PILOT:1 is a unique new art forum to take place in London 16-18 October 2004.
One hundred international curators, writers and artists have each been asked to nominate their favourite un-represented artist to take part in this unprecedented and innovative event.
PILOT:1 provides an informal dynamic environment where participants and visitors can meet and exchange ideas as well as seeing the work of a diverse and important group of new artists. PILOT is a free event.
writers, collectors and artists have all put forward their favourite unrepresented
artist to take part in PILOT:1 Bruce Allan, Ute Meta Bauer, Dave Beech,
Donatella Bernardi and Cicero Egli, Waling Boers, Francesco Bonami, Patrick
Brill, Dan Cameron, Jeffrey Charles, Paolo Colombo, Celine Condorelli,
Aileen Corkery, RCA Curating Course, Shezad Dawood, Angela De La Cruz,
AK Dolven, Barnaby Drabble, Flora Fairbairn, Milovan Farronato, Mario
Flecha, Thomas Frangenberg, Rainer Ganahl, Massimiliano Gioni, MACC Goldsmiths,
Carolina Grau, Alison Green, Katerina Gregos, Martin Herbert, Matthew
Higgs, Rolf Hoff, Jens Hoffmann, Teho Kang, Robin Klassnik, Jessica Lack,
Helen Legg, David Leister, Jean-Conrad Lemaitre, Peter Lewis, Goshka Macuga,
Francesco Manacorda, Bartomeu Mari, David Medalla, Shirley Morales, Lynda
Morris, Neil Mulholland, Sarah Munro, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Kirsty Ogg,
Sally O'Reilly, Luke Oxley, Vincent Pécoil, Emily Pethick, Nigel
Prince, Juan Puntes, Christian Rattemeyer, David Risley, DJ Roberts, Alistair
Robinson, Jane Rolo, Silvio Salgado, Peter Suchin, Adam Sutherland, Ingrid
Swenson, Rachael Thomas, Per Gunnar Tverbakk, Jochen Volz, Gavin Wade,
Jeff Wall, Miguel Wandschneider, Lawrence Weiner, Alun Williams Find out
who they nominated on http://www.pilotlondon.org
The participating artists will submit work for exhibition, plus documentation of past projects and future proposals. Most importantly, they will be present for the duration of the event to make contact with curators, collectors, and critics as well as being available to a wider public. Film and video screenings, a digital / new media section and a series of panel discussions will also accompany the event.
PILOT will be hosted at the Limehouse Town Hall over three days in October, to coincide with the Frieze Art Fair.
PILOT is a free event - there is no exhibitors charge and no entrance fee.
PILOT:1 TO PILOT:2
A publication and an online archive will be available. Continuous administration of the project will ensure that the artists are represented well after the event, and form a bridge to PILOT:2 in 2005. In this way PILOT can develop as a growing resource for artists, curators, collectors and writers.
a full list of artists, nominators, archive material on the artists, and
further details about the event, please visit our web-site:
266 669 or +44(0)7906 181 774