Every Thing

An artist multiples event
  • 27 Jul — 29 Jul 2018
  • Opening: Thursday 26 Jul, 6–9pm

Assembly Point presents Every Thing – a collaborative artists’ project that will showcase a wide range of multiple and unique works for sale from collaborators past and present.

Every Thing is a project that acknowledges the collective place of multiples and artists’ editions within contemporary culture and commerce. Assembly Point is working with Daata Editions and Paper Cuts to present a vast range of things over four days, extending across categories of art media including: prints, publications, photographs, sculpture and performance; in addition to digital media such as moving image, sound and web.

Every Thing will present and offer for sale the work of more than sixty international artists over the course of the project, alongside a public programme of workshops, performances and talks.

Full event schedule to be announced shortly.

Contributing artists:

Aliyah Hussain, Andrea Zucchini, Angus McCrum, Anna Reading, Bernice Nauta, Caz Slattery, Charlie Godet Thomas, Claire Pritchard, Clark Keatley, Daniel van Straalen, Edgar—Walker, Eva Papamargariti, Fran Meana, George Morris, Hannah Lees, Hannah Rowen, Harry Stayt, Hattie Moore, Henna Vainio, Jay Cover / Nous Vous, Jemma Egan, Jonathan Kipps, Julia Crabtree and William Evans, Karen David, Katja Larsson, Katrin Hanush, Kim David Bots, Lauren Godfrey, Lea Collet, Lilah Fowler, Marios Stamatis, Matteo Schgör, May Hands, Milly Peck, Natalia Janula, Natasha Cox, Nicolas Feldmeyer, Nicolas Burrows / Nous Vous, Paola Musico, Paul Atkins, Rebecca Jagoe, Renata Minoldo, Robert Nicol, Ros Wilson, Ruaidhri Ryan, Rutie Borthwick, Sam Smith, Sean Roy Parker, Tanguy Bertocchi, Thom Brisco, Thomas J Whittle, William Luz /Nous Vous, Ziggy Grudzinskas.

Publications:
Assembly Point, Camberwell Press, BLOAT COLLECTIVE, Work-Form, Studio Operative.

 

Daata artists:
Daniel Keller and Martti Kalliala, Sara Ludy, Hannah Quinlan & Rosie Hastings, Jon Rafman, Scott Reeder, Saya Woolfalk, Zadie Xa.