Intervention Architecture have worked closely with Grand Union on the design of the exhibition structures for this programme.
Within the gallery space, we have designed and built as our collective, proposed distinct zones for adaptation 1. sight/projection viewing, 2. taste/ a mobile kitchen, 3. touch/ production print making tables.
The zones are used for alternate uses: a dinner, a learning space, a talking space, a working space.
The plywood, dry jointed cnc modular structure can be stacked, formatted as seating, display, in multiple configurations, facilitating spatial experiments within the gallery layout.
Grand Union will be open for anyone to use and share with staff. There will be seating, workspace, WiFi, tea and coffee available throughout the project.
Alex Martinis Roe’s film work explores genealogies of queer, feminist and working class action.
Uriel Orlow’s films depict enduring culinary and herbal practices in distinct communities.
Mujeres Públicas present posters and printed material responding to sexism and domestic labour in Latin America.
> In the Pink : event photos added – dj formation of space for SHOUT festival artist in residence Sean Burns.
Article write up by Tom Emery featured in Art Monthly, October 2018 issue.
Published in Temporary Art Review here.
- Grand Union
- Photos and video
- Paul Miller