Nothing Endures but Change

INFORMATION FOR ARTISTS
Responding to the festival theme, ‘Transforming Minds’, ephemeral, site-specific sculptures by over 30 artists explore wide-ranging approaches to change, transformation and the ephemeral.

Submission portal is now closed

Please email Susan Haire any outstanding info: mail@susanhaire.com. Thank you.

Submission fee, members £15, non-members voluntary contribution

Waterloo Festival 2018

NOTHING ENDURES BUT CHANGE
Exhibition of ephemeral sculpture
7-24 June, open 9am-8pm daily
St John’s Churchyard, 73 Waterloo Road, SE1 8TY
with The London Group and Friends
Curated by Susan Haire

PREVIEW AND FESTIVAL LAUNCH Wed 6 June, 6-9pm
7pm: ARCHIVE OF THE LAST HUMAN INUTERO
A performance by artist Ann Grim’ questioning the future of reproduction within humankind

FREE EVENTS IN NOTHING ENDURES BUT CHANGE
All in St John’s Churchyard:
ARCHIVE OF THE LAST HUMAN INUTERO by Ann Grim’, Mon 11 June, 7pm, at Preview for Altered States, Mon 18 June, 6.15pm, before Panel Discussion in Beyond Image
ART TRAIL – Sat 9 June, 2pm
Join exhibitor Rebecca Feiner who will talk about the sculptures with artists’ Q&A
REGENESIS – Thu 21 June, 7pm
Artist Venetia Nevill will honour the Summer Solstice with a mandala ritual accompanied by live music and poetry

NOTHING ENDURES BUT CHANGE is one of three London Group exhibitions in the Waterloo Festival. For details of the other two, ALTERED STATES and BEYOND IMAGE – THE PERMANENT REVOLUTION, see Waterloo Festival website.

Installation and Deinstallation

Please let Susan know when you’re installing if you haven’t already done so unless it’s a simple install on 6 June.
Installation from 11am on 6 June ONLY FOR THOSE ALREADY SITED AND MARKED ON THE PLAN.
Work must be installed by 6pm on 6 June.
Deinstallation is from 25 June.
Artist can work until dusk when the gates are locked.
Works must NOT be removed on 24 June.

Cars
Drop-off and pick-up: there is an entrance-way on Waterloo Road, just south of the Imax Roundabout. Cars can drive across the wide pavement and stop by the church gates and unload and load quickly.
There is very limited parking available for those who need to keep their car for install/deinstall. This must be booked in advance.

Carrier deliveries can be accepted at the church.

Ladders are available.

Terms and Conditions

The churchyard is open to the public during daylight hours and gets very busy at lunchtime on a sunny day. A group of homeless people spend much of their time congregating and some sleep there. Artists take part in this exhibition on the understanding that they recognise and embrace the security risks and are prepared for the possibility of doing maintenance on their work and/or accepting that the sculptures might evolve. Artists must agree to attend as soon as they can to do repairs that diminish the work.

There will be at least one outdoor concert during the show and a community garden party on the last day.

Artists will do their own installation and deinstallation. If they need assistance they must make their own arrangements. Work must be installed by 6pm on 6 June and removed by dusk on 26 June. All works, whatever condition they are in, must be removed at the deinstall and the churchyard and church building must be left as found.

Labels will be laminated and given out at installation and spikes will be provided. Please return spikes at the end. Use Blu Tack to affix labels when works are on a hard surface.

Insurance disclaimer
St John’s Church, The London Group and the exhibition organisers and assistants accept no liability for any accident or injury to artists or to any helpers occurring for any reason while on, or in the vicinity of, the churchyard. In particular (without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing) the use of ladders or any other equipment is entirely the responsibility of the artists and their helpers.
Work will not be insured against theft, damage or loss and all works and equipment will be in the car park entirely at the artists’ own risk and any insurance of work or equipment will be the responsibility of the artist. St John’s Church, The London Group and the exhibition organisers and assistants accept no liability for any damage to or loss of works or equipment in or related to this exhibition. Public liability insurance cover will be provided.

Submission portal is now closed

Please email Susan Haire any outstanding info: mail@susanhaire.com. Thank you.

 

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