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Colony | ANARCH

Colony

Letters by Gordon Matta-Clark

New commission by Andrew T Cross / an-architecture

Daily activities by Colony Network

14 Warren Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 5LJ

5th – 20 December 2013

Opening event Wednesday 4th December 6pm, with performance by Cheatahs

THIS IS TOMORROW REVIEW OF COLONY

Photo Credit: Jim Stephenson

After a successful residence for over a year in Deptford, anarch is roaming and will be occupied the former lighting showroom and basement at 14 Warren Street for Colony.

Photo Credit: Jim Stephenson

Colony is an artist-run temporary takeover of this former lighting showroom, led by Anarch. The new architectural scale commission by artist Andrew T Cross / AN-architecture is made from reclaimed joists from a demolition site of a derelict convent, foraged days before the exhibition. Andrew designed his sculpture to react to the existing space with the positive principle of interactivity.

‘I want to create a platform that can be inhabited – taking the shell of the building and creating within it another separate structure which artists, as they come and go, can do with it as they please. I wanted to try and challenge the way people think about how they interact with the space. You can design or build something with a very precise thought in mind, but people are such incredible creatures they’ll do what they want anyway. So it’s building something that in some ways has no real function.’ Andrew T Cross

Photo Credit: Samantha Taylor

Colony is a node in the city where a temporary community, Colony Network, gather together to create a dynamic, chaotic and experimental programme on, in and around the ‘functional’ installation.

Photo Credit: Vikki Chapman

Colony adopts the spirit of the artist Gordon Matta-Clark who is widely considered one of the most influential artists working in the 1970s. A small selection of his personal letters that were on display were fundamental to the ideas behind Colony. Andrew T Cross is an artist who works with similar materials and motivations as Matta-Clark and through his practice he expands them with a welcoming aspiration for others to fully use his artwork how they see fit.

Special thanks to the Estate of Matta-Clark (held at CCA , Montreal).

The letters are reminders of the character, determination, sense of humour and collaborative, forward-thinking method of working that motivates Colony.

Colony Networks hosted daily events employing the structure variously as studio, social space, garden, cinema, performance platform, artist-run restaurant …

See Colony  Network

Photo Credit: Vikki Chapman


Images of showroom and basement, 14 Warren St, ‘meanwhile use’ by East Street Arts (In spring 2014 bought over by a well known global chain cafe owned by an even more well known chain. Great while it lasted, thanks East Street Arts)

Warren st upstairs Colony anarch

Warren St basement Colony anarch

 

 

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