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Discursivity: Call for Artworks

an art perfomance with gigantic gloves
an art perfomance with gigantic gloves
Sivia Whitman, Passing Through
Written by
Post-Grad Communtiy
Published date
05 December 2019

A new exhibition platform across two sites for CCW practice-based PhD students

CCW PhD students are invited to submit their artworks (either complete or in process) for participation in a group exhibition and a one–day discussion led by Dr Mo Throp & Dr Stephen Wilson which will explore the discursive, analytical and explicative possibilities of practice-as-research. Together we will re-examine what has been produced and look closely at the relationships between political, ethical and aesthetic gestures under which new knowledge is possible to research and discover. The discussions will also include MA Fine art students.

The exhibition aims to showcase the visibility of the innovative and exploratory research within practice-based PhD candidates at CCW. Together we hope to provide shared insights about what is proposed within postgraduate art education and the increasing rise of research contexts available today.

Exhibitions sites include:

Camberwell Space: 12th–26thMarch 2020

Private View in the evening with drinks on March 16th; followed by a day of discussion on March 19th with Camberwell MA Fine Art students in attendance.

The Cookhouse Gallery, Chelsea: 2nd–5thMay 2020

Private View in the evening with drinks on May 4th; followed by a day of discussion on May 5th with Chelsea MA Fine Art students in attendance.

Exhibition curation and installation will be kindly supported by the Post­–Grad Community Coordinators, Laetitia Forst & Abbi Fletcher.

The expression of interest: should consist of: up to 5 examples of the proposed work to be exhibited with a short description and also a short statement of your PhD project, max. 100 words. The format for applications must be digital. All mediums of work welcome! Please state any technical requirements.

Practical Considerations: For the selected artists will install their work at Camberwell on 12 March; attend the private view on the 16 March; take part in a discussion of their work on 19 March; take down the show on 26 March. OR at Chelsea: install 2 May; attend the private view on 4 May; take part in a discussion of their work on 5 May; take down on evening of 5 May. The exhibition organisation team (Mo Throp, Stephen Wilson, Abbi Fletcher and Laetitia Forst) will allocate successful applicants to one or the other space. Members of the team will be on hand throughout the process to help with any requirements.

Please send your expression of interest, along with images of your work digitally to

Deadline for submissions: Wednesday, 8 January 2020 (2pm)

All applicants will be informed by Tuesday 14 January 2020 (5pm)