Universal Colours have published an article on VITRINE’s upcoming premises launch and Clare Kenny’s solo exhibition. The article appears in their 135th edition, which is distributed internationally in print form and available to read online here.
Edwin Burdis will perform The Fruit machine (a painting and an opera) at MK Gallery, Milton Keynes on 24 October at 7 pm as part of their Thursday Scratch Nights program. Other artist’s involved in the performed score are Emma Hart, Richard Scott and Kieron Livingstone. More info.
From 28 November to 12 January, Clare Kenny’s work will be included in the group show ‘Fait et à Faire’ at La Kunsthalle Mulhouse, France. Find more information on their website.
Colin Perry has published a review of The Wysing Music Festival on Frieze Magazine’s blog. The Festival included a performance by Edwin Burdis. Of his piece, Perry wrote ‘The most memorable use of this intimate space was by Edwin Burdis, who presented a performance and sound piece in which a teenage boy sat at a TV monitor playing a ultra-violent computer game’. Read the whole article here.
In an interview with Trebuchet Magazine, Alys Williams speaks about Vitrine’s upcoming expansion and the opening of Clare Kenny’s solo show next week. Referencing her role as a curator, she states ‘There is nothing better than entering an artist’s studio and just knowing that by collaborating with this person something amazing can be created’. Read more here.
esse Arts + Opinion will auction one of Wil Murray’s pieces in ‘Vendu-Sold’ their fifth annual auction of contemporary Canadian art. There are 40 artists participating in the event, which will take place on November 21st. Murray’s work He Wore It Around Her Neck (2012) can be viewed here.
South London Art Map have interviewed VITRINE director Alys Williams as a voice of Bermondsey. Williams talks about her experiences running a gallery in the area and why it has become London’s newest arts hub. ‘Now you can go to New York, Basel or Hong Kong and people know where Bermondsey Street is; It’s on the global art world map’. See a digital copy here.
John Walter was featured on STV news speaking about ‘PLAYpark’, his project with SMART Consultants and Aberdeen Inspired. “It’s about art projects that people can engage with easily and which over time will accrue to transforming the art scene in Aberdeen”. Watch the broadcast here.