16 February 2015 : 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
54 Blechynden Street, London W10 6RJ
We are pleased to announce our next meeting at Joanna Sands's studio on Monday 16th February.
Joanna Sands began her practice by making large sculptural installations in abandoned buildings, often using found materials, altering and referring to the spaces they inhabited. By making visually simple changes to the surfaces and structures of the buildings Joanna produced works that subtly subverted the viewer’s spatial expectations. The early works were designed to be temporary, often replaced by subsequent pieces and the materials were re used. While remaining contextual in her approach, more recently Joanna has undertaken commissions for permanent installations, both in private houses and public spaces.
The focus of the talk will be on the R.B.S Sculpture Shock Historic Award residency culminating in an exhibition at the Asylum chapel in Peckham which Joanna has recently completed.
Please note that there are limited places so RSVP early to avoid any disappointment to [email protected]