How To Solve Problems In The Office

Part-public part-private the new office will act as a problem for the exhibitions programme; inserting tables, chairs, computers, wires, folders, people and photocopies forcing the exhibitions to respond to the new environment, as the gallery is converted into a permanent working office.

How To Solve Problems In The Office is a manifestation of new bureaucratic structures necessary for Trade to expand, and a musing on the opportunities and problems these structures create.

At the core of the exhibition is a changing arrangement of artworks, alterations, additions and adjustments to the space and various office utilities by Russell Herron, Tom Godfrey, Oliver Braid, Candice Jacobs.

In addition there is a changing programme of themed wall based works. The first of these exhibitions includes works by: Simon & Tom Bloor, Andy Holden, Edoardo De Falchi, Elena Damiani and Sophie Percival, that document existing artworks, public sculpture and architecture, in various ways.
 

1st Instalment (1st December 2012)
Russell Herron, Tom Godfrey, Oliver Braid, Candice Jacobs and Daniel James Wilkinson

 

2nd Instalment (18th December 2012)
Simon & Tom Bloor, Andy Holden, Edoardo De Falchi, Elena Damiani and Sophie Percival

 

3rd Instalment (2nd March 2013)
Tomas Chaffe

 

How to Solve Problems In The Office’s publicity image is based on a riso printed poster by Daniel James Wilkinson, available free from the gallery.

Images of the exhibition © Krystina Naylor 2013

Russell Herron - Branded Mugs

Oliver Braid

Tom and Simon Bloor

Sophie Percival

Installation View

Installation View

Tom Godfrey