SUNDAY School - projects
SUNDAY School is a programme of projects and events that take place during the fair.
Aye-Aye MoBo is a mobile bookshop curated by Aye-Aye Books. The MoBo is a ‘pimped up’ VW Westfalia high-top camper van parked on the mezzanine floor. Here you can browse small run and self-published artist books, magazines and zines, as well as experimental fiction, theoretical and radical publications, anarchist tracts and insurrectionary propaganda. The MoBo is a place of exchange and hospitality and welcomes submissions as much as purchases.
BillBoard Book Project
A giant internal billboard poster and publication produced by artist Jonathan Monk and design team OK-RM, and commissioned by Three Star Books. Installed on the mezzanine level, overlooking the rest of the fair, the artwork acknowledges everyone involved in the production of the project, from the artist through to the person who packed the work for shipping.
Chez Baz, Chez Chaz
A pop-up bar produced by young, London-based curatorial duo B.C. (Barnie Page and Charlie Hood). For each day of the fair, B.C. have invited an ‘artist du jour’ to style the overall look, feel and function of the space, producing novel environments to eat and drink in, as well as entertaining artist-led events.
Artists du jour:
THURSDAY 11 OCTOBER: INFINITY HOSPITALITY
Infinity Hospitality will cater for the opening day of the fair, combining the spirit of fashion designers
or interior decorators with a love of good tasting food. Infinity Hospitality is a collaboration between
Olga Winterbottom and Samara Scott.
FRIDAY 12 OCTOBER: SIMON WHYBRAY
Simon Whybray will create a green screen studio (a post-production technique for compositing two images or video streams together). Whybray designs the lo-fi DIY publication Fever Zine and is the production director of L_A_N, a technology and style magazine “for the fashionable futurist”.
SATURDAY 13 OCTOBER: JAMES HINES
James Hines will produce a series of short, repetitive performances, that are inserted into the everyday business of Chez Baz, Chez Chaz and gently interrupt the conventional behaviours we expect in a bar environment. Hines is an illustrator and founder fo the late Sex is Disgusting records.
SUNDAY 14 OCTOBER: RHYS COREN
Rhys Coren will take over Chez Baz, Chez Chaz with a series of experimental video and sound works that celebrate old school, British sub cultures such as rave music and football culture. Coren is co-founder of online gallery bubblebyte.org.
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Limited edition gifts from artist Emma Smith invite guests to take a moment, offering opportunities for chance encounters at the fair. Smith is based in London. Her social practice explores relations of place through events and collaborative action. Recent exhibitions include Tate Modern, Showroom and Artsadmin.
Berlin based research office and publishing house, Archive Kabinett, have produced SUNDAY Archive, a temporary reference library that collects together printed matter on the artists and organisations involved in the fair. Arranged within a specially designed structure, this collection of publications and printed ephemera acts as reading room for visitors.
Tweeter in residence
Artist Jesse Wine will report on the fair goings on throughout the four-day event, commenting on everything from visitors’ shoe styles through to personal responses about the artwork on display. Wine is an artist based in London and prolific real-life tweeter.
SUNDAY School is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Archive Kabinett (Berlin): SUNDAY Archive
Aye-Aye Books (Glasgow): Aye-Aye Mobo
Chaz and Baz (London): the SUNDAY bar
Three Star Books, J. Monk, OK-RM: The Billboard Book Project