SLIUCE__ Needs your help! But all you have to do to help is buy great art. Also they have teamed up with Paddle8 to make it really easy-. So get buying.
To view the work, register and start bidding, visit Paddle8 or download the Paddle8 iPhone app.
closes on January 29th at 9:30PM GMT / 4:30 PM EST.
Sluice__ strategically adopts structures in order to showcase artist, curator and emergent discourse, projects and galleries. The biennial Sluice__ fundraiser is a chance for artists, gallerists and collectors to express their support for our programme. Proceeds from the auction will help Sluice__ continue to stage non-profit art fairs and associated events which promote the DIY nature of the artist/curator-run and emerging sector.
Marco Chiandetti,Paul Cole,Alli Sharma,Diana Taylor, Rachel Wilberforce, Bharti Parmar, Anna Freeman, Bentley,Katherine Di Turi, Piers Veness, Ted Haddon, Natasha Kahn,Kim L Pace, Ami Clarke, Gemma Cossey, Corinna Spencer, Kirsty Tinkler, Elly Clarke,Keran James, Nicolas Pace, David Dipré, Annabel Dover, Karl England,Cathy Lomax, Eleanor Morgan, Gordon Shrigley, Whitney McVeigh, Steve Nelson, Ryan Riddington,
Brian Sayers, Jo Gane, Lesley Guy,Ben Coode-Adams, Daniel Salisbury, Charley Peters,Dominic From Luton, Mimei Thompson, Caroline Walker.
Sluice__ are in residence at The Hospital Club for two months. In addition to the benefit auction, during the residency Sluice__projects has staged an exhibition called Xrates in The Hospital Club gallery space. In the front of house area Sluice__screens have staged a video art installation called ‘The Moving Image Project’. And on the 22nd of January Sluice__talks will host an evening of discussion based around the theme ‘Mediating Contemporary Art’. This will be led by Ben Street (Tate, Christie’s, Art Review) and feature Emma Gifford-Mead (Lisson Gallery, British Council), Keiko Higashi (Turner Contemporary, Powell-Cotton museum) and Morgan Quaintance (Art Monthly, Art Review, ResonanceFM).
Sluice__ is an art initiative run by an artist (Karl England), a curator (Charlie Levine) and an educationalist (Ben Street). Sluice was formed as a provocation and foregrounds criticality as a central concern. Sluice strategically adopts structures in order to showcase artist, curator and emergent discourse, projects and galleries. Since its inception in 2011, Sluice’s emphasis has been on open and collaborative practice, with a strong program of education, performance and publishing. Sluice is a critical platform which takes on different guises—including that of a biennial art fair—to investigate the very nature of art and commerce. Prior to The Hospital Club residency Sluice__, in collaboration with Theodore:Art and Centotto gallery, co-produced an expo in Brooklyn, New York, the highly successful inaugural Exchange Rates, The International Bushwick Expo.