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Waterworth, David (2020) 10-4. [Show/Exhibition]

PDF ("10-4" Exhibition website page (PDF) and installation shots)
26294 WATERWORTH_10-4_(Sup1)_2020.pdf - Supplemental Material

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Documenting a decade of gallery activity at the University of Greenwich, ‘10-4’ takes the form of an ‘expanded archive’, where the contents of the curator’s office, and associated storerooms, have been collated and displayed in chronological and thematic order.
Starting with the Stephen Lawrence Gallery’s six-year presence in Wren’s Queen-Anne Court at the Old Royal Naval College, the exhibition follows its more recent evolution into three separate exhibition spaces, occasioned by the September 2014 opening of the new academic building in Stockwell Street.
On display are items as various as cotton handling gloves and bespoke beers; limited edition prints, balls of string, announcement cards, hanging instructions and extension cables. As a whole, the full plethora of exhibits in the archive makes visible not only the range of exhibitions and events covered during the ten year period, but something of the behind-the-scenes experience of making them happen.

Item Type: Show/Exhibition
Additional Information: The exhibition "10-4" and an interview with its curator (David Waterworth) are included in the Anglo-Finnish documentary video installation "Art as Problematic Waste" by Aimo Hyvärinen (Director-FI) and David Chapman (Sound-UK). The video installation was shown in Turku Art Hall 4-27 Nov 2019; Kulttuuritalo Laikku, Tampere and The Stephen Lawrence Gallery, Project Space (University of Greenwich) 6-17 March 2020.
Uncontrolled Keywords: archive, expanded-archive, museum-studies, storage, objects, waste
Subjects: N Fine Arts > N Visual arts (General) For photography, see TR
Faculty / School / Research Centre / Research Group: Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences > School of Design (DES)
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