Testing Ground for art and education
13 January – 6 February 2011
Thursday – Sunday, 12-6pm and for special events
Future Map 10
Showcasing the finest talent from University of the Arts London
PA/PER VIEW art book fair
Preview Friday 21 January 6-9pm
Fair Saturday 22 January and Sunday 23 January 12-6pm
Testing Ground | Time Scale
Royal College of Art and Goldsmiths College curatorial collaboration
Friday 28 January 6-10pm
Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 January 11am-7pm
The Zabludowicz Collection is delighted to present its third annual Testing Ground for art and education, a varied programme of exhibitions, events and an independent publishing fair. This year's edition includes Future Map 10, an exhibition of recent graduates from University of the Arts London'ssix colleges. Testing Ground also presents the first UK edition of PA/PER VIEW art book fair. It will also include Testing Ground | Time Scale, a weekend of exhibitions and events curated by students on the Royal College of Art's MA curating and Goldsmiths College's MfA Curating.
Now in its thirteenth year, Future Map has steadily built a reputation amongst industry insiders for showcasing a discerning selection of the next generation of artists and designers who will define our visual landscape. This year's Future Map 10 participants have been selected from nearly 10,000 graduating students from University of the Arts' colleges.
On 12 January, the winner of the Zabludowicz Collection Future Map Prize will be announced. The prize is a £3,000 award and a chance to make a commercial edition with the Zabludowicz Collection. It was founded in 2009 to support a graduating student from University of the Arts London. This year's panel of selectors is composed of artist Toby Ziegler, designer Ron Arad, and Zabludowicz Collection co-founder Anita Zabludowicz.
Now in its third year, PA/PER VIEW art book fair will present 27 international art book publishers. PA/PER VIEW has previously been presented in cities including New York, Brussels and Turin.
Testing Ground | Time Scale will take place during the weekend of 28-30 January, and marks theculmination of four months of collaborative work by students from the Royal College of Art and Goldsmiths College, who have been mentored by the curatorial team at the Zabludowicz Collection. The weekend will feature a changing display of works from the Collection alongside newly commissioned performances and interventions. Commissioned artists include Robert Chilton, Rosie Cooper, Meta Drcar and Dori Deng, Ladies of the Press*, Pablo A. Padilla Jargstorf, Partial Index, S/Z, Euan Taylor, Julia Vogl, and Louise Weiss.
Testing Ground is part of the Zabludowicz Collection's ongoing commitment to participation and education, which involves inviting local residents, students and community groups to engage with contemporary art and works from the Zabludowicz Collection. Each exhibition at the collection is accompanied by a programme of public talks, hands-on workshops, live performances and events. The resource room is available to members of the public for research about artists and to view film and video works from the Collection.
Future Map 10: 13 January – 6 February 2011
London's pre-eminent annual exhibition of graduating artists and designers from University of the Arts London returns with an intriguing interactive show packed with performance, participation, sculpture and installation. Future Map 10 is hosted by the Zabludowicz Collection at 176 Prince of Wales Road, a non-profit project space which shares Future Map's commitment to providing a platform for emerging talent. Each year the Zabludowicz Collection awards one artist in the exhibition the Zabludowicz Collection Future Map Prize, making it the perfect partner for this exhibition.
This year's Future Map 10 participants have been selected from nearly 10,000 graduating students from creative powerhouse University of the Arts London's six Colleges: Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London College of Communication, London College of Fashion and Wimbledon College of Art. Now in its thirteenth year, Future Map has steadily built a reputation amongst industry insiders for showcasing a discerning selection of the next generation of artists and designers who will define our visual landscape.
The unique spaces of the former Methodist chapel at 176 Prince of Wales Road make this year's exhibition particularly exciting; with a focus on sculpture, performance, fashion, moving image and multi-media works, this year promises to be one of the most dynamic Future Map exhibitions to date.
Exhibiting in Future Map is an important first career break for a young contemporary artist or designer, providing an introduction to top UK and international galleries, curators, collectors and critics. The show will complement the Zabludowicz Collection's annual Testing Ground programme, which includes projects organised by MA Curating students from art schools across the capital.
The Future Map 10 Selection Panel
An expert panel of leading industry insiders comprised of 20 Hoxton Square Projects founder Alexander Dellal, Associate Director of International Programmes for the Emirates Sharjah Art Foundation, Judith Greer, Grazia Style Director Paula Reed and Time Out London Visual Arts Editor Ossian Ward has selected 28 Future Map 10 exhibitors representing 17 different courses from across this year's graduate and postgraduate shows. The works displayed will include a wide range of disciplines from Fine Art to Fashion, including Wimbledon's BA Technical Arts and Special Effects course which makes its first Future Map appearance this year.
Zabludowicz Collection Future Map Prize
The winner of this annual prize will be selected from the exhibiting artists and comprises of £3,000 which is to be used for the production of a new work and a chance to make an edition with the Zabludowicz Collection. The aim of the prize is to enable the winning practitioner to continue to work in the months following their graduation by both supporting them financially and facilitating a new work. Last year's winner, Cindie Cheung has produced an edition which is now available in our online shop.
David Aldridge Camberwell, BA Photography
Sofie Alsbo Central Saint Martins, BA Fine Art 4D
Youn Joo (Dari) Bae Wimbledon College, MA Fine Art
Josh Baum Central Saint Martins, MA Fine Art
Jessica Blackstone Chelsea College, BA Fine Art
Maximillian Boden Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design
Jo Cooper Camberwell College, 3D Design
Youssef Daoud Chelsea College, MA Interior and Spatial Design
Eliana Dimitrakopoulou LCF, MA Fashion Design and Technology
Alice Gallarate Central Saint Martins, MA Industrial Design
Eun Jung Ha Wimbledon College, Technical Arts and Special Effects
Ayoung Kim Chelsea College, MA Fine Art
Jin Kim Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design
Janina Lange Chelsea College, MA Fine Art
Jess Littlewood Central Saint Martins, BA Fine Art
Strang Macfarlane Central Saint Martins, BA Fine Art
Philip Morris Camberwell, College BA Drawing
Hollie Paxton Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design
Laura Plant Camberwell College, BA Ceramics
Chantinee Premprabha Chelsea College, MA Interior and Spatial Design
Adam Redhead Chelsea College, BA Fine Art
Lucia Rivero Central Saint Martins, MA Fine Art
Chris Stockbridge LCC, MA Photography
Lillian Suwanrumpha Chelsea College, BA Fine Art
Linda Toigo LCC, Dip Design for Visual Communication
Philipp von Frankenberg Camberwell College, BA Drawing
Maryrose Watson Chelsea College, BA Textile Design
Catherine Wharfe LCC, MA Photography (part time)
Click the Download PDF button for a list of University of the Arts London graduates whose work features in the Zabludowicz Collection