The Way Things Work (cycle seven)

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Event
May 2010
Gail Pickering; the seventh in a series of studio based seminars with invited artists. The specific emphasis of these sessions is the methods of investigation and processes of production in More...

The Way Things Work (cycle six)

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Event
May 2010
Ruth Ewan; the sixth in a series of studio based seminars with invited artists. The specific emphasis of these sessions is the methods of investigation and processes of production in More...

Double agents & Acme Studios

Revati Mann, in the Adrian Carruthers Studio, Acme Studios, Childers Street, London, May 2009.
May 2010
Acme Studios and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London, have secured a two-year Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP), a part government-funded programme which helps More...

The Way Things Work (cycle five)

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Event
Mar 2010
Uriel Orlow; the fifth in a series of studio based seminars with invited artists, exploring methods of investigation and processes of production in and beyond the studio, addressing issues of More...

Aesthetics of The Differends

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Event
Nov 2009
A lecture by artist Benoît Maire and Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield Presented in collaboration with Hollybush Gardens. ‘Differend’ commonly refers to a debate between two or more people about (among other More...

The Way Things Work (cycle four)

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Event
Nov 2009
Graham Gussin; the forth in a series of studio based seminars with invited artists, exploring methods of investigation and processes of production in and beyond the studio, addressing issues of More...

The Way Things Work (cycle three)

Adam Chodzko - round table
Event
Feb 2009
Adam Chodzko; the third in a series of studio based seminars with invited artists, as in previous sesssions as part of this programme – exploring methods of investigation and processes of production in and beyond the studio, addressing issues of collaboration, negotiation, dialogue, economic conditions and contexts. More...

Yve Lomax, The Art of Writing

Yve Lomax
Event
Feb 2009
Through a series of readings Yve Lomax discussed the specifics of writing as a form of art making. It has been a longstanding concern of Yve Lomax to include writing within the repertoire of visual art and place emphasis on writing as a practice not only in relation to writing as art but also the ‘art’ of writing of theory. More...

Wallace Berman and Allen Ruppersberg

installation view - Camden Arts Centre
Event
Nov 2008
An afternoon symposium, in collaboration with Camden Arts Centre, examining the historical context and artistic legacy of the emergent art scene on the west coast of America in the 1950s More...

The Way Things Work (cycle two)

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Event
Nov 2008
Jaki Irvine and Will Holder; the second in a series of studio-based seminars with invited speakers exploring methods of investigation and processes of production in and beyond the studio, addressing issues of collaboration, negotiation, dialogue, economic conditions and contexts. More...

The Way Things Work (cycle one)

Emily Wardill and students
Event
Oct 2008
Emily Wardill; the first in a series of studio-based seminars with invited speakers exploring methods of investigation and processes of production in and beyond the studio, addressing issues of collaboration, negotiation, dialogue, economic conditions and contexts. More...

Space to Think

Double agents panel
Exhibition
Jul 2008
The inclusion of documentation of Double agents projects based around the paper ‘Friends of Art’ and the notion of ‘the studio as a verb’, the exhibition ‘Space to Think’ to accompany the conference Space to Think: Our Teaching, Learning and Making Spaces in the 21st Century, at Chelsea College of Art and Design. More...

Johanna Billing

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Event
Mar 2008
Johanna Billing, round table ‘in conversation’ with undergraduate students, BA Fine Art, to coincide with the inclusion of Johanna’s video work ‘Project for a revolution’ (2000) and ‘Missing Out’ (2001) in ‘Here We Dance’ at Tate Modern, London. More...

Jaki Irvine and Michael Newman

In a World Like This
Event
Dec 2007
Jaki Irvine and Michael Newman ‘in conversation’. A joint venture with Chisenhale Gallery on the occasion of Jaki Irvine’s solo exhibition ‘In a World Like This’. More...

Look Behind Us, a Blue Sky

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Publication
Aug 2007
A new book ‘Look Behind Us, a Blue Sky’ on the work of Johanna Billing, supported by Double agents, and published to accompany her major exhibition at Kunst Museum Basel and Dundee Contemporary Arts. More...

Vito Acconci, in conversation

studio 'round-table'
Event
Mar 2007
A talk by Vito Acconci, to present an overview of his practice, and a round table studio discussion with under-graduate, Post-graduate, Research students and invited guests in Studio G01, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Charing Cross Road. Vito Acconci’s visit was made possible through the support of the AHRC funded Research Project ‘Curating Architecture’ at Goldsmiths College and The Henry Moore Foundation. More...

