbury/
Documentation Apex Pro Media | Archived RJB Digital Archive
Supported by Wolverhampton City Council and Arts Council England