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[TURF] ARTISTS' LUNCHTIME FEEDBACK // Led by Will Pham

Record, Retrieve, Reactivate,  installation detail, 2018, shown at An Viet Foundation, photo credit Caro  Gervay (1).jpg

// SAT 29 JUNE 12-2PM
// FREE & OPEN TO ALL
// AT TURF, 46/47 TRINITY COURT (GROUND FLOOR), WHITGIFT SHOPPING CENTRE, CROYDON CR0 1UQ

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Taking place at the end of each month, our free feedback sessions are a chance to get feedback on your work from a practicing artist in a supportive and friendly environment. All kinds of creative work are welcome.

June’s feedback session will be led by ‘Little Vietnam’ exhibiting artist Will Pham.

There are five slots available for showing work, but all are welcome to join in the discussion! Please arrive promptly to ensure your place. Email us your images and any additional requirements at info@turf-projects.com if you’d like us to get images up full scale on our projector.

Will Pham, An Viet, 2018,  installation view 6 (1).jpg

ABOUT WILL PHAM //

Will Pham (b. London, 1990) is a British artist working in video, live performance and socially engaged practise. His work engages with intergenerational care, community building and legacies of global histories.

Pham graduated from BA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art & Design in 2013 and Postgraduate Fine Art at the Royal Academy Schools in 2018. Selected exhibitions include: Record, Retrieve, Reactivate at An Viet Foundation (2018), Law in the Limelight at Arebyte Gallery (2018), Gender, Identity & Material at The Royal Academy of Art (2017) and Fictive Dreams at ICA Singapore (2016). He was awarded the Breathe residency in Taipei from the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Art (2018), Gasworks International Fellowship and residency to Lisbon (2015) and the CCW Artists Moving Image Award at The South London Gallery (2011). He is currently a member of Asia-Art-Activism Research Network. He lives and works in London.

IMAGES //

Will Pham, An Viet (Well Settled), 2018, HD video, 20 mins, Photo credit: Andy Keate

Will Pham & Cuong Pham, Record, Retrieve, Reactivate, 2018, curated archive with 3 channel video installation, exhibited at An Viet Foundation, Photo credit Caro Gervay