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Acme Project Space

 

The Acme Project Space ran from June 2009 to December 2015. It provided an opportunity for those artists who are part of our Residency & Awards Programme and our International Residencies Programme with a public space within which to develop projects, show new work and engage in a critical dialogue with a wider audience.

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Revati Mann

‘Re :ri: rm: hm: ha: h:i ho: hum:’ 11.9.2009 - 27.9.2009

 
Re :ri: rm: hm: ha: h:i ho: hum: at the Acme Project Space. Photo: Franco La Russa (2009)
Re :ri: rm: hm: ha: h:i ho: hum: at the Acme Project Space. Photo: Franco La Russa (2009)
Re :ri: rm: hm: ha: h:i ho: hum: at the Acme Project Space. Photo: Franco La Russa (2009)
Re :ri: rm: hm: ha: h:i ho: hum: at the Acme Project Space. Photo: Franco La Russa (2009)
Re :ri: rm: hm: ha: h:i ho: hum: at the Acme Project Space. Photo: Franco La Russa (2009)
Re :ri: rm: hm: ha: h:i ho: hum: at the Acme Project Space. Photo: Franco La Russa (2009)
 
 

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Adrian Carruthers Award

Revati Mann is showing work made during her year as the recipient of the Acme Adrian Carruthers Award and site specific work that responds to the architecture of the Project Space.

Revati’s cultural experience of living in London mixed with her own Indian heritage has been the source of a very particular language in her work. As an instinctive maker her practice crosses boundaries using photography, paper, paint and found objects producing extraordinary and engaging forms. Objects may be constructed on a miniature obsessive scale or as arches of colour drawn across a space, pushing the boundaries of a formal sculptural language. The work is both lyrical and engaging and at times its suggested narrative has a wry humour.  

Supported by Acme studios and individual donations the award was established in memory of artist and Slade graduate Adrian Carruthers who died in 2001 at the age of 40. Revati Mann is the 7th recipient of the award.

 
 

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