Sculpture David Toop & Rie Nakajima

© Metod Blejec

 

 

     Sculpture is an event devised and curated by Rie Nakajima and David Toop.
Any event that defines itself from the environment and within time is a Sculpture.
The participants may be musicians, artists, performers, writers or anybody who has something they can present.
The guidelines for the format are simple.

 

1. You can place your Sculpture in any part of the space except for those that are forbidden by external forces.

2. Please choose the duration of your Sculpture.
This can be approximate for your own purposes but please be specific when you tell us the duration.

3. If your Sculpture lasts for longer than the time you have chosen then you may find that the next Sculpture overlaps with yours. Please don’t be alarmed by this.

 

     In their conversation for OTO Broadcast on Resonance FM, 2013, Rie Nakajima and David Toop talked about events as sculpture, the duration of objects and the weight of actions. Sculpture is an experience that proposes a strategy, working to subvert the routines of performance as entertainment, lecture as information, literature fixed to the page, the conventions of duration, the direction of light and occupation of a space. Does the sculptor have to be present, or make things? Always end with a question?
     Sculpture has been presented since 2013. The participating artists have included Angharad Davies, Daniela Cascella, Pierre Berthet, Charles Hayward, Max Eastley, Emi Watanabe, Lina Lapelyte, Marie Roux, David Cunningham, John Butcher and many others.

 

 

 

 

Past Sculptors

 

Sculpture1

26 March 2013, Cafe OTO, London

Max Eastley, Daniela Cascella, Elaine Mitchener, Emi Watanabe, David Cunningham, Marie Roux, Daichi Yoshikawa,
John Butcher, Mildred Rambaud, Marjolaine Charbin, Keiko Yamamoto

 

Sculpture2

11 July 2013, Dalston House, Barbican/OTO, London

Angharad Davies and Daniela Cascella, Lina Lapelyte, Stuart Marshall (Heterophonics)

 

Sculpture3

31 March 2014, Central Saint Martins, London

Charles Hayward, Jennifer Allum, Lore Lixenberg, Anton Lukoszevieze, Daniel Jackson, Adam Bohman, Pierre Berthet,
Edwina Ashton

 

Sculpture4

31 August 2014, Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield

Pia Palma, Dam Van Huynh, Elaine Mitchener, Group:Rebecca Davies, Gary Fisher, Sylvia Law, Gilda Manfring, Gareth Mitchell

 

Sculpture5

20 November 2014, Lydgalleriet, Bergen

Daniela Cascella and Signe Lidén, Elin Øyen Vister, John Hegre

 

Sculpture6

27 June 2015, Serralves Museu de Arte Contemporanea, Porto

Alejandra & Aeron, Rafael Toral, Gil Delindro

 

Sculpture7

6 September 2015, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Howard Skempton, Hannah Silva, Mark Sanders