EXHIBITORS

PROGRAMME

SATURDAY 30 SEPT

  All Day

Sluice Screens

SCREENING    -   Bohemia Place

Exhibited artists include:
 Sasha Litvintseva & Graeme Arnfield 
 Roger Kausch 
 Célia Hay & Anne Vimeux 
 Philippa Rose 
 Hestia Peppe 
 Karen Densham 
 Ivana Dizdar & Alvin Luong 
 Annabel Dover 
 Hayley Lock 
 Alex Pearl 
 Terry Bond 
 Maria de la O Garrido 
 Lena Heubusch 
 Stephanie Sant 
 Samantha Harvey 
 Juan Covelli 
Curator:
 Neale Willis 

SATURDAY 30 SEPT

  12pm & 3pm (duration 1 hour)

Ladies of the Press

PERFORMANCE    -   Morning Lane

The public will be invited to make their own DIY gender swap collages from available materials (think 90s girl punk zine meets paper dress doll set) and get a print-out of a "designed" photo of them wearing it as a memento.

Artists:
 Ana Cavic 
 Renee O'Drobinak  

SATURDAY 30 SEPT

4pm

PIY Paintlounge

TALKS    -   Bohemia Place

PIY PaintLounge will stage a series of conversations with over 40 contemporary painters and arts professionals talking about painting as a part of Sluice Biennial 2017.

Speakers:
 Sara Berman 
 Valeria Napoleone 
 Niamh White  

SATURDAY 30 SEPT

 7pm & 8pm (duration 5 min)

Blush

PERFORMANCE    -   Morning Lane

Blush explores the reddening of skin, from the light rouge applied with a brush, to the involuntary blotches revealing our embarrassment and shame, and further to the deeper discolouration of the bruise.

Artist:
 Paloma Proudfoot 
Programmed:
 Salon 63  

SATURDAY 30 SEPT

Sat / Sun 12 - 6pm

Space Studios

OPEN STUDIOS    -   Retreat Place

SATURDAY 30 SEPT

Sat / Sun / Mon / Tues

Turkish Coffee

PERFORMANCE    -   Morning Lane

As part of the SIDE ROOM exhibition at Sračok & Pöhlmann during Sluice 2017, con-artist Daniel Devlin will be making Turkish coffee. Coffee will be made during the following times:
Sat 30, 12:45, 15:15, 17:20;
Sun 1, 12:15, 13:25, 14:40, 15:55, 17:10;
Mon 2, 12:30, 13:55, 15:20, 16:10;
Tues 3, 12:10, 14:20, 15:35.

 Programmed: 
 Sračok & Pöhlmann 

SUNDAY 1 OCT

12.30 / 2 / 3.30 / 5pm

PIY PaintLounge

TALKS    -   Bohemia Place

12.30pm:
 Emma Cousin 
 Oli Epp 
 Adam Hennessey 
 Alice Irwin 
2pm:
 Sophie Mackfall 
 Selma Parlour 
 Sid Motion 
3.30pm:
 Ann-Marie James 
 Karen David 
 Ian Monroe 
5pm:
 Marcus Cope 
 Alastair Gordon 
 Paula MacArthur 
 Sarah Pager 

SUNDAY 1 OCT

 1 - 2.30pm

For the Love of Art

TALK    -   Bohemia Place

For the Love of Art (and Other Cautionary Tales). The contemporary artworld enacts a mode of labour relations that is uniquely weaponised. The love is made to function as a bait-and-switch, maximising positive feelings as a means towards exploitation without structural accountability. The panel will consider three modes of ethical relations—economic, colonial and reproductive.

Speakers:
 Mijke van der Drift 
 Gitanjali Pyndiah 
Programmed:
 Nicole Sansone 

SUNDAY 1 OCT

 3.30 - 5pm

Aesthetics in Uncertain Ecologies

TALK    -   Bohemia Place

How we understand landscape art will be expanded to incorporate new forms of the image and image-making as ways are considered in which creative digital practices embody and perform ecological knowledge.

 Speakers: 
 Fiona Crisp 
 Susan Schuppli 
 Brett Zehner 
 Programmed: 
 Nicole Sansone 

SUNDAY 1 OCT

Sun / Mon / Tues (all day)

Post Student Art School

WORKSHOP    -   Bohemia Place

 Programmed: 
 NYHA 

MONDAY 2 OCT

 All Day

Watermelon, Fish & Half Ghost

SCREENING    -   Bohemia Place

This screening presents artists from across India that use humour, play and fantasy to negotiate ever-shifting cultural terrains to better locate themselves within India today.

Exhibited artists include:
 Arshad Hakim 
 Abhishek Hazra 
 Payal Kapadia 
 Aditi Kulkarni 
 Chinmoyi Patel 
 Amol Patil 
 Prabhakar Pachpute 
 Sahej Rahal 
Curated:
 Chinmoyi Patel 
Programmed:
 Anna Vickery 

MONDAY 2 OCT

 All Day

EroS

PERFORMANCE    -   Morning Lane

A trio of neon pink swimsuits seek answers to the perennial problems of love and loss. Caught in the melodrama of Dusty Springfield's 'You Don't Have to Say You Love Me', they crawl their way to enlightenment or something more mercurial. Space becomes meat market as the soundtrack moves to darker realms, dragging the swimsuits into sinister dances and ritualistic debasement.

Artist:
 Stasis 
Programmed:
 Salon 63 

MONDAY 2 OCT

12.30 / 2 / 3.30 / 5pm

PIY PaintLounge

TALKS    -   Bohemia Place

12.30pm:
 Stacie McCormick 
 Becca Pelly-Fry 
 Jo Volley 
 Tess Williams 
2pm:
 Sophie Mackfall 
 Selma Parlour 
 Sid Motion 
3.30pm:
 Bea Haines 
 Clare Price 
 Tim Shaw 
 Geraldine Swayne 
5pm:
 Charley Peters 
 Isha Bohling 
 Giulia Ricci  

TUESDAY 3 OCT

 1 - 2pm

Saving Kurt Schwitters' Cumbrian Merz Barn

TALK    -   Morning Lane

Ian Hunter, custodian of the Merz Barn will talk about it's history and their ongoing struggle to ensure the barns survival.

Speaker:
 Ian Hunter 

TUESDAY 3 OCT

 3 pm

Carnival

PERFORMANCE    -   Bohemia Place

A presentation of fairground type interventions.

Programmed:
 Carousel 

TUESDAY 3 OCT

12.30 / 2 / 3.30 / 5pm

PIY PaintLounge

TALKS    -   Bohemia Place

12.30pm:
 Katrina Blannin 
 Nadine Feinson 
 Ruth Philo 
2pm:
 Tamsin Relly 
 Liz Elton 
 Dominic Shepherd 
3.30pm:
 Wendy Saunders 
 Sue Williams A’Court 
 Simon Burton 
 Matthew Krishanu 
 Geraint Evans 
5pm:
 Rebecca Byrne 
 Fabian Peake 
 Susan Sluglett 
 Mindy Lee 

TUESDAY 3 OCT

4.30 - 6pm

Lacunae

SCREENING    -   Bohemia Place

Lacunae consists of Artist Film, Video and Moving Image works.The programme is a reflection of NYHA existing as a body without organs, a dismembered torso crawling across the floor in search of “higher artistic purpose”.

Artists:
 Célia Hay 
 Julia Wolf 
 Lexi Sun 
 Yajing Hu 
 Niloofar Taatizadeh 
 Yixiao Shao 
 Samantha Harvey 
Programmed:
 NYHA 


INFORMATION

Director / Karl England 
Operations Manager / Rosanna van Mierlo
Production Manager / Paul Cole
Design / Christian Küsters
Education Facilitator / Aleks Prigozhin
Gallery Liaison / Charlie Levine

Production Assistants /
James Horgan
Emma Da Costa
James Randell

Enquiries / info@sluice.info 


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