CUBEOpen 2011 Selected Artists and Winners Announced


CUBE is delighted to announce the overall winners of CUBEOpen 2011:


The work of this Manchester-based collaboration orbits around central narratives of social, environmental and spatial justice issues and is often unauthorised and anonymously installed within the public realm. These emerging urban interventionists are represented by Upper Space. 

Commendations go to:

Ian Kirkpatrick

for We Have Never Been Modern, simultaneously a work of architecture, contemporary art, and decoration.

Kristin Posehn

for her work with sculpture, photography and installation.

Participating artists:

Andrew Brown, Samuel Capps, Mark Clare, Justine Cook, Aideen Doran and Fionnuala Doran, Kelda Free and David Brazier, Becky Gee, Isabelle Hayeur, Flis Holland, Philip Kennedy, Seulki Ki, Ian Kirkpatrick , Elizabeth Kwant, Hannah Leighton–Boyce, Manchester Modernist Society, Fabien Marques, , Katie McGown, Rosalie Monod de Froideville, Charlotte Mortensson, Lauren O'Grady, Simon Parish, Nathan Pendlebury, Kristin Posehn, Rosey Prince, Robin Pugh, Amanda Rice, Ailie Rutherford, Jennie Savage, Shift (from Shift//Delete), Jon Spencer, Jenny Steele, Matthew Thompson, Tristan Thomson, Pamela Valfer, Mary-Ruth Walsh, Peter Ward, Jiho Won.


Preview 15th December 2011

Exhibition runs 16th December - 4th February 2012


Image © Constance Laisné


Article added: 01 December 2011

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