1+1+1 issue four

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Publication
Jun 2006
This issue features a discussion of the work of Knut Henrik Henriksen between Lisa Panting and Malin Ståhl; a work for the page by Anne Tallentire based on commissioned a More...

1+1+1 issue three

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Publication
Nov 2005
This issue was produced to accompany the exhibition ‘Sounds Like Drawing’ in collaboration with The Drawing Room, and includes an essay by curator Anthony Huberman (SculptureCentre New York), a transcription of a public ‘in conversation’ at the gallery with the curators, exhibitors Kaffe Matthews, Steve Roden and Conor Kelly, and chaired by Ben Borthwick (Tate Modern), and a new work by Yve Lomax commissioned for the printed page. More...

Sounds Like Drawing

'in conversation'
Exhibition
Oct 2005
An exhibition exploring the trajectory between sound and drawing. 13 October – 20 November 2005 at The Drawing Room, London. Double agents collaborated with The Drawing Room to stage an event with Anthony Huberman, curator, and artists Kaffe Matthews, Conor Kelly, and Steve Roden, chaired by Ben Borthwick, Curator, Tate Modern. More...

Anthony McCall, in conversation

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Event
Oct 2005
A round table ‘in conversation’ with Graham Ellard and undergraduate students, BA Fine Art at Central Saint Martins. After an lecture by Graham Ellard introducing McCall’s work, selected students joined Anthony around the table in their studio to discuss their responses to the work. More...

1+1+1 issue two

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Publication
May 2005
This issue was produced to accompany the exhibition ‘The Trouble with Talkies’ and included essays on each of the works by their selectors – Anne Tallentire, Graham Ellard, Adam Chodzko, Lisa Panting, Uriel Orlow, Jaki Irvine. More...

The Trouble with Talkies

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Exhibition
May 2005
An exhibition of work by Locky Morris, Anthony McCall, Cecily Brennan, Tibor Hajas, Michel Khleifi and Eyal Sivan and Jitka Hanzlova selected by Double agents, Anne Tallentire, Graham Ellard and Stephen Johnstone, Lisa Panting, Adam Chodzko, Uriel Orlow, and Jaki Irvine, considering the notion of the conversation as an activity both between artists (acting as curators) and the works selected. More...

1+1+1 issue one

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Publication
Feb 2005
The first of a series of broad sheet journals featuring one essay, one interview and one artwork, each of which draws on significant current international practice. Issue one featured two More...

‘Friends of Art’ seminar

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Event
Nov 2004
‘Friends of Art’ a seminar at ELIA 8 Biennial Conference in Luzern – ‘Challenging the Frame’ convened by Anne Tallentire and Graham Ellard. The seminar considered the questions raised by collaborative approaches to practice in Fine Art and its implications for teaching, curriculum design and the studio in Fine Art education. After an introductory paper by Anne Tallentire and Graham Ellard presentations were made by artists’ Uriel Orlow and Ruth Maclennan, Adam Chodzko, and Emily Wardill. More...

Re: the archive, the image and the very dead sheep

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Publication
Nov 2004
A ‘ready-made archive’, a holiday correspondence and a philosophico-anecdotal meditation on history, ‘Re: the archive, the image, and the very dead sheep’ is the first collaborative work by Uriel Orlow More...

Density ±0

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Publication
Jan 2004
Catalogue, supported by Double agents, to accompany ‘Density ±0’, an exhibition focusing on the art of the ineffable or intangible, curated by Caroline Ferreira d’Oliveira and Marianne Lanavère. The show opened at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris in February. The show was supported by Double agents and features the work of Francis Alÿs, Graham Gussin, Roman Signer, Ceal Floyer, Carsten Nicolai, and work-seth/tallentire. More...

Works #3, #4, #5

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Publication
Oct 2003
‘Works #3, #4, #5’, a book, supported by Double agents, on the work of Johanna Billing, published by Milch to accompany the exhibition at Gainsborough Studios, London. More...

Peg Rawes, Graham Ellard and Stephen Johnstone

Peg Rawes, with Graham Ellard and Stephen Johnstone
Event
Jul 2003
Peg Rawes, in conversation with artists Graham Ellard and Stephen Johnstone to reconsider how aesthetics and critical structures mediate between architectural and visual practice, hosted by The Serpentine Gallery, in the Oscar Niemeyer Pavilion, organised by Lisa Panting, Milch, London. More...

Michael Asher, in conversation with Charles Esche

Michael Asher
Event
Jun 2003
Michael Asher, in conversation with Charles Esche – an event staged in collaboration with Afterall, at The Serpentine Gallery’s Oscar Niemeyer Pavilion. Michael Asher (b.1943, Los Angeles) is a seminal More...