artists & participants
An evolving space/exhibition Launch: Friday 26th September
This is the Gallery and the Gallery is Many Things is the inaugural exhibition of Eastside Projects, a new artist-run gallery as experimental public space, set at the heart of Birmingham's City Centre Eastside regeneration zone.
Over a 9 week period the exhibition and gallery space will evolve from a highly constructed 'empty' space to a layered and complex gathering of artworks, events and processes in various stages of convergence and divergence. The exhibition purposefully includes a wide range of UK based and International artists revealing different practices and approaches to the production of art in order to produce a unique explosion of ideas and possibilities as Eastside Projects comes into being. This is the Gallery and the Gallery is Many Things sets an ambitious framework for the future of the gallery and a diverse scope of relationships and connections designed to make visible cause and effect in the future life of the gallery.
This exhibition initiates the examination of the potential of cumulative artworks across the programme of the gallery for the coming years and the potential of a constantly evolving architectural space also in collaboration with the artists and architects connected to the gallery.
Eastside Projects is formed by artist-curator Gavin Wade, artists Simon & Tom Bloor and Ruth Claxton, architect Celine Condorelli, and designer James Langdon. Eastside Projects is a not for profit company, in partnership with Birmingham City University and Revenue Funded by Arts Council England West Midlands.
This is the Gallery and the Gallery is Many Things
Künstler: Marc Bijl, Chen Shaoxiong, Spartacus Chetwynd & Marte Eknaes, Bill Drummond, Jimmy Fantastik, Peter Fend, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Liam Gillick, Joseph Hallam, Matthew Harrison, Barbara Holub, ISAN , Ben Kinmont, James Langdon, Kelly Large, Heather & Ivan Morison, Magnus Quaife, SCUPA , Mithu Sen, Support Structure , Mark Titchner, Laureana Toledo & Rain Li, Lawrence Weiner