25 Stratford Grove
Nicola Singh, Breath Experiment II, 2011, Bloc Projects, Compass Live Art, Sheffield, Photo: Graham Rhodes
UPDATED 27th July 2011
25sg event cancelation: 6th August, Nicola Singh
We are sorry to announce that due to unforeseen circumstances Nicola Singh’s residency has been postponed. The event programmed for Saturday 6th August has been cancelled until further notice.
We look forward to welcoming Nicola to the house in 2012.
In the mean time details of the next event at 25sg are coming soon…
With best wishes,
25 Stratford Grove
Sunday, 21st May 2011
Etienne Robertson, La Minerve, 1803
Isabella Streffen works in photography, film & video, writing and interstitial media to interrogate questions of perception, looking and desiring, often using low-tech instruments to challenge orthodox wisdom and explore the fundamental problems of vision.
Isabella’s current research examines the use of technologies developed for military vision, their use in art practice, and the impact on questions of subjectivity. She has a particular interest in the Space Race and the forgotten narratives of the Cold War.
For more information about the artist please visit: www.isabellastreffen.net
Isabella Streffen will be in residence at 25 Stratford Grove from 16th – 21st May 2011. We hope you will be able to join us for her performance on the Saturday. A timetable of the event will be available on Friday 19th May.
RSVP to email@example.com
Food and drink will be available throughout the day for a small cost…
Plate of delicious food: £1.50
Hot drinks: 50p
Soft drinks: 50p
Glass of wine: £1
Extra donations always welcome!
2pm Doors open
2-3pm Food available (Please note: Food will not be available after 3pm. Drinks will remain available throughout)
3pm Preview of Aeronauts
3.45pm Manifesto. Declaration
4pm Irene Brown and Isabella Streffen in conversation
We are soon closing down for the winter and we will be opening again with a new programme of live art in March 2011.
We want to say a big thank you for all the support you have given us over the last year and we will be looking forward to welcoming you and new artists back in the new year. Your enthusiasm for 25sg makes us more than ever want to develop experimental work contextualised within a supportive environment for which we are gaining a profile!
If there is any thing that you would like to add to the blog or facebook pages, any useful and critical feedback, please feel free to post your comments.
We will be launching the new programme along with a new website at the beginning of March 2011 so watch our space.
With our love and thanks,
Carole and Hannah.
Sunday 31st October
Performance will run from 4-6pm
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Found image edited by Louise de Froment
Home to one.
Temporary place of residence to many.
A building for quiet contemplation.
A space for gatherings.
Overhearing & Eavesdropping.
25 Stratford Grove will be used as a template to explore the social-hybrid identity common to most houses.
The resulting performance, Rooms In Flux, will run from 4-6pm on Sunday 31st October.
Please step inside and join us.
Sunday 17th October, 4-6pm
Single chair and tights piece, 2005, Katie Gilman
“I am driven by the urge to ritualistically define and explore the formal qualities of objects and spaces in a quest to consider my own place in the world….”
For her residency at 25sg Katie will locate, document and collect abandoned materials and objects from the surrounding area and experiment with them in the project space.
Having worked in recent years predominantly making temporary installations in the public realm Katie is looking forward to returning to a more intimate domestic scale and setting. Drawing on her characteristic repetitive, process driven practice she will experiment with found materials with the aim of exploring the undercurrents of memory, separation and loss in her work and to develop lines of enquiry for future development.
Artist’s website http://katiegilman.blogspot.com/
Event is free and refreshments will be available. Guests are welcome to bring food and drinks to share.
Sunday 10th October, 4-7pm
4-6 pm: Claire Rousell, durational performance in the attic
4-6 pm: Sophie Foster, durational performance in the shed
6-7 pm: Group discussion
16th – 20th September 2010
Exhibition opening times:
Thursday: 2 – 4
Friday – Monday: 10-12
End event on Monday 20th September 4-8pm
Detail of ‘Deep-sea-Cake’, mixed media on parchment paper, 2010.
An exhibition of drawings that transforms everyday. The viewer is invited to investigate their interaction with artwork placed on the walls and floor.
Guests are encouraged to bring food and drink to share at the end event on Monday 20th.
RSVP by email or through the blog.
You can view previous work by Thomas Whittle here: