5 April 2022


Artists Rindon Johnson and Frances Whorrall-Campbell invite you into a private conversation held in public. Starting from the prompt ‘does this interest you?’, they will share material meaningful to their lives and practices before opening up the discussion to those present, as a way to think about what must happen behind closed doors and what can happen
in the open.

This session is free to attend and will be held on Zoom. Please register by emailing info (at) artworkassociation.org. Registered attendees will receive the link 10 minutes in advance of the discussion

Rindon Johnson is an artist and writer. In 2022, Johnson was awarded the 12th Ernst Rietschel Award for Sculpture by the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden. In 2021 Johnson presented two pendant solo exhibitions; first at SculptureCenter, New York and later at Chisenhale, London. He is the author of Nobody Sleeps Better Than White People (Inpatient, 2016), the VR book, Meet in the Corner (Publishing-House.Me, 2017), Shade the King (Capricious, 2017) and The Law of Large of Large Numbers: Black Sonic Abyss (Chisenhale, Inpatient, SculptureCenter 2021). He was born on the unceded territories of the Ohlone people. He lives in Berlin.

Frances Whorrall-Campbell is a writer and artist based in the UK. Their writing on art and culture can be found in Art Monthly, Art-Agenda, The White Review and The Architectural Review, with creative work published in anthologies by Prototype, Pilot Press, and Ugly Duckling Presse. They have produced work with Manchester International Festival, Wysing
Arts Centre, Catalyst Arts Belfast, and the Centre for Contemporary Art Derry~Londonderry, where they are a Research Associate (2021-23). Frances is also the curator of the residency and research platform Conversations Across Place, and editor of the associated publication
Reckoning with An Entangled World (The Green Box, 2021).

Image: screenshots taken by Rindon Johnson from an episode of Grand Designs New Zealand