Mai 26 – 29 2016

Tiny Domingos | Julia Riddiough | Bella Easton
Curated by BEASTON projects, A Brooks Arts and rosalux Berlin,

Three artist-led curatorial art platforms have collaborated in a cultural concept to present each other’s creative practices. The UK and German based art initiatives aim to promote an open exchange of ideas characterised by the presentation of their own very different art practices under the umbrella of this year’s Platform Projects.

A cross-cultural collaboration that explores the relationship between the artist as curator as artist. The cultural concept is a unique project on the subjectivity of art and curating across borders, highlighting the presence of the artist-led approach in contemporary art. What are the implications of combining these roles and subverting them to produce new opportunities and secure relationships.

BEASTON projects presents Tiny Domingos
Domingos‘ artistic practice combines space-related work with conceptual approaches surrounding issues on economy, identity and popular culture.

A Brooks Arts presents Bella Easton
A London based artist who works between painting and printmaking to form immersive architectural fabrications made from a geometric framework of hundreds of panels.

rosalux presents Julia Riddiough
An artist with an active interest in exploring and investigating the archive, looking at the space between fact and fiction, meaning and perception often referencing the representation and portrayal of women.