25/7/2016

Please join us next Wednesday, 3 August, at 7pm for a screening of the documentary We Live In Public (Ondi Timoner, 2009), selected and introduced by Yuri Pattison. We Live In Public focuses on Internet pioneer Josh Harris, who founded pseudo.com, the first Internet streaming TV network in 1993. Chisenhale Gallery presents We Live In Public in association with MUBI, a curated online cinema of cult, classic and independent film. To reserve a place at the screening, please click here.

Yuri Pattison’s exhibition user, space continues until 28 August 2016. To read an interview between Yuri Pattison and Chisenhale Gallery's Offsite & Education Curator, Emma Moore, as part of our Chisenhale Interviews series, please click here.

We are pleased to announce that Shiners by William Glass is now available to view on Channel 4's Random Acts website. Glass' film was commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery as part of the first year of Stop Play Record, a three-year programme (2015 -18) for creative young people aged between 16-24 who are interested in making experimental short films. For more information about Stop Play Record please click here.

18/7/2016

Thank you to everyone who joined us last Tuesday for the talk by Chris Brauer, Director of Innovation at Goldsmiths University. Brauer reflected on Yuri Pattison’s exhibition and discussed the impact of technology on the future of the workplace. The event took place at Republic at East India, a newly launched East London campus for creative talent and innovation. Photos are by Manuela Barczewski. 
 
Thank you also to those who attended our event on Friday when we held an early morning viewing of Yuri Pattison’s exhibition with an introduction by Tommie Introna, Offsite and Education Assistant at Chisenhale Gallery. Many thanks to the East End Women’s Institute for generously providing coffee and cakes. 
 
Please join us on Wednesday 3 August at 7pm for a screening of the documentary We Live In Public (Ondi Timoner, 2009), selected and introduced by Yuri Pattison. We Live In Public focuses on Internet pioneer Josh Harris, who founded pseudo.com, the first Internet streaming TV network in 1993. Chisenhale Gallery presents We Live In Public in association with MUBI, a curated online cinema of cult, classic and independent film. To reserve a place at the screening, please click here.
 
Yuri Pattison’s exhibition continues until 28 August 2016. In response to Pattison’s work, Nora N. Khan, Contributing Editor at Rhizome, has produced a specially commissioned text. This centres on a fictional co-working space, reflecting a current economic moment in which digital labour and cognitive work are potentially endless. To download the text, please click here

11/7/2016

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the opening of Yuri Pattison’s exhibition user, space, which is now open until 28 August. Photos are by Mark Blower. Follow us on Twitter for articles and other research material selected by Pattison and relating to his new exhibition, using #YuriPattison #ReadingMaterial.

Thank you also to everyone who attended our event last Friday when Yuri Pattison was in conversation with Bart van der Heide, Chief Curator of the Stedelijk Museum, discussing Pattison’s new commission at Chisenhale Gallery. To view photos from the event, please visit our Facebook page here. Photos are by Sam Nightingale.

Please join us this Tuesday 12 July at 7pm for a talk by Chris Brauer, Director of Innovation at Goldsmiths University. Brauer will reflect on Yuri Pattison’s exhibition and discuss the impact of technology on the future of the workplace. Please note that this event will take place offsite at Republic at East India, a newly launched East London campus for creative talent and innovation. Republic at East India, 2 Clove Crescent, London E14 2BE. To book a place and for more information about other exhibition related events, please click here.

This Friday 15 July, 9-10.30am we will have an early morning viewing of Yuri Pattison’s exhibition with an introduction by Tommie Introna, Offsite and Education Assistant at Chisenhale Gallery. Coffee and cakes are generously provided by the East End Women’s Institute. This event is free to attend and no booking required.
 
To accompany his exhibition, Yuri Pattison has produced a new limited edition series. The edition comprises of a set of three individual photographs encased in an acrylic box and overlaid with a sheet of 3M™ Privacy Filter. When viewed from a specific angle, the photographs depict scans of sourced objects related to work and productivity, such as the sleep suppressant drug, Modafinil, an Acme Klein bottle and Mac computer parts. For more information about the edition please visit our online shop.