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Event: Ways of Living Final Day with Curators’ Tour and Performance by Beatrice Loft Schulz (23 Jul 2016)

Exhibition Date:

Curators’ Tour with Arcadia Missa (Rózsa Farkas and Zhoe Granger): 4pm

Performance by Beatrice Loft Schulz of Sally (2016): 5pm

Last chance to see the ninth edition of the Curators’ Series by Arcadia Missa. The exhibition Ways of Living engages artists who occupy and transform spaces; with both emerging and historical artists including Hannah BlackBernd and Hilla BecherJesse DarlingSharon HayesEva HesseJenny HolzerPeter HujarJuliana HuxtableAnne ImhofBeatrice Loft SchulzAdrian Piper,Hannah Quinlan and Rosie HastingsPaul ThekLena Tutunjian and Holly White.

Arcadia Missa is a self-organised space founded in 2011 in Peckham, South East London. It combines independent research and curatorial projects, exhibition space and publications platform. It has presented off-site projects at international institutions including Astrup Fearnley Museet (Oslo), South London Gallery (London), 55 Sydenham Road (Sydney) and Tank TV (London and online). The journal How To Sleep Faster, which combines creative writing with critical theory and commentary, is now in its seventh edition. Arcadia Missa is run by Founding Director and Curator Rozsa Farkas (b. 1987, UK) and Director Zhoe Granger (b.1988, New Zealand).

Beatrice Loft Schulz (b. 1986, UK) is a Glasgow-based artist, writer and researcher. She recently exhibited a solo show, Living Arrangement # (2015), at Arcadia Missa, London. Her written works include The Story of Joan of Arc, for a collection edited by Babak Ghazi; booklet with text and typography (working title), with Tal Isaac Hadad’s modified piano series at the Istanbul Bienniale and in Senza Cornice; Seduction as a Virtual Object, with V.O.R.G., in EROS Journal.

DRAF Curators’ Series supports independent curators by commissioning special research-based projects, considering the curator as an author. The programme is not open to proposals: curators whose work DRAF has been following are specifically invited to develop an original exhibition at DRAF.Former participants  include Cylena Simonds (UK), Raimundas Malasauskas (Lithuania), Mihnea Mircan (Romania), Mathieu Copeland (UK), Simone Menegoi and Chris Sharp (It and US), Pablo Leon de la Barra (Mexico), Natasha Ginwala (India) and Vivian Ziherl (Australia) and Christine Eyene (Cameroon/France).
DRAF Curators’ Series is supported by Arts Council England.
Thanks to DRAF Galleries Circle for generously supporting performance at DRAF.

 

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  • Installation view of 'Ways of Living', 2016. Photo: Tim Bowditch
    1/1Installation view of 'Ways of Living', 2016. Photo: Tim Bowditch