Dumnonii and British Iron Age Exeter began as settlements on a dry ridge ending in a spur overlooking a navigable river teeming with fish, with fertile land nearby. Although there have been no major prehistoric finds, these advantages suggest the site was occupied early.
JuneauProjects and Spacex are excited to offer this opportunity to buy a specially produced artwork made by the artists as part of their upcoming project taking place in Exeter this spring. We are raising funds for Makers of the Multiverse, a sculptural pavilion, that will house a temporary art-market and a series of live events.
The pavilion will be located at Exeter Quay between the 13th of May and the 10th of June and will be open every day. The aim of the project is to help artists, designers and makers to sell their work as affordable multiples and develop a deeper relationship with an audience who may wish to buy their work through participating in live demos, workshops, talks and events.
We want to explore new and interesting ways of selling artwork, craft and design and to examine how a DIY art market can help create an income for artists, designers and makers.
An open call to artists, designers and makers from the Exeter area and beyond means we are delighted to be collaborating with people from a wide range of backgrounds and levels of experience. It could be something you have made, your favourite ornament, something your partner or child has made or your dream art object.
We will make a design based on your image and add it to the sculpture, creating a very unique version of the multiple just for you. The pavilion will function as a shop and event venue, stocked with multiples by artists and makers and hosting live events.
Makers of the Multiverse has been developed with Spacex as a project that aims to expand the way artists and makers can show and sell affordable multiples.
We have always had a D. Online methods of marketing have opened wide the possibilities for people to promote and sell their work. Whether this is labeled arts practice, a hobby or a even a survival practice, Juneau Projects see a creative practice as an area of contention, with new systems, structures and value systems required to meet contemporary and future conditions.
For this project they offer a pragmatic and generous invitation to artists and makers. As well as inviting makers to produce affordable editions in the form of physical objects for the exhibition, Juneau Projects will be asking contributors to consider how they could extend their creative practice to include live events and experiences, reaching audiences and customers via new platforms.
In this way Makers of the Multiverse acts as a developmental resource for artists and makers as well as a public artwork. During the months leading up to the opening of the pavilion, Juneau Projects are working with local community groups, schools, colleges, and artists to create the pavilion, fill it with artworks, and programme a four week series of public events.
For press images, and interview requests please contact martyn spacex. Both live and work in Birmingham, UK. The majority of their work includes participatory elements and involves projection, sound, music, animation and installation. They are particularly interested in the rapidly increasing speed of technological development, and its associated obsolescence.
Recent work has examined the overlap between performance as musicians, sculpture and installation. Spacex is a contemporary art commissioning organisation.Exeter's Royal Albert Memorial Museum & art gallery (RAMM), museum of the year Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am - 5pm.
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