HANDSHAKE 5                                    

 

 

 

 

 

Planned HS5 exhibitions are:

  • PROJECT 1a:  (title) HANDSHAKE in dialogue with CODA collection, CODA Museum, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands (penciled in for Oct 2019 – Jan 2020):    Selected HS artworks & artist’ practice is matched with work(s) of CODA’s contemporary jewellery collection by a CODA appointed curator. The selected HS5 artist will make a series of work that responds and/or is in dialogue with the chosen work(s) and is exhibited in the museum with the matched CODA work.
  • PROJECT 1b: MULTIPLES, CODA Museum, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands (penciled in for Oct 2019 – Jan 2020): Specially designed multiples are displayed as a separate pop-up exhibition during the HS-CODA dialogue exhibition.
  • PROJECT 2: ‘SPACE Collaboration’: Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, Auckland (Nov 2019 – Jan 2020): The final HS5  exhibition will be held in a combination of different smaller gallery spaces spread throughout the building. These are opportunities for the development of possible installations that intervene with the allocated space surroundings.

HANDSHAKE 5 – exhibitions

Planned HS5 exhibitions are:

  • PROJECT 1a:  (title) HANDSHAKE in dialogue with CODA collection, CODA Museum, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands (penciled in for Oct 2019 – Jan 2020):    Selected HS artworks & artist’ practice is matched with work(s) of CODA’s contemporary jewellery collection by a CODA appointed curator. The selected HS5 artist will make a series of work that responds and/or is in dialogue with the chosen work(s) and is exhibited in the museum with the matched CODA work.
  • PROJECT 1b: MULTIPLES, CODA Museum, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands (penciled in for Oct 2019 – Jan 2020): Specially designed multiples are displayed as a separate pop-up exhibition during the HS-CODA dialogue exhibition.
  • PROJECT 2: ‘SPACE Collaboration’: Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, Auckland (Nov 2019 – Jan 2020): The final HS5  exhibition will be held in a combination of different smaller gallery spaces spread throughout the building. These are opportunities for the development of possible installations that intervene with the allocated space surroundings.