Fowle Hall Features IV

Fowle Hall Features IV

26th June - 4th July 2010

Opening: 26th June 2010

FHF is an experiential and explorative arts event, with a 3 week exhibition and a night of performances, which takes place annually in a trio of stables and an apple orchard in Paddock Wood, Kent. Each year nine artists are invited to exhibit in the stables, and performers are invited to perform on a new stage created by an artist. There is no theme for the exhibition, artists are encouraged to present work for which they would most like some direct feedback. Through a collaborative installation, talks and discussions, exhibiting artists gain a new insights into their own work and how others perceive it.

[the] Evidence at Supermarket Kulterhuset 2010

The Evidence

[the] Evidence at SUPERMARKET, Kulterhuset, Sergels Torg, Stockholm

19th-21st February 2010

Press view: 18th February 2010

[the] Evidence is delighted to present bespoke artwork for the fair by past and future contributors to the publication: Ana Genoves ... JacksonWebb ... Julika Gittner ... Simona Brinkmann ... Dean Kenning ... Geraint Evans ... Nicholas Symes ... Ludovica Gioscia ... Chris Grieves & Richard Battersby ... Dean Brannagan ... Anna Johnson ... Josephine Wood ... Linda Persson ... Jon Purnell ... Tanya Benardout ... Stuart Elliott ... Sarah Sparkes ... Damien Meade ... Sini Pelkki ... Jacopo Miliani ... Clare Kenny ... Linda Barck ... Richard Parry ...

Bad Moon Rising III

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Curated by independent curator Jan Van Woensel, Bad Moon Rising is an ongoing project launched at Silverman Gallery, San Francisco in December 2007. Bad Moon Rising in San Francisco primarily focused on social, religious and political disturbance in the US. A varied selection of artworks, artifacts and a-historical references exposed some dark sides of the world’s self-proclaimed greatest nation. Participants included Rage Against the Machine, Tariq Ali, Claire Fontaine, Ben Vautier, Custer’s Revenge, The Weather Underground and others.

Bad Moon Rising III is co-curated with Jessica Silverman and opens January 16th 2009 at Boots Contemporary Art Space in St. Louis, Missouri.

Jackson Webb have recieved British Council funding for their participation in the exhibition. For more information please see:

An Experiment in Collaboration

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Jackson Webb and Dora Tang 'Chemical Drawing, 2008' laser dyes on watercolour paper

For this group exhibition, we will be showing a selection of work from our ongoing collaboration with bio-physicist Dora Tang. The exhibition opens on July 29th.

52 Meters Art Projects

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Ripe for Revisiting on a Daily Basis is an artists poster exhibition from 10th July till September 15th 2008 at 52 Meters, 291 Lillie Road, London, SW6 7LL 02073811774. Open Mon to Sat 10- 5pm. Private view Wed 13th August 6-9pm

Curated by Laura Eldret


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13 June - 26 July 2008

SPACE celebrates 40 years with an exhibition selected by Caroline Douglas, Head of Arts Council Collections.

Axel Antas, Josh Baum, Amanda Benson, Anne Bristow, Chila Kumari Burman, Leigh Clarke, Julie Cockburn, Ben Cove, Richard Crawford, Layla Curtis, Deborah Dawkin, Natalie Dower, Paul Eachus, Nigel Ellis, Julia Farrer, John Frankland, Peter Fraser, James P. Graham, Paul Green , Mark Harris, Peter Hawksby, Claude Heath, Mustafa Hulusi, Jim Jack, Rannva Kunoy, Ann-Marie LeQuesne, Hew Locke, Camilla Lyon, Andrea Medjesi-Jones, Fiona Merchant, Natasha Morland, Jost Münster, Adriette Myburgh, Saskia Olde Wolbers, Laura Oldfield Ford, Peter Peri, Sarah Perritt, Joanna Price, Bridget Riley, Suzanne Roles, Pascal Rousson, Piers Secunda, Yinka Shonibare, Martin Shortis, DJ Simpson, Walid Siti, Aerial Sparks, Fergal Stapleton, Michael Stubbs, Anthony Sullivan, James Faure Walker, Mark Wallinger, Ben Washington, Jackson Webb, William Wright.


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Art Futures 2008

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Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2007

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Hippopotamuse [left], and Untitled (Lamp) [right], both works 2006

"There's a strangeness to these artefacts that changes how I read the different parts. Furniture/art/decoration – which is the sovereign form? For me this puzzling reads as a satirical take on the economy of art reception, consumption, and the homogeneity of some corporate and domestic art displays. Look closely and there's a quirkiness to how they're made. The hippo has slipped off its fake Blu Tack, and there are blobs of the stuff elsewhere that create deliberate flaws.

Lamps, paintings, a shriving, striving between still sculptural object, picture and function. The paint describes, the lump of weight upon the triangulated surface holds it still."

Linda Norden, Curator, Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2007

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2007 is a national touring exhibition, travelling to The New Art Gallery Walsall, Rochelle School, London in October, and The Cornerhouse, Manchester from November to January.

Bridge Art Fair 07

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Jackson Webb have been invited to participate in Bridge Projects at the Trafalgar Hotel in London, October 2007.

Dark Glasses

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Dark Glasses was an exhibition curated by Jackson Webb with Miranda Laughlin, held at Standpoint Gallery, London between July and August 2007.

Days of the Commune

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