Turn right at the anchor, London

Tess Faria And Ben Burtenshaw will return the Anchor to Deptford high street. The anchor was originally intended as a monument to Deptford’s maritime history. But in recent times had been appropriated by the community to represent something new. In April 2013 it was removed by Lewisham Council to create a “welcoming, open ‘entrance’ to […]

Generator MGM, Dundee

Saturday August 17th, 4-6pm Location: GENERATORprojects Members Generel Meeting is a open an analysis of the GENERATORprojects members’ base. On the 17th August, Generator will host a discussion to address an agenda assembled from commmunications between the members, committee and the artist. The agenda for the meeting is currently been drawn up by Ben through […]

abandonar.eu: Online Preview, Barcelona

In 2013 Tess Faria and Ben Burtenshaw conducted a research project in the Montmell area of the Baix de Penedes. During this time they collaborated with Cerrca as a main base for conversation and reflection on their project; Abandonar.eu. The body of work developed out of a series of walks to, from and around Marmellar […]

Pizza Evo 2.4, Aberdeenshire

Pizza evo 2.4 was advertised to include free pizza being served from neon under lit slab of Aberdeenshire granite. The large flat slab of granite shone bright lights in seven different colours and with the title immediately referenced Car Modification.”A new maker, not the tradesmen with his rules and “structure to success” but the self […]

5-35 [Critical Forum]

5-35 was an opportunity for artists based in rural Aberdeenshire to enter in to critical conversation around their work. The forum was based at the Scottish Sculpture Workshop, leading the conversations to be focused on a ‘shop talk’ or industry specific discourse. “As the hangovers of discourse from Thursday night are now met by the […]