the Assistant  
part 2: 'Assistant' Blue Curry responds to 'Director' Gordon Cheung

Preview this Friday (4th June) 6.30-8.30 pm
Open:  5-19th June, Wed - Sat, 10-6 pm

BEARSPACE, in association with Peer Sessions, is pleased to present the second in a series of exhibitions entitled The Assistant. The exhibition seeks to pair up an emerging and an established artist with similar concerns, who enter a process of dialogue and negotiation through which the emerging artist produces an exhibition.

The Assistant aims to explore the practices of both artists through this process of exchange, but also to question ideas around the construction of an exhibition, revealing something about the processes an exhibition may go through before it is realised.
In this exhibition emerging artist Blue Curry, Goldsmiths MFA graduate, recently featured in BBC documentary Goldsmiths: But is it Art? explores his own creative methodology creating new work in response to a dialogue with established artist Gordon Cheung.

A project blog accompanies the exhibition, documenting the process of exchange and decision-making.
For more information please visit the BEARSPACE website
Also visit the Assistant Blog, for updates on the artists' progress towards the exhibition, other 'assistants' stories and discussion around assistants submitted by other artists
25 June 2010 - 24 July 2010
Opening: Friday 25th June 2010 6.30-8.30pm
Open: Wed-Sat 10am-6pm
Isabel and Caspar Rock feel that reality is boring. The works in Eye Pain offer a parallel world that is anything but tedious. This world is new, unknown, exciting, uncomfortable and challenging. In the artists quest to bring their audience into their world, they are hosting a number of interactive events, keep checking the BEARSPACE website for details of these!

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