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Interim
Doug Bowen, Stacey Broadbent, Eve Matthews, Jennifer Morgan,
Aphra O'Connor, Geraldine Snell, Natascha Young
Selected by Lisa Le Feuvre & Paul Rooney
07/03/2013 – 21/03/2013









The Myth of Professionalism
Geraldine Snell, 2013
laserjet print on paper
29.1 × 21cm [×5]



CONE
Natascha Young, 2013
bicycle chain, concrete
100 × 82 × 42cm



STEEL GRID
Natascha Young, 2013
steel, tape measure, inner tubing
120 × 120cm



Untitled
Stacey Broadbent, 2011
silver gelatine print
16.2 × 28.9cm



Follow
Aphra Lupita, 2013
wood, acrylic, plaster, polo mints
60 × 90 × 140cm





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currently: The Terror of the Shaky Hand by Lisa Le Feuvre
Doug Bowen, 2012 - ongoing
green and yellow duplication paper, authorised CPS contract with 'Parliamentary' font, wiggle writer
dimensions variable


Untitled (paper constructions)
Eve Matthews, 2013
paper
dimensions as installed


Mapping The streets of Leeds
Jennifer Morgan, 2013
chalk markings
(various locations)



Interim is an exhibition open to all current penultimate year BA Fine Art students at British art schools selected by Lisa Le Feuvre, Head of Sculpture Studies at the Henry Moore Institute, and Paul Rooney, artist and winner of the 2008 Northern Art Prize.

"This particular grouping of artists are all pushing at the edges of how art is expected to behave. Art schools are the places where assumptions are tested and taken apart. What drew us to these artists is their refusal to settle into comfortable positions." - Lisa Le Feuvre

Doug Bowen is currently studying Fine Art at Leeds Metropolitan University. Recent solo and group exhibitions include 'BLANK', Melbourne Street Studios, Leeds; 'Winter Solstice', Mexico, Leeds and 'New Young Leeds', Leeds with upcoming solo shows in Belo Horizonte, Brazil; New Dehli, India; Seoul, South Korea; Tampere, Finland and Toronto, Canada. He recently curated 'P L I N Y' at the Golden Fleece, York and co-curates the recently opened XO gallery in Leeds.

Stacey Broadbent is studying her BA (Hons) Fine Art at Goldsmiths University London. Recent and current projects include 'Art is art, is not art' an on-going collaborative project, and 'Colour Blush: a photographic conversation', Limited edition artist's book in collaboration with James Stradner.

Eve Matthews is currently studying on the BA (Hons) Fine Art course at Chelsea College of Art & Design, University of the Arts London. She recently exhibited at Central Space Gallery, London, and is currently co-curating an exhibition at Bussey Building, Peckham, London.

Jennifer Morgan studies BA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art & Design. She recently exhibited in 'Eye, Object', The New Gallery, London, and has an upcoming group exhibition at HOUSE gallery, London.

Aphra O'Connor is studying BA Fine Art at Wimbledon College of Art and has recently exhibited at Wimbledon College of Art.

Geraldine Snell is currently studying towards a degree in Intermedia at Edinburgh College of Art and is in the process of organising an exhibition 'Medium' with peers in Edinburgh. Find her work, writing and music at http://geraldinesnell.tumblr.com

Natascha Young will graduate from Chelsea College of Art, University of the Arts London in 2014. In 2012, she exhibited at the Peckham Bussey Building, Central Space, Cooks House, Triangle Space, London and Tate Britain. Natascha has been selected to co-curate an event at  Tate Britain in June 2013 and recently won the Frontier Economic prize.