Hoxton project space Kunstraum invites artist Dorine van Meel to discuss her current practice, situated within and between the media of moving image, sculpture and installation. The conversation between artist and curator (Thomas Cuckle) will both introduce van Meel’s past work and make public a work-in-progress collaboration towards her solo exhibition in late 2015 at Kunstraum.
Dorine van Meel (b. 1984, Netherlands) completed her MFA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College in 2014. She is the current recipient of the Nina Stewart Artist Residency at the South London Gallery. Selected solo exhibitions include: Between the Dog and the Wolf, South London Gallery; Kunstraum, London (both forthcoming 2015); …instead to meet strangers who might change our minds, Swiss Church, London (2014). Van Meel curated the group exhibition Luminous Flux at Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam (2014) and initiated Does Not Equal, a collaborative project on the creative potential and ongoing concerns of feminism at W139 in Amsterdam (2015).
Kunstraum was set up in 2012 with a remit to exhibit artists based outside of the UK who are increasingly established internationally yet are underexposed within London.
+1 is a new series in collaboration with London’s most exciting emerging spaces, collectives and publications, who each invite an artist to present a current project in DRAF’s library. By hosting these intimate profiles-in-the-moment, DRAF invites colleagues and public to engage in direct discussions departing from practice-based research. Click here for information on the first event in the series, +1: Anne de Boer & Eloïse Bonneviot, guests of Jupiter Woods.
Supported by Arts Council England