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Julia Crabtree and William Evans, installation view of the exhibition, Antonio Bay

Julia Crabtree and William Evans, installation view of the exhibition, Antonio Bay

Julia Crabtree and William Evans, installation view of the exhibition, Antonio Bay, at the South London Gallery, 2014. Photo: Ollie Hammick

Julia Crabtree and William Evans, Antonio Bay, 2014, carpet. Photo: David Angus

Julia Crabtree and William Evans, Antonio Bay, 2014, carpet. Photo: David Angus

Julia Crabtree and William Evans, Antonio Bay, 2014, carpet. Photo: David Angus

Julia Crabtree and William Evans in Conversation

Wed 10 Sep 2014, 7pm, Tickets from £3

Overview

On the occasion of their residency and exhibition, Antonio Bay, Julia Crabtree and William Evans discuss their practice with writer and curator Paul Clinton.

There are a limited amount of free tickets for students from Goldsmiths University and all students attending the talk receive a discounted beer for £2 at No67, the gallery Café

Booking is essential. Book online or call 020 7703 6120.

Fans pay less for tickets – Join here from £20 per year
 

Julia Crabtree and William Evans are the third recipients of the  Nina Stewart Artist Residency.  Crabtree and Evans completed their BAs in Fine Arts at Central Saint Martin’s in 2007. In September 2013 Crabtree finished her MA and Evans his MFA at the Slade School of Fine Art. They recently had a solo exhibition,  Hyper Bole, at Legion TV, London (2014). 

Paul Clinton is a writer and curator and is the editorial assistant at frieze magazine. He has written for magazines such as frieze, edited a special issue of the journal parallax on stupidity and catalogue essays for artists including Bonnie Camplin and Jacopo Miliani. Recent events he has organised include Stupidious at the South London Gallery and the conference Shimmering World at the University of Manchester, which featured presentations by Ed Atkins, David Panos and Hannah Sawtell. Other speaking engagements have taken place at the ICA, Whitstable Biennale, Whitechapel Gallery and FormContent project space. He was also a founding member of the performance art band No Bra, co-writing several songs on the album Dance and Walk. He is currently continuing his research into stupidity with a curated exhibition on the theme.

The Nina Stewart Artist Residency with the South London Gallery is funded by The Nina and Roger Stewart Charitable Trust.

The Outset Artists’ Flat is funded by Outset. 

Find out more about the Nina Stewart Artist Residency


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