Installation photographs of  ‘Only the World Remains’ exhibition, Space Station 65, Kennington.

5th May – 29th July 2017.

A conversation with the artists and writer Sally O’Reilly event on 15th June. To book your free tickets go to; https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mismemoires-and-untranslations-a-conversation-with-sally-oreilly-bridgette-ashton-nicole-mollett-tickets-34474754920

For more information about how to get to the gallery go to www.spacestationsixtyfive.com

Photographs by Rob Smith of ‘The Triumph of Time and Truth’ performance on the 5th May with sound artist Lee Berwick and performance artist Frog Morris at Space Station 65 Gallery. The work was inspired by the David Coke text on Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, which once stood close to the location of the gallery.

ONLY THE WORLD REMAINS
Bridgette Ashton & Nicole Mollett

An exhibition of sculpture, installation, drawings and works on paper.  Featuring a live Magic Lantern performance by Nicole Mollett during the opening and a guided walk by Bridgette Ashton on 6th May at 2pm.

SPACE STATION SIXTY-FIVE
Building One
373 Kennington Road
London
SE11 4PT

6/5-29/7 (open Thursday- Saturday)

www.spacestationsixtyfive.com

 

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More Than 100 Stories is a digital collection of texts and images responding to the stories, achievements and learning of the Creative People and Places programme 2013-2016.

The collection is built around ten key themes: confidence, decision-making, failure, language, local, partnership, people, taste, time and trust, which arose out of the artists’ period of research.

Created by writer Sarah Butler and artist Nicole Mollett, this work comes from conversations, observations and visits to the 21 CPP projects across England.

This exhibition showcases a selection of Sarah and Nicole’s work. The full collection is available online at: www.creativepeopleplaces.org.uk/more-than-100-stories

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Belial Trump, 2016

Made for the Festival of Dissent, Milton’s Cottage, a colouring in drawing responding to the current political situation. Please feel free to download this image, colour it in, and if you share it on twitter, please copy me in @KENTBaton.

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I will be doing Magic Lantern Shows and workshops with Frog Morris at;

Framed Film Festival 2016

10pm-5pm

19 – 20 November 2016

Cinema 2 & 3 Foyers, Barbican Centre

For more info see; https://www.barbican.org.uk/film/event-detail.asp?ID=20455

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I will be launching my collaborative commission More Than 100 Stories at this conference on the 27th Sept 2016.

More Than 100 Stories is a digital collection of texts and images responding to the stories, achievements and learning of the Creative People and Places programme 2013-2016. Created by writer Sarah Butler and artist Nicole Mollett, this work comes from conversations, observations and visits to the 21 CPP projects across England.

The collection is built around ten key themes: confidence, decision-making, failure, language, local, partnership, people, taste, time and trust, which arose out of the artists’ period of research.

In addition to the online collection, Nicole and Sarah have made two larger-scale pieces of work, showcased in print, an illustrated map of England, detailing highlights of the CPP programme, and a short story which further explores the thematic concerns of More Than 100 Stories.

Explore the full collection online: www.creativepeopleplaces.org.uk/more-than-100-stories

 

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‘Eve’

Ceramic, human hair. 2016

Art in the Garden, Milton’s Cottage

 

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I have 2 new maps of London published inside this new book written by Curiocity, published by Particular Books.

Curiocity is a new A to Z exploring every aspect of life in London. Its 26 chapters weave together the city’s stories with striking reflections, practical ideas and itineraries, and contributions from London voices such as Monica Ali and Iain Sinclair. The book is illustrated by artists including Chris Riddell, Isabel Greenberg and Steven Appleby, and at the heart of each chapter is an original hand-drawn map, charting everything from the city’s international communities, underground spaces and children’s dreams, to its unrealised plans, erogenous zones and dystopian futures. Curiocity is a unique guide that will transform the way you see and experience London.

The books are available to buy online; https://www.amazon.co.uk/Curiocity-Pursuit-London-Henry-Eliot/dp/1846148677

To buy the original artworks please email me (see contacts page).