Until Sunday 26th Aug 2018
This August, Bryony Stone’s IRL art platform all in: will transform House of Vans into an artists' residency, building a community of London’s most promising young talent in a cavernous space beneath the city’s busiest station and giving a physical space to four artists through which they can voice their opinions.
all in: progress will bring four emerging artists together. Fine artist Al e Kungu, fashion designer and illustrator Paolina Russo, painter George Rouy and multi-disciplinary artist Wilson Oryema will be provided with a site-specic, purpose-built studio in our gallery space.
During the month, each artist will generate a new entire body of work across fine art, sculpture, and fashion, driving their practice in unexpected new directions in response to the community working alongside them.
Open to the public from Thursday through to Sunday of each week, all in: progress will provide visitors with a rare insight into the process behind each artists work, inviting them to observe each artist’s work in progress, as it happens.
The residency will be open to the public from the 2nd of August, when the four artists will enter the space.
On 9 August, the public will be invited to join the residency’s curator Bryony Stone who will be chairing a panel discussion with all four artists discussing youth, power and the need for radical creativity in London’s changing landscape.
Lastly, on 23 August, the new work which will be shown at a private view which will be open to the public followed by a week-long public exhibition of the work.