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One Hour Long Exhibition

One Hour Long Exhibition

One Hour Long Exhibition

SAT 23 MAY, 5-6PM, £5/£3 CONC, CLORE STUDIO

Overview

Chosil Kil and Marie Lund invite artist and writer Jesper List Thomsen and musician Johannes Lund for the sixth instalment of One Hour Long Exhibition. Unscripted and unrehearsed, the performance explores the temporality of an exhibition through a natural sequence of actions.

The artists arrive at the gallery with their artworks, instruments and text pieces, and together with the visitors, enter the empty space at 5pm. The one hour is a platform to install, to adjust, to perform, to read and finally to pack up.

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

Chosil Kil is an artist based in Bergen and London. Her work creates conversations between the written word and a language of space, contemplating mundane materials.

Jesper List Thomsen is an artist and writer based in London. He is a part of the artist and curatorial collective Am Nuden Da.

Johannes Lund is a saxophone player and composer based in Copenhagen, exploring an expanded field of music and sound ranging from graphic notation, to noise and improvisation. He is the founder of Mayhem, a venue for extreme music in Copenhagen.

Marie Lund is a Danish artist based in London. Rooted within a sculptural practice and with an attention to the surface of the object, she inquires into the memories materials hold of their previous life, function and making.

 
One Hour Long Exhibition was initiated by Chosil Kil and Marie Lund in 2011 and has been shown at Art Sonje, Seoul (2014), Round Studio, Vilnius (2013), New Galerie, New York (2013), Shanaynay, Paris (2012) and Supplement, London (2011). 

 




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