13 – 22 November 2015

The Bread and Jam series gives artists the run of a near-empty, soon-to-be-remodelled house in Brockley. In the third show, eleven artists explore the territory between order and disorder, potential and realisation, unformed and defined.

Each has chosen a shape to insinuate or impose – to varying degrees – in advance of the fuller reshaping to come. Yet it doesn’t seem conventional family living will follow: none of the artists define themselves as purely a man, although Brian Dawn Chalkley does gain the rare distinction of featuring in all-male (Chercher le garcon at Mac/Val, Paris) and no-male exhibitions in the same year. Ten men are, however, busy doing the washing in Claire Macdonald’s film Launderette, and Frances Richardson is fully in control of moulding the phallus. What can it all mean for the shapes we’re in? Jennet Thomas’s film threatens to provide an answer, but it keeps slipping away…

Alicja Dobrucka  mushroom shape
Oona Grimes  toast
Brian Dawn Chalkley  leaf
Frances Richardson  phallus
Emma Cousin  heart
Rana Begum  irregular polyhedron
Selma Parlour  trapezium
Natasha Kahn  rectangle
Claire Macdonald  circle
Miriam Austin  nonagon
Jennet Thomas  amorphous shapes

Private View: Fri 13 Nov, 6-9 pm
Open brunches: Sat 14 & Sun 15 Nov, 12-6pm
Curator / artist talks: Wed 18 Nov, 6pm
Open by appointment until Sun 22 Nov2015

Contact: Emma Cousin emma.cousin@live.co.uk 07841832501

Press enquiries: Emily Austin emilycpa@gmail.com 07733321395

Address: 52 Whitbread Road London SE4 2BE
Transport: Brockley (Overground & southern), Crofton park (Thames Link)

Generously sponsored by Cooper’s Bakehouse

 

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