LAST CHANCE Rachel Adams, Tom Godfrey, James Hutchinson, Lorna Macintyre,
James Mc Lardy, Michael Stumpf, Hayley Tompkins, Sue Tompkins.
08.12.12 - 19.01.13
SWG3 Gallery, Glasgow
LAST CHANCE will be the opportunity to show a work for the first time, a piece that has been sitting in the studio or in the artist’s mind for a while.
Some rare artists only produce works when an exhibition comes up, but most of the time, pieces are made in the studio waiting for an opportunity to leave for the gallery or the museum. LAST CHANCE is not bringing
attention to drafts or failures, this group show focuses on those artworks that have never been exhibited before, for lots of different reasons; Because they didn’t correspond to the artist’s standards and he/she never dared showing it to anyone, or because previous curators expected a different work from the artist. Some have been stored and forgotten, some are half finished because the artist spent a lot of time finding out what it needed, to become a coherent work, some pieces existed as ideas in the artist’s mind but none of them ever found a suitable context to shine.
This exhibition and publication pursue our on going investigation of “the artwork’s life” from its conception to its dissemination. LAST CHANCE is inviting artists from different stages in their careers, into an alternative panorama of artworks, testifying to the secret side of art production in a contemporary landscape.
Camille Le Houezec and Joey Villemont
Hayley Tompkins, Bright Water Line, 2012.
Michael Stumpf, This rhyme is 4 dimensional, 2004-2012.
James Hutchinson, Proposal For A Discussion Group, 2009.
Tom Godfrey, Untitled (Maracas), 2010.
James McLardy, 7 holes, 2012.
Tom Godfrey, Untitled, 2011.
Michael Stumpf, Hard and Heavy Object, 2009-2012.
Rachel Adams, The Connoisseur, 2012.
Lorna Mcintyre, La vie intérieure, 2012.
Rachel Adams, The Connoisseur, 2012 (left)
James McLardy, Gravity. It's the law, 2012.
Hayley Tompkins and Sue Tompkins, Talking to an Egg, 1997-2012.
Sue Tompkins, Flashback to me, 2010.
In the physical world, IOP projects may take the form of sculptures, exhibitions or installations, using curation itself as a medium. In its projects, IOP pursue reflection around the modes of presentation and exhibition, using text and suggestive means to add insight to their work.
Dans le monde réel, les projets de IOP peuvent prendre la forme de sculptures, d'expositions ou d'installations, ayant la particularité d'utiliser le curating comme un médium. Dans ses projets IOP poursuit une réflexion sur les modes de présentation et d'exposition, la citation et l'appropriation afin d'aboutir à de nouvelles formes hybrides.