Artist talks & brunch
Jelle Bouwhuis
in conversations with Haroon Mirza, Thom O’Nions, Torsten Lauschmann & Richard Sides.

Saturday 8 January, 13:00 — 15:00
West, Groenewegje 136, 2515 LR
Free entry + small lunch included, talk and conversation in english, space is limited. Please submit your reservation.
Jelle Bouwhuis is a curator and since 2006 head of Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (SMBA), which is part of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Bouwhuis is a member of the Advisory Board Visual Arts and Design of the city of Utrecht and a free-lance publicist. Recently he was co-recipient of the Abraaj Capital Art Prize 2010 in Dubai.

Haroon Mirza (1977, UK) is an artist who lives and works in London and Sheffield. In 2007 Mirza was part of the exhibition VVORK at West. More recent solo exhibitions include I saw square triangle sine, Camden Arts Centre, London and a presentation at Lisson Gallery, London. Group projects include The British Art Show 7, a Hayward Touring exhibition, Performa 11, New York and ILLUMInations, 54th International Art Exhibition, Venice. Haroon Mirza was recipient of the 2010 Northern Art Prize and was awarded the Silver Lion for most promising young artist at the 54th Venice Biennale in 2011.

Thom O’Nions (1985, UK) is a curator and writer who lives and works in London. He is Co-Director of Supplement. Recent exhibitions include A Threepenny Opera, S1 Sheffield and The Moon is an Arrant Thief at the David Roberts Foundation, London.

Richard Sides (1985, UK) lives and works in London. He studied Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University and the RCA London. Recent projects include The Joyful System at SPACE, London, On Revolutions for the Heavenly Spheres at Supplement, London and Reading a Wave at The Woodmill, London.

Torsten Lauschmann (1970, DE) is an artist, filmmaker and live performer who investigates the mechanics of digital processes, software creation and the possibilities they present. Recent projects include solo exhibitions at Parisud, Paris and Mary Mary, Glasgow and performances at the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh.