The Hut Project Presents: Go Deep or Go Home
OPENS FRIDAY 16TH NOVEMBER, 6-9PM
ASC Gallery, Erlang House, 128 Blackfriars Road, London, SE1 8EQ, UK
Louis Waldon: “Well… you know yesterday we shot some of the first scenes and I stated the fact that I was, I’m, uh, extremely interested in finding a new way to live and I think that surfing could possibly be the answer… I’ve met two surfers so far and I feel that they’re, you know, that they really have a healthy attitude… they’re against dope and against the capitalistic style of living, they’re more involved and into the ocean and just the waves, the waves mean everything and, uh… it caught my interest… and in the movie that’s exactly what I’m seeking out. I’m seeking out a way to, uh, live and, uh, if its surfing, uh, that’s the way I’ll do it, I’ll be a surfer. For the rest of my life.
Aaron Sloan: Have you ever done any surfing in real life?
Louis Waldon: No I haven’t…”
Vanessa Billy, Rachal Bradley, Chris Evans, Europa & Eric, Sara Nunes Fernandes, Ryan Gander, Will Holder & Robert Ashley & Sara Nunes Fernandes, Kevin Logan, Alek O, Sam Porritt, Matthew Richardson and Jack Strange.
Say what you have to say, put it on the table and walk away… and see what it does
OPENS WED 21ST NOVEMBER, 8PM
Galeria Baginski, Rua Capitão Leitão, nº51 – 53, 1950-050 Lisboa . Portugal
Say what you have to say, put it on the table and walk away… and see what it does is an exhibition of objects made by three artists. Lúcia Prancha and Sara Nunes Fernandes have been collaborating under the moniker Negociatas since 2010. Both live abroad, in São Paulo and London respectively, and have been discussing the possibilities of shared process in a long-distance collaboration. For this exhibition they have decided to show pieces made individually and invited artist and friend Sérgio Carronha to exhibit with them. They met Sérgio at Faculdade de Belas Artes de Lisboa [trans. Lisbon Faculty of Fine Arts] and since then Sérgio has retreated into his studio in Alcabideche, away from the Portuguese capital. This exhibition proposes the dialogue between process, intuition and formal serendipities between three individual practices.
Say what you have to say, put it on the table and walk away… and see what it does is taken from a publication in tribute to Lawrence Weiner prepared by Ana Baliza. Copies of such publication had been gifted to some of her friends during the summer of 2010.