On Friday 2nd of October JupiterWoods will launch four converging projects. The first three come together under the header ‘infrastructure’ and operate as part reactivation, part finalisation, part implementation, of permanent installations that engage in the fabric and architecture of JupiterWoods. The fourth project is a presentation of new works by our latest artist-in-residence, Ricki Dwyer.
Anne de Boer and Eloise Bonneviot will re-open the permanent project The Mycological Twist in the garden. This will be accompanied by the first of two artist interventions, commencing with a work by Charles Pryor, planned as part of a programme unfolding over the course of the upcoming seasons.
Saemundur Thor Helgason will officially launch the permanent installation Bedesk Residency: a multi-purpose piece of furniture – both a bed and a desk – designed and manufactured specifically for the residency room on the first floor of JupiterWoods.
As its first iteration, Lacuna Sovereignty features a new work by Anne de Boer. Lacuna Sovereignty is a multi-location, ongoing exhibition and research platform exploring notions of governance within our contemporary, globalized and technologized world. For this occasion, De Boer is presenting a sculpture-cum-server to be permanently installed at JupiterWoods and host all of the content generated for the research platform. During the launch this interactive object will be expanded to its full capacity, occupying the main gallery space.
The above mentioned infrastructural projects are supported by Arts Council England.
JupiterWoods is pleased to present new works by our latest artist-in-residence Ricki Dwyer, who has been living and working at JW since September 1st.
(text by JupiterWoods)