“Lost in a Just-in-Time Supply Chain” curated by Josh C. Wright
Lost in a Just-In-Time Supply Chain’ is an exhibition of artists all living and/or working in the Borough of Lewisham and neighbouring Greenwich and Southwark. Responding to the idea of the ‘site’, each artist in their own way draws inspiration from the city’s physical and conceptual landscape, utilising DIY and construction supplies, waste and salvaged material.
True to its name, our just-in-time schedule will operate for just FOUR DAYS ONLY before our artists, artworks and materials are dispersed, this project with Hypha Studios ends and a vacant Peacocks shop becomes Pure Gym.
Conor Ackhurst – @conor_ackhurst
Rob Branigan – @robbranigan
Patrick Cole – @patrickharveycole
Jack Evans – @jackevans
Gabriela Pelczarska @gabrielapelczarska
Anna Reading – @annareading
Catriona Robertson – @catrionart
Alexandra Searle – @alexandrasearle_
Alex Williamson – @alex.willi
Josh C. Wright – @joshcwright
Exhibition open to the public – Subject to funding, programme free drop in arts workshops for young people led by the artists featured in the exhibition.
Also part funded by the European Regional Development Fund and Lewisham Council.
In The Studio
Margot Heller, Director of South London Gallery
Margot has led the SLG through significant change and expansion in terms of its artistic and education programmes, visitor numbers, buildings and staff. She led the SLG’s RIBA award-winning expansion into a former fire station building which opened in 2018 and doubled the organisation’s footprint. The SLG has run extensive education programmes for many years, including a drop-in creative space for children on a neighbouring housing estate. During her tenure Heller has curated numerous exhibitions including those with Michael Armitage, Alvaro Barrington, Chris Burden, Ellen Gallagher, Ryan Gander, Katharina Grosse, Ann Veronica Janssens, Steve McQueen, Oscar Murillo, Danh Vo, and many others. She initiated the SLG’s post graduate artist in residency in 2010, commissioned the SLG’s permanent artist-designed garden by Gabriel Orozco which opened in 2016, and acquired a significant work by Lawrence Weiner for the Fire Station building in 2021. The SLG was joint recipient of Museum of the Year 2020.