23/3/2015

Thank you to everyone who came to the panel discussion chaired by Sophie Oxenbridge - marking the launch of Chisenhale Gallery’s online archive, 1986-1990 - on Thursday 19 March. An audio recording of the event will be available to download from our website soon. 

Join us on Thursday 28 March from 7pm for an event as part of our Offsite programme, during which writer Travis Elborough, Chisenhale Gallery Victoria Park Residency artist, will introduce his residency project. Elborough’s research focuses on the social history of parks and the politics and technological innovations associated with sport and leisure activities. For more information and to reserve a place please click here.

On Saturday 28 March, 3pm we are hosting a panel discussion for the launch of Mapping Artists’ Associate Programmes in the UK, a new report by independent researcher Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt, commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery and supported by Paul Hamlyn Foundation. To reserve a place please click here.

There are still places left for our next 21st Century event on Tuesday 31 March, 7pm. London-based artist Jess Wiesner will present a live event using performance, video and sound. Interweaving autobiography, pop-culture and the strategies of stand-up comedy, Wiesner explores identities, desires and material urges to consider liminality as a survival strategy for the digital age. To reserve a place please click here.

16/3/2015

Thank you to everyone who came to the screening event, Uniform Smoke on Thursday 5 March. Photos are by Manuela Barczewski.

This week we are looking forward to The Sharing Economy: A Post-Mortem on Wednesday 18 March, a panel discussion presented by How to work together and hosted by Bloomberg, featuring Mercedes Bunz, Indy Johar, Helen Kaplinsky, and Brett Scott, moderated by Ben Vickers. Admission is free but booking is essential to ensure entry to Bloomberg. Please contact info@howtoworktogether.org to reserve a place. For more information click here.
 
Please join us on Thursday 19 March, 9-10.30am for a coffee morning and special viewing of Patrick Staff's The Foundation with cakes generously provided by the East End Women’s Institute.

Also on Thursday 19 March at 7pm we are hosting Speculative Archives a panel discussion marking the launch of Chisenhale Gallery’s online archive, 1986 -1990, chaired by Royal College of Art Curating Contemporary Art student Sophie Oxenbridge who has been digitising the archive. Speakers include Siobhan Davies, Laura McLean and Naomi Pearce. To reserve a place please click here

9/3/2015

Thank you to everyone who came to Patrick Staff’s in conversation event with Catherine Wood on Thursday 5 March. Photos below are by Manuela Barczewski. A video recording of the event will be available to download from our website soon. 

On Thursday 12 March, Patrick Staff presents Uniform Smoke, an evening length installation featuring material from the moving image archive of the Tom of Finland Foundation alongside a broader selection of queer encounters through film and video, with work by Bad Brad, Rhys Ernst, Mariah Garnett and Patrick Staff. For more information and to reserve a place please click here.

On Wednesday 18 March How to work together presents 'The Sharing Economy: A Post-Mortem', a panel discussion hosted by Bloomberg, featuring Mercedes Bunz, Indy Johar, Helen Kaplinsky, and Brett Scott, moderated by Ben Vickers. Admission is free but booking is strongly advised. For more information and to reserve a place, please click here.