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#77
Rasheed Araeen, Peter Fillingham and Chelsea Space

14 November– 14 December 2018

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Chelsea Space Tea Time Talks


Chelsea Space invites you to join us for the fourth and final afternoon tea running in conjunction with the exhibition Rasheed Araeen, Peter Fillingham and Chelsea Space. Each Wednesday between 4:30 – 6:00pm we have had a special guest hosting the afternoon with a talk in the gallery.

Wednesday 21 November 4:30 – 6:00pm Dr David Dibosa
Wednesday 28 November 4:30 – 6:00pm Mahmood Jamal
Wednesday 5 December 4:30 – 6:00pm Garth Lewis
Wednesday 12 December 4:30 – 6:00pm Peter Fillingham in conversation with Cécile Bourne-Farrell


Wednesday 12 December we are delighted to have artist Peter Fillingham in conversation with curator Cécile Bourne-Farrell.

Donald Smith, Director of Exhibitions at Chelsea Space, will welcome guests from 4:30pm. Peter and Cécile will begin their conversation at 5pm.

A selection of teas and doughnuts will be provided, please feel free to bring your own mug otherwise paper cups will be available.

Due to limited capacity, please ensure to book your place through the booking link provided.


Peter Fillingham
http://www.peterfillingham.com

Peter Fillingham is a sculptor and curator. His practice includes site-specific, object-based installation, regeneration and cultural events. During the last three decades he has worked, collaborated and exhibited with many creative figures. His studio practice is related to a theatre of sculpture, (the processes through which ideas pass towards being realised as material/complete).

Since 1997 Fillingham has played a large part in ‘making present’ artistic events on the peripheries of perceived cultural epicentres, notably in Kent and Nord Pas de Calais, where his work has been highlighted in publications by Art Historian and writer Jane Lee. Known for his sensitivity in situating artists - through exhibitions and events - to new places and spaces, in turn, he is able to introduce those places – and art - to broader audiences. He is highly sympathetic to already existing ad hoc situations, which are not essentially changed through his interventions, but sit side-by-side with them.

His artistic practice has played an informed critical role in his teaching practice. He is a former Head of the 3D Pathway (Sculpture) at Central St. Martins and a former Chair of Fine Arts at Parson’s Paris. He is Editor-at-large at /Seconds.


Cécile Bourne-Farrell
http://www.cecile-bourne-farrell.com

Cécile is an independent curator who worked for the Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris, and for both public, private and Higher Education institutions in Africa, Asia and Europe, including King’s College London. She joins Arts Cabinet on an advisory capacity, and as Curator, Special Projects.

Peter Fillingham
Image: Peter Fillingham installing “Twinkle” 2018

 

 

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