Posts Tagged ‘Hana Noorali’

A Busy, Happy Ending to 2015: recent news and a round up of the year

Christmas Tree at CHELSEA space - stacked benches designed by Gary Woodley for CHELSEA space in 2010 and a mirrorball from the exhibition Neal White: Fieldworks in the Museum of the Void

Christmas Tree at CHELSEA space – stacked benches designed by Gary Woodley for CHELSEA space in 2010 and a mirrorball from the exhibition Neal White: Fieldworks in the Museum of the Void (2009)

It has been another great year for CHELSEA space, thank you to everyone  who has exhibited, visited, participated or contributed, we are grateful for your … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

A New Era: reflections on the summer, a new exhibition and the start of MA Curating and Collections

David Garnett preparing objects from the ILEA/Camberwell Collections for the 'A Good Design?' exhibition

collections manager David Garnett preparing objects from the ILEA/Camberwell Collections for the new CHELSEA space exhibition ‘A Good Design?’

Instead of a quiet summer the period following the exhibition Markets featuring Charlotte Prodger and The Block was extremely busy and very productive.

installation view of Icons of Process Carlyle Reedy at Flat-Time House installation view of ‘Icons of Process Carlyle Reedy’ … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

The end of our blue period, a wedding in Zagreb, and a private view for Grenville Davey

Director of Tate Modern, Chris Dercon, in CHELSEA space's Almost Bliss installation

Director of Tate Modern, Chris Dercon, in CHELSEA space’s Almost Bliss installation

Our show Almost Bliss: Notes on Derek Jarman’s Blue finally came to an end, the blue vinyl was removed from the windows and the strange effects of the blue gels vanished in the daylight. The commemorations of the life and work of the late Derek Jarman continue throughout the year with international film screenings and exhibitions but the finale of the London season of events marking the 20th anniversary … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Blue View

Almost Bliss private view

CHELSEA space’s tinted windows succinctly announced the launch of our new show  Almost Bliss: Notes on Derek Jarman’s Blue 

private view crowd

The show revolves around Derek Jarman’s notes for his seminal late work Blue and is part of Jarman2014 a year long cycle of events, exhibitions, and screenings to celebrate the life and work of Derek Jarman and to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his premature death from AIDS … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Stuart Comer & James Mackay talk about The Early Films of Derek Jarman + news on Nicky Carvell, Florian Roithmayr, Kit Craig, & Alice Channer

Derek Jarman 'A journey To Avebury' 1971 Super 8 Film

CHELSEA space and the CCW Graduate School hosted an excellent talk by Tate Modern Curator of Film  Stuart Comer and film producer James Mackay on the Early Films of Derek Jarman (1942-1994).

James Mackay and Stuart Comer talking Derek Jarman in the Lecture Theatre at Chelsea College of Art & Design

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Before the Aftermath

Laure Genillard levels with Dean Hughes

With Laure Genillard’s Aftermath: Objects from Projects opening on Tuesday 3rd May the installation was in full swing last week and Laure Genillard, sleeves rolled up and drill and spirit level in hand, was clearly enjoying herself.

Laure Genillard screws mirror plates on David Tremlett's 'Spring Recordings' with work by Matthew Harrison in the foreground

Laure has included David Tremlett’s working documentation for The Spring Recordings … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Monitoring Stephen Willats (part 3)

Stephen Willats with curator Michele Drascek

One thing that has been confirmed by going through Stephen Willats’ West London  Social Resource Project materials is that, whether its 1972 or 2011, Stephen always has an eye for cool luggage. We are wondering whether the striped bag in the black and white photograph from 1972 was as bright as his latest one.

an image of Stephen Willats in 1972 from the editioned boxed set of examples from the WEST LONDON SOCIAL RESOURCE PROJECT

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Taking a Trip – LSD + the RA, via Hana Noorali

Tobias Collier supporters

Hana Noorali, co-curator of our fifth year anniversary celebrations, Should I Stay Or Should I Go, has recently been working with the artist Tobias Collier. CHELSEA space has followed Hana since she first arrived on our doorstep in 2005 and she never disappoints;  we hope Collier’s science inspired ‘pointillist’ drawings, light pieces, diagrams, and sculpture gets the attention they deserve.

John Dunbar and David Tremlett

Through Hana, CHELSEA space Director Donald Smith … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Mick Jones – Should I Stay or Should I G-02

Mick Jones plays 'Should I Stay or Should I Go' at CHELSEA space

Paul Gorman in conversation with Mick Jones at Tate Britain

After helping CHELSEA space at the opening for Shelagh Cluett: Sculpture 1977-1980, Ade Sabini will now be looking forward to getting back to Mick Jones who will be performing with the Gorillaz at London’s O2 on 14th and 16th November as part of a world tour which … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here