16.03.2018 (Friday), 18:00.
This event accompanies the exhibition "The Trouble with Value", Bunkier Sztuki.
Stage-point 1 is a participatory performative event dedicated to a building at Łobzowska Street, Kraków, once the artist’s childhood home. Stage-point 1 is a reaction to recently discovered scope of the building's history in the immediate post-war years, subsequent transformations of its space/functions, and 'home' as part of the artist’s exploration of the subject.
2 Feb - 7 May 2018.
Prison, Palace. Margate Museum.
Offsite programme: Journeys with The Waste Land, Turner Contemporary.
This project explores issues around memory and absence. In parallel to showing my own work, I have invited contributions by Cecilia Bonilla, Joanna Rajkowska, Alicja Rogalska, Justyna Scheuring and Eva Stenram.
15 December 2017 6pm. Private View.
The Trouble with Value, 15 December 2017 - 18 March 2018.
Bunkier Gallery, Kraków. Poland.
Featured artists: Rachel Carey, Fokus Grupa, gerlach en koop, Sława Harasymowicz, Monique Hendriksen, Femke Herregraven, Gert Jan Kocken, “Kra Kra Intelligence” Cooperative, Sarah van Lamsweerde, Louise Lawler, Adrian Paci, Ewa Partum, Mladen Stilinović, Feliks Szyszko, Maciej Toporowicz, Timm Ulrichs.
Curators: Kris Dittel, Krzysztof Siatka
Technical assistance: Sarah Balikowski, Krystian Dziewanowski and Katarzyna Legutko.
More info: bunkier.art.pl/the-trouble-with-value
12 December (Tuesday), 6 pm.
'Reel Static. Looking into Family Frames'. Artist's talk, in conversation with Gabriela Sułkowska.
Part of Trauma and Revival project.
Project organizer: Palais des Beaux-Arts (BOZAR). Partners: Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art (Krakow), Kunst und Medientechnologie (Karlsruhe), Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto (Biella), University of Jyväskylä, kim? Contemporary Art Centre (Riga).
Curators: Katarzyna Bojarska (in collaboration with Iwona Kurz).
Cooperation: View. Foundation of Visual Culture
More info: bunkier.art.pl/douglas-gordon-i-had-nowhere-to-go
Study visit with Bunkier Gallery Kraków Poland. Research and development as part of The Trouble with Value exhibition (December 2018).
September 2017 – Feb 2018.
Artist in residence at Margate Museum, collaboration with Turner Contemporary.
10 March 2017, Royal College of Art.
Key speaker at Imaginary Interactions, a roundtable session along with Dr Joanne Morra (Central Saint Martins). The session focuses on participation and interaction within visual art practices related to museums and archives.
4 December 2016, 3pm.
Artist's talk and in-conversation with Dr Caterina Albano, Freud Museum London.
More info here: www.freud.org.uk/radio-on
The Spring to Come private view at The Poetry Library, Southbank , with a specially commissioned performance by sound artists Adio West, Matt Lewis and Ian Powell. Tuesday 4 October 2016.
September 2016: I am currently doing a short print-based residency at Hello Print Studios, part of Resort Margate.
Sława Harasymowicz in conversation with Uriel Orlow: Wednesday 27 July 2016, 6.30pm at narrative projects.
Freud Museum, London, 4 June 2016.
Recording The Spring To Come, audio performance based on my script. Actors: Dominik Czechowski, Gavin Duff, Frederick Fraser, Angus King, Ian Powell and Kuba Wesołowski. Technical assistance: Frederick Fraser.
I am showing work as part of Layered Narratives: Collage, Photomontage, Print at l'etrangere, London, 24 June-31 July 2016. Other artists: Jyll Bradley, Mark Corfield-Moore, Katie Cuddon, Piotr Krzymowski, Katharina Marszewski, Marek Szczęsny, Anita Witek.
My solo exhibition Radio On (Narrative Projects, 2016) curated by Dominik Czechowski has received the Arts Council England funding (Grants for the Arts). Radio On is part of a multi-stage project; see also H.N.5 515, Centrala, Birmingham, 2015 and The Spring to Come, Poetry Library Southbank, London (forthcoming, autumn 2016).
Hart Ducha (working title 'Falcon', 2016-2017) awarded an artistic stipend from the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Project will be realised in collaboration with BWA Gallery Tarnów and curated by Ewa Tatar.
Wolf Man (graphic novel, Self Made Hero 2012) has just been published in Argentina (2016) and Poland (2016).