London Fields Autumn Artists’ Residency 2015

London Fields Autumn Artists’ Residency 2015 installation by Emily Motto for Which one of these is the non-smoking lifeboat?
Installation by Emily Motto for Which one of these is the non-smoking lifeboat?; image Dominic Tschudin

Supporting excellence, innovation and the critical practice of three-dimensional art; facilitating professional-development opportunities for artists committed to producing ambitious sculptural works.

London Fields Autumn Artists’ Residency 2015 consisted of a six-week residency for seven selected artists – Byzantia Harlow, Jamie Fitzpatrick, David Rickard, Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau, Emily Motto and Revital Cohen and Tuur Van Balen. It took place in Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre’s 2,500ft2 project space: 45 Gransden Avenue, London, E8 3QA, UK. Each resident received technical and curatorial assistance in the realisation of an ambitious new project, with two exhibitions bookending the programme.

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A publication exploring developments in the practice of sculpture in London 2015, through the lens of three themes: ‘Adventures in Material and Space’; ‘Public Sculpture, Public Art’ and ‘Ambition and Afterlife’.

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Life Cycle, Continuous considers the life cycle of both artwork and artist’s legacy with a particular focus on how it transforms, evolves and transitions across platforms, people, place and time.

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Which one of these is the non-smoking lifeboat? marks the culmination of Pangaea's Autumn 2015 artists’ residency. The exhibition showcases the ambitious three-dimensional artworks realised over the course of the

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Katherine Clarke (muf architecture/art, Andrew Ranville (Rabbit Island Artist Residency) & Hayley Skipper (Forestry Commission) present a selection of public art programmes.

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Join us for a one-day workshop that knocks the installation of sculpture off the plinth, taking it to another level. With Pangaea’s in-house technician, Leila Alice Smith.

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As part of this Autumn’s focus on ‘Public Sculpture, Public Art’, we met with artist Alex Chinneck and Megan Piper, co-founder of The Line, to discuss their respective public

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Arthur Manzo from W P Notcutt Ltd, leading supplier of mouldmaking and casting materials, demonstrated a range of materials, such as different rubbers, resins and jesmonite products.

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Taking Shape traces the through line that connects a body of work. Understanding an artist’s practice as constantly evolving, this exhibition presses pause to present sculptural works and consider the
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