Six self-publishing artists read and perform their work as a prelude to the 2019 edition of the Artist Self-Publishers’ Fair.
Through a series of presentations, artists, writers and publishers address radical notions of accessibility and opposition to the commodity. Performers include Emily Pope, Adam Gallagher, Angharad Williams, Ruth Angel Edwards, Oliver Rees and James Whittingham
On Sunday 8 December, ASP5 presents over 80 UK and international independent artist self-publishers.
Ruth Angel Edwards
currently lives and works in London. Her work has been exhibited in the UK and internationally at Arcadia Missa, London; Auto Italia South East, London; Tate Modern; FACT, Royal Standard, Liverpool; Human Resources, Los Angeles; and MEYOHAS Gallery, New York.
Adam Gallagher is an artist and writer based in London who works mainly through performance –challenging its reliance upon temporality and working against the performative-artist-ego. He self-publishes a series of pamphlets called E.A.R.F.
is an artist based in London. She is currently making a sitcom called The Sitcom Show
. She is interested in labour, characterisations of ‘the worker’, monologues, ‘feminist’ video art, series making, mainstream and experimental television, social realism and American folk singers (mainly Nanci Griffith), among other things.
Oliver Rees is a London-based artist. Exhibitions as a solo artist and as part of the group Model Court include Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; Stroom Den Haag, The Hague; Gasworks, London; Limoncello, London; Theaterhaus Jena; The Hole, London; Bonheur Theatre, Rotterdam; and Chisenhale Gallery, London.
James Whittingham lives and works in London. His work has been shown at 3236rls London, Liszt gallery Berlin and Lima Zulu project space London. He has written a novella titled Drones & Dresses.
Angharad Williams currently lives between Rotterdam and Berlin. Recent projects include Clerks Quarters, KW, Berlin (2018); Houses are really bodies, Cubitt, London; Radiophrenia, CCA, Glasgow; Scattered Disc, Futura, Prague; LEFTOVERS, 3 137, Athens (all 2017); and Assemble Relatives, TENT, Rotterdam (2016).