Saturday 30 – Sunday 31 March
10.00am – 6.00pm
Freelands Lomax Fellow, Athanasios Argianas invites the public to his open studio where he will present works-in-progress developed during his residency.
As part of the open studio, on Saturday 30 March between 4.30 – 5.00pm there will be a performance of new musical compositions created by Argianas.
3 pieces for strings & a machine:
Cello: Joe Zeitlin
Viola: Jennifer Ames
Violin: Dan-Iulian Druțac
Athanasios Argianas (b. 1976, Athens) lives and works in London and Athens since 1997. Argianas recent exhibitions include: Line, Lisson Gallery, London, The Promise Of Total Automation, Kunsthalle Wien Antidoron, Documenta 14 at Friedricianum, Kassel, readingmachinesmovingmachines (solo) at On Stellar Rays, New York, Art Of Sound, at Fondazione Prada, Ca Corner, Venice, The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, St Louis, MO. In 2012 his work was featured in The Imminence of Poetics – The 30th Biennale of Sao Paulo, Pavilhão Ciccillo Matarazzo, Brazil, and at PERFORMA 13 New York a year later. He has held solo exhibitions and performances at We All Turn This Way, The Serpentine Pavilion, Serpentine Gallery, London, The Length Of A Strand Of Your Hair, Of The Width Of Your Arms, Unfolded at EMST National Museum Of Contemporary Art, Athens, The Length Of Your Arms Unfolded, the Barbican Art Gallery, London. Argianas runs Daedalus Street with Rowena Hughes, a project facilitating the development of new artworks by invited artists in their studio in Athens.