WAKE

Notes

Anne Bean, Hydar Dewachi, Rachel Withers, in WAKE six artists worked sequentially in a series of week-long mini-residences. Each artist chose their successor and each left behind their materials and structures for the following artist to inherit and build upon. This publication records this process in photographs and text. Artists: Anne Bean, William Cobbing, David Cotterrell, Carl Von Weiler, Rachel Lowe, Bronwen Buckeridge. Collaboration, cooperation, space, artistic development. WAKE took place at Dilston Grove, London 11 June-17 July 2011.

Artist / Author Anne Bean, Hydar Dewachi, Rachel Withers
Reference P1833
Date 2011
Type Publication

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