• Working Project • is proud to announce our three artists in residence: Max Prus (RA), Antonia Showering (Slade) and Alexander James (UAL). This residency will last just under two months and culminate in a group exhibition.

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• Working Project • is proud to present our second artist in residence, Alexander James. Born in 1993, James lives and works in London where he studied at the notable Camberwell School of Arts receiving a BA in illustration where he focused mainly on moving image and painting. Since leaving Camberwell James’ work has been exhibited in London & Berlin and following his three-month residency at Working Project (11 October - 31st December) he will exhibit work for the first time in New York.

As a child, he was guided by his grandfather’s documentary skills and insistence on watching black and white Native American films. This inspired James’ earlier video experimentations leading to a lat- er decision to include himself as the main subject of his work. A Kid Who Walked The Plank, his first show at Working Project continues his questioning and intrigue of the artist and self as a biographical figure in his work.

Alex will have a solo exhibition with working project called A Kid Who Walked the Plank.

Private View : Thursday 25th October , 6-9pm. Open from : 26th - 28th October 10-6pm


• Working Project • in collaboration with Arcade Project host a two-month artist residency with Thomas Langley, a multidisclipinary artist who has recently graduated from the Royal Academy. Tom explores the universal truths of the artistic condition with text paintings like "Buy Mum a House" and anti-aesthetic gloopy sculptures made from bits of coloured polyurethane, wood and foam. 

The residency co-exists inside Whiteleys and creates a space for the artist to develop his practice inside a bygone Victorian building offering a spectacular studio space of around 1,00 square foot with extraordinary natural light.

The residency will result in a solo show at the Arcade Project starting on the 8th September and will run until 10th October 2018. 

For more information, press or to book your studio visits please contact

askladmann@gmail.com - Director of Arcade Project (www.arcadeproject.co.uk)