Past Show

EveryThing – At Xmas

A second edition of our artists multiples event that will showcase both existing and new works from the Assembly Point multiples projects. Assembly Point is delighted to have partnered with Fitzcarraldo Editions and Stone-ware for this iteration of EveryThing.

Fitzcarraldo Editions is an independent publisher specialising in contemporary fiction and long-form essays. Founded in 2014, it focuses on ambitious, imaginative and innovative writing, both in translation and in the English language. The series, designed by Ray O’Meara, are published as paperback originals with French flaps, using a custom serif typeface (called Fitzcarraldo). Fitzcarraldo Editions publishes, among other authors, 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature laureate Svetlana Alexievich, and 2018 Man Booker International Prize-winner Olga Tokarczuk.

stone-ware is a multidisciplinary design and curation project established in 2015 by designer and art director Kit Humphrey. Started in part as a response to the digital age of over-saturation and lack of tactile experience, stone-ware created a new design and craft show: Ensemble. Ensemble brings together new international design and craft within a living installation space and featured makers, writers and researchers.

Works from – Aliyah Hussain, Andrea Zucchini, Anna Reading, Bernice Nauta, Caz Slattery, Charlie Godet Thomas, Clark Keatley, Daniel van Straalen, Duncan Wooldridge, Edgar—Walker, Eva Papamargariti, George Morris, Hannah Lees, Hannah Rowan, Harry Stayt, Hattie Moore, Jay Cover, Jemma Egan, Karen David, Katrin Hanusch, Lauren Godfrey, Lea Collet, Lilah Fowler, Marios Stamatis, May Hands, Milly Peck, Natasha Cox, Paul Atkins, Renata Minoldo, Robert Nicol, Rutie Borthwick, Sam Smith, Sean Roy Parker, Tanguy Bertocchi, Thom Brisco,William Luz, Ziggy Grudzinskas.
 
New works from –Vanessa Billy, Charlotte Edey, Nicolas Feldmeyer, Lizzie Lomax, Peter Nencini Bella Marrin and Dan Rees.
 
Work-Form Bar – Festive cocktails and limited edition print by Jon Kipps, Robbie Fife and Rosalind Wilson.

 

 

 

 

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