Morning Tour: Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 4

Jerwood Space, 171 Union Street, London, SE1 0LN
16 Nov 2022, 11-11:45am

Drop in and learn more about the Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 4 commissions in an exhibition tour led by Aidan Quinn or Mohammed Adel, Visual Arts Assistants at Jerwood Arts.

The tours are free to attend but capacity is limited, book now.

 

About Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 4

Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 4 presents two major new commissions by Heather Agyepong and Joanne Coates.

In developing these commissions, both artists have gone on a personal journey with their practice; reaching beyond photography, to implement activism, sociology, philosophy, archiving, and cultural studies in their work. In ego death, Heather explores the concept of the shadow self, our unconscious personality that we deem unacceptable and therefore repress. Joanne’s The Lie of the Land delves into the social history of the land, narrating a story of gender and class in relation to the countryside of the North East of England.

The Jerwood/Photoworks Awards are a major commissioning opportunity supporting early-career artists working with photography to make new work and significantly develop their practice. Established in 2014, they support UK-based artists who are within one to ten years of beginning their practice to realise ambitious new works. The awards seek to encourage artists exploring new approaches to photography by providing sustained critical, practical and curatorial support.

 

Format 

This exhibition tour will involve moving between the gallery spaces to experience the commissions. Seating is available upon request.

The tour will last up to 45 minutes, there will be the chance to ask questions throughout.

 

Access 

We want to make sure that our events programme is welcoming and accessible.

Please contact us if you would like to discuss how we can support you to attend and enjoy this event or if you have any feedback on the accessibility of our work.

You can contact us via email at gallery@jerwoodarts.org or telephone +44(0)7944 903 991. Learn more about the access support available, here.