2018 Starts in the HB cinema and continues on a short walkIs this a new form of Airbnb or a regular family home? Yes. Is it a protest or a celebration? No. Do they love art or seek to destroy it? Yes. Who is the family? No. What year is this? Yes. Why do they need visitors? No. Who’s actually in charge around here? No. What does it mean for our future? Yes. And so on? Maybe.Muster Station is a rethinking and regrouping; an evolving group of artists that emerged from the closure of their art school at the University of Kent. As a sequel to (and inversion of) the School of Beginnings held at Tate Modern, (February, 2018), the Muster Station artists ask you to now put your trust in them, to show you a video, a sound, a walk and a home; The House of Beautifully Earned Trust.Muster Station, the School of Beginnings and The House of Beautifully Earned Trust were initiated by Whitstable-based artist, Adam Chodzko.
Jordan Colbert Jose Fernandez Levy
Daniel Owusu Carol Smith
The Cinema at The Horsebridge Centre, Whitstable – Where The House of Beautifully Earned Trust begins
Adam Chodzko preparing onion soup for the House of Beautifully Earned Trust.
Angel Obi, At Home, in The House of Beautifully Earned Trust
Angel Obi and Carol Smith in domestic harmony preparing for guests to The House of Beautifully Earned Trust
Jordan Colbert updates social media for The House of Beautifully Earned Trust
Adam James (The LARP master) prepares scripts for The House of Beautifully Earned Trust
Olu Taiwo preparing to re-purpose VHS tapes for The House of Beautifully Earned Trust
Collaborative making at Tate Modern, 5th floor, Blavatnik building on 3rd and 4th February 2018. Data for Data’s Sake (2018) invited visitors to take government data about UK government art collections (including the Tate’s) personalise it, shred it and cage it, to produce new works of data.
Using XML data from the government data website (government art collection) for performance reading/singing of raw data.
Shredding the data
Highlighting/colouring A4 sheets to produce new ‘works of Data’ + inviting visitors to make their own works from shredding the data and caging the data. Works of Data which turn into works of art, which must, of course, be destroyed… because: Continue reading “Data For Data’s Sake #2 – Shredding”