BalinHouseProjects is looking to be relocated after sixteen years of its existence on Balin House, Tabard North Gardens in Borough.
During this period BHP programme develop exhibitions, walk and talk, workshop and publication where the focus was the local community and dwellers of the council estate.
Meanwhile BHP is searching for new incarnation somewhere else it will continue with the Sunday Lunches meetings to discuss new format for the future programme.
Echo Tote Bag
A limited edition of echo printing tote bags (H 45cm x L 35cm) and backpacks (H 55 cm x L 45 cm) in collaboration with fashion designer Claudio Zourelli @zourelli7
‘The nature reserve will operate as an open studio that brings people together. I’m especially interested in the medicinal garden and want to learn as much as possible. I want to connect the programme at BHP and host talks about nature and wellbeing with professionals from the health and mental health sectors, writers and philosophers.
My current thoughts are on topics related to camouflage and belonging, and using techniques such as eco-printing on fabric and paper with flora provided from the site, making sculptures with materials from the site and letting the elements take over and embrace the process of rebuilding on the decay. Both approaches will touch on thoughts around identity and place.’
We are the Center… for Curatorial Studies (The Departmental Core)
Curated by Paul O’Neill
The Hessel Museum and the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, 2016-18.
[…] Conceptual Outline: We are the Center… for Curatorial Studies is a two-year research project, a series of artist residencies, and three distinct exhibition phases culminating in a major exhibition in 2018 based upon the research. Each individual exhibition phase will partly contribute towards the evolution of a final exhibition-form to be accompanied by a publication documenting the research process. The project will both reflect upon and propose new ideas and directions for a center for curatorial studies led by artist projects and taking the medium of the exhibition-form as pivotal to its futures.[…]
WE ARE THE (EPI)CENTER…
Organized with the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College
11 November 2016–22 December 2016
Exhibiting artists include: Can Altay, David Blamey, Katarina Burin, Jasmina Cibic, Celine Condorelli, Marjolijn Dijkman, Chris Kraus, Gareth Long, Ronan McCrea, Harold Offeh, William McKeown, Eduardo Padilha, Sarah Pierce, Richard Venlet, Grace Weir, and many others.
[…] “We are the (Epi)center…”is a two-month project at P! that brings together a range of international artists to rethink art’s relationship to its forms of exhibition and propose new models. Co-organized with Paul O’Neill and the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College (CCS Bard),[…]