• Irene Solà, Beast (Shearsman Books) (2017). Reading performed as part of Slant – for the Unsettling, an evening of films and words in action in the age of American Author Thomas Pynchon come to fruit, curated by Gareth Evans. (June 2017). Commissioned for Jerwood Staging Series, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Irene Solà, Beast (Shearsman Books) (2017). Reading performed as part of Slant – for the Unsettling, an evening of films and words in action in the age of American Author Thomas Pynchon come to fruit, curated by Gareth Evans. (June 2017). Commissioned for Jerwood Staging Series, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Slant – for the Unsettling, an evening of films and words in action in the age of American Author Thomas Pynchon come to fruit, curated by Gareth Evans. (June 2017). Commissioned for Jerwood Staging Series, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Keira Greene, x-is-x (2017). Reading performed as part of Slant – for the Unsettling, an evening of films and words in action in the age of American Author Thomas Pynchon come to fruit, curated by Gareth Evans. (June 2017). Commissioned for Jerwood Staging Series, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Slant – for the Unsettling, an evening of films and words in action in the age of American Author Thomas Pynchon come to fruit, curated by Gareth Evans. (June 2017). Commissioned for Jerwood Staging Series, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Louis Benassi, “Street Hassle” the five decade Demo (2016). Screened as part of Slant – for the Unsettling, an evening of films and words in action in the age of American Author Thomas Pynchon come to fruit, curated by Gareth Evans. (June 2017). The Jerwood Staging Series is supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Slant – for the Unsettling, an evening of films and words in action in the age of American Author Thomas Pynchon come to fruit, curated by Gareth Evans. (June 2017). Commissioned for Jerwood Staging Series, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Louisa Martin, SIREN (2017). Co-choreographed with and performed by Masumi Saito. Exhibited at Jerwood Space for Jerwood Staging Series 2017, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation and Arts Council England. Image: Kiran Gidda

  • Louisa Martin, SIREN (2017). Co-choreographed with and performed by Masumi Saito. Exhibited at Jerwood Space for Jerwood Staging Series 2017, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation and Arts Council England. Image: Kiran Gidda

  • Louisa Martin, SIREN (2017). Co-choreographed with and performed by Masumi Saito. Exhibited at Jerwood Space for Jerwood Staging Series 2017, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation and Arts Council England. Image: Kiran Gidda

  • Louisa Martin, SIREN (2017). Co-choreographed with and performed by Masumi Saito. Exhibited at Jerwood Space for Jerwood Staging Series 2017, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation and Arts Council England. Image: Kiran Gidda
  • Louisa Martin, SIREN (2017). Co-choreographed with and performed by Masumi Saito. Exhibited at Jerwood Space for Jerwood Staging Series 2017, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation and Arts Council England. Image: Kiran Gidda

  • Louisa Martin, SIREN (2017). Co-choreographed with and performed by Masumi Saito. Exhibited at Jerwood Space for Jerwood Staging Series 2017, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation and Arts Council England. Image: Kiran Gidda

  • Alex Culshaw, Egremont Red (2017). Performed as part of The fin comes a little early this siècle, an evening of screenings and performance curated by Lauren Houlton (June 2017). Jerwood Staging Series is supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Alex Culshaw, Egremont Red (2017). Performed as part of The fin comes a little early this siècle, an evening of screenings and performance curated by Lauren Houlton (June 2017). Jerwood Staging Series is supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Richard Whitby, Untitled (2017). Performed as part of The fin comes a little early this siècle, an evening of screenings and performance curated by Lauren Houlton (June 2017). Jerwood Staging Series is supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Richard Whitby, Untitled (2017). Performed as part of The fin comes a little early this siècle, an evening of screenings and performance curated by Lauren Houlton (June 2017). Jerwood Staging Series is supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Faye Green, Not To Discou(rage) You (2013). Screened as part of The fin comes a little early this siècle, an evening of screenings and performance curated by Lauren Houlton (June 2017). Jerwood Staging Series is supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Guy Oliver, What Do You Have To Do To Get A Drink Around Here? Part 2 (2017). Screened as part of The fin comes a little early this siècle, an evening of screenings and performance curated by Lauren Houlton (June 2017). Jerwood Staging Series is supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Guy Oliver, No One Likes Us (2017). Performed by Imperial College Choir as part of The fin comes a little early this siècle, an evening of screenings and performance curated by Lauren Houlton (June 2017). Jerwood Staging Series is supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Guy Oliver, No One Likes Us (2017). Performed by Imperial College Choir as part of The fin comes a little early this siècle, an evening of screenings and performance curated by Lauren Houlton (June 2017). Jerwood Staging Series is supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • The fin comes a little early this siècle, an evening of screenings and performance curated by Lauren Houlton (June 2017). Commissioned for Jerwood Staging Series, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Rushes, Sketches and Schemes, an evening of film screenings and discussion led by Christian Nyampeta (June 2017). Commissioned for Jerwood Staging Series 2017, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi
  • Rushes, Sketches and Schemes, an evening of film screenings and discussion led by Christian Nyampeta (June 2017). Commissioned for Jerwood Staging Series 2017, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Hydar Dewachi

Jerwood Staging Series

Laura Alhach, Louis Benassi, Katya Chitova, Rob Crosse, Alex Culshaw , Webb Ellis, Gareth Evans, Samuel Fouracre, Keira Greene, Faye Green, Lauren Houlton, Louisa Martin, Harry Meadley, Christian Nyampeta , Guy Oliver, Stanley Schtinter, Jessica Sarah Rinland, Irene Solà, Richard Whitby, Anita Wolska-Kaslow, Andrea Luka Zimmerman

Newly-presented works by over 19 artists with a moving image or performance based practice presented through five evening events including: film, performance, sculpture, readings, sound and light interventions.

Artists and curators: Laura Alhach, Louis Benassi, Katya Chitova, Rob Crosse, Alex Culshaw , Webb Ellis, Gareth Evans, Samuel Fouracre, Keira Greene, Faye Green, Lauren Houlton, Louisa Martin, Harry Meadley, Christian Nyampeta, Guy Oliver, Stanley Schtinter, Jessica Sarah Rinland, Irene Solà, Richard Whitby, Anita Wolska-Kaslow, Andrea Luka Zimmerman.

Jerwood Staging Series is a new curatorial project designed to provide a London platform for event-based presentations of work, including film screenings, performances, readings and discussion and was launched in 2016. It is led by Sarah Williams, Head of Programme, Jerwood Visual Arts and Oliver Fuke, Gallery Manager, Jerwood Visual Arts.

Harry Meadley presents a new work in the form of a late-night talk show, inviting attendees to become part of his ‘live studio-audience’.

Gareth Evans has curated an evening of films and words in action in the age of American Author Thomas Pynchon come to fruit.

Siren is the first public iteration of a new series of performance works from Louisa Martin, building upon previous work involving live improvised sound performances and working directly with performers. This piece was developed in collaboration with Masumi Saito.

Lauren Houlton has curated an evening of performances and screenings that bring together four artists – Alex Culshaw, Faye Green, Guy Oliver and Richard Whitby – whose works encompass various approaches to re-enactment.

As an episode of a larger, ongoing project, Our Common Ghosts, Christian Nyampeta presents a live audio-visual session of the rushes and glimpses of the previous stagings of this project.