‘Adjacent Practice Colliding Daily’ is an experiment. The two adjacent galleries in the Acme Project Space will be used as artists’ and curators’ studios to test the distinction between places of production and display. This will be a collaboration between Acme artists Ninna Bohn Pedersen (Adrian Carruthers Award), Rafał Zajko (Chelsea Studio Award) and RCA Curating Contemporary Art students. Artists and curators will be working together in the space for the three week duration, unfolding as a continuous event open to the public.
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Our final viewer tally - Adjacent Practice Colliding Daily was so proud to host over 400 guests! xxx
Our final window display, with Rafal’s print out of Catherine the Great.
Rafal Zajko’s final video installation ‘The Bubble Wrap Ballet’ for the closing.
Ninna Bohn Pedersen’s final video for the closing, reflecting on multiple perspectives and the nurturing body.
Ninna Bohn Pedersen’s final video installation for the closing, reflecting on multiple perspectives and the nurturing body.
Ninna Bohn Pedersen’s final video installation for the closing, reflecting on multiple perspectives and the nurturing body.
Melanie Clifford’s final video installation for the closing, reflecting on space and sound.
Melanie Clifford’s final video installation for the closing, reflecting on space and sound.
Rafal’s chic outfits folded on top of a monitor, featuring a film documenting the curator’s performance from the opening performance night.
Ninna’s hanging silks with projections installation in the corner of the Curator’s Studio