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Time Out says
Wed Jun 20 2012
Set up in 1968 by artists Bridget Riley, Peter Sedgely and Peter Townsend to support artists living and working in London, Space runs artists studios, residencies, programmes for young people, courses, workshops and events. Its gallery spaces, located in its Mare Street HQ, programmes diverse exhibitions by London-based and visiting artists. Expect to see work by groups such as artist collective Bernadette Corporation, writer and art activist Stewart Home and artist, theorist and teacher Roy Ascott.
Space The Triangle 129-131 Mare St
What's on at Space
Giving a whole new meaning to stale bread, Maxime Iten, Sophie Lee, Will Robinson and Robert Self give purpose to the edible material in their collaborative project.
Photography, Film and video
The late performance artist created a piece at Cologne Zoo for Kunsthalle Köln’s ‘Projekt 74’ in the 1970s, which was documented for the New York-based magazine, Avalanche. Smith’s absurd performance, ‘Fear Ritual of Shark Museum’ is captured here in...