San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Jack J Hutchinson in conversation with Annabel Tilley (Zeitgeist Art Projects). Coinciding with the Madge Gill/Jack J Hutchinson exhibition Autography at the Nunnery Gallery, London.
This talk will explore the automatic, process-based nature of drawing. Both Hutchinson (resident artist at the Nunnery Gallery) and historically significant outsider artist, Madge Gill, have drawing at the centre of their practice. Hutchinson will discuss his new body of work, created in response to the Madge Gill collection at Newham Archives.
The talk will last approximately one hour and will also include an introduction to Gill's practice from Rosamond Murdoch, Director of the Nunnery Gallery. There will also be a cafe and bar serving food and drinks.
This is the second contemporary artist residency alongside the Madge Gill exhibitions which is a project conceived by Bow Arts and funded by the London Borough of Newham.
Jack J Hutchinson is a graduate in drawing from Wimbledon College of Art. An artist, writer, lecturer and educator, he has exhibited nationally and has work held in private collections across the UK. Recent exhibitions include: Ludlow Open 2012, Collectible (Zeitgeist Art Projects), Bow Open 2012 (Bow Arts) and The Shadow as Drawing (The Centre for Drawing). He is a regular contributor to publications including Dazed and Confused, Garageland and the Guardian. Hutchinson is also online editor for AIR: Artists Interaction and Representation - the UK's largest ever membership body for visual artists.
When & Where
Organised by the Nunnery Gallery Art Programme
The Nunnery Gallery is a public gallery, cafe and artist community hub offering talks, walks, seminars, peer-crit and opportunities for artists.
There is a rolloing exhibition programme which offers a year round series of exhibitions.
The gallery and cafe are open Tuesday - Sunday 10am-4pm.