OFFSHORE IN KINGSTON II, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston (upcoming)

OFFSHORE IN LEEDS. XXXX, Leeds (upcoming)

OFFSHORE IN PARIS, Centre for National Dance, Paris (upcoming)

OFFSHORE IN BRISTOL, Spike Island, Bristol (upcoming)


OFFSHORE IN MARGATE , Open School East, Margate

OFFSHORE IN KINGSTON, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston Archive Rehearsal, Walmer Yard, London (LINK – to Walmer Yard?

Several Lectures on Display, PS/Y Festival, London


OFFSHORE IN BELGIUM, Playground (STUK Kunstencentrum & M-Museum), Leuven  OFFSHORE IN BILBAO, Bilbao BAD Festival, La La Fundición , Bilbao

AGAINST THE PERFORMATIVE, Bilbao BAD Festival, Bulegoa z/b, Bilbao

A Social Body Event, Serpentine Gallery, London

Human Resources and Irksome Tools, STUK, Leuven

An Intimate Symposium on Maintenance, Whitechapel Gallery, London 

OFFSHORE came to life through an initial grant from Corpus, an international network for commissioning performance-related work, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. A funded exhibition and event opportunity at REDCAT first set the stage for testing ideas. Among Corpus’ partnering institutions, the Playground Festival (STUK arts centre and M Museum) in Leuven and Bulegoa z/b in Bilbao then acted as generous hosts for research and rehearsals.The Stanley Picker Fellowship for Fine Art (in collaboration with Kingston University) has since offered the key sponsor to realise further research gatherings and live events. These were supported by public institutions and initiatives who contributed to the pool and offered public platforms: The Whitechapel Gallery, London; Serpentine Galleries, London; PS/Y Festival, London; Walmer Yard, London; Open School East, Margate; and NTU CCA Singapore, Singapore (to date). Upcoming exhibition opportunities at Swiss Institute, New York, Centre National de la Danse, Paris, and The Art Institute Chicago, offer the financial support for OFFSHORE to remain itinerant and in rehearsal in 2018/19.

Stanley Picker Fellowship

Corpus Network

Arts Council England