ARTIST TOUR & CONVERSATION: Justin Hibbs and Friends

Carroll / Fletcher, 30 July 2015

 

ARTIST TOUR & CONVERSATION: Justin Hibbs and Friends

 

Thursday 30 July 2015, 7pm

Carroll / Fletcher, 56-57 Eastcastle St, London, W1W 8EQ

Free

 

Justin Hibbs will present Alias_Re_Covered, his first solo exhibition at the galleryHe will discuss the role of collaboration in his practice, particularly in relation to his latest body of work. Guests will include current and former collaborators Ben Lancaster (Musician), Rosalind Davis (Artist/Curator), David Ben White (Artist/Curatorial Collaborator) & Jessica Cerasi (Curator).

 

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Justin Hibbs (b. 1971, Poole, UK) studied at Central St. Martins, London and currently lives and works in London. Recent exhibitions include Distressed Geometry, Kunstraum Baden, Baden (2015); PARA/SITE, Justin Hibbs & Monica Ursina Jager, Christinger De Mayo, Zurich; The New International, Galeria Pilar, Sao Paulo; Weltentwürfe, Kunsthaus Grenchen, Switzerland (all 2014); Oh My Complex, Württ Kunstverein, Stuttgart (2012). His work is in several private and public collections, including The Saatchi Collection and The University of the Arts Collection.

 

Ben Lancaster has over 20 years of experience in sound design and the creation of electronic music. He uses both analogue and digital processes for a diverse variety of applications including live improvisational performance. He is also director of a design consultancy.

 

Rosalind Davis is an artist-curator based in London and a graduate of the Royal College of Art. She was recently part of exhibition Catalyst at Husk gallery, London, in which Hibbs also exhibited. Recent solo shows include the Bruce Castle Museum (2013) and John Jones Project Space (2009). Davis is also co-founder and co-directs Zeitgeist Arts Projects.

 

David Ben White studied at Central St. Martins at Chelsea College of Art, London and currently lives and works in London. Collaborating and curating with Justin Hibbs, the two artists have worked together on many projects including Temples to the Domestic, Clifford Chance, London; Lost Properties, Coleman Project Residency, 2012; and in 2008, the exhibitions Working Space 1 & 2 at The Arts Gallery, London and Lucy Mackintosh Gallery, Lausanne.

 

Jessica Cerasi is Exhibitions Manager at Carroll / Fletcher. 

 

Limited capacity, please arrive early to secure a place.