Large Vase by Ndidi Ekubia, 2010. Represented at COLLECT by Clare Beck at Adrian Sassoon

Project Space

For the fourth consecutive year the Project Space will present an alternative exhibition space on the second floor of the Saatchi Gallery as part of COLLECT: The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects.

COLLECT 2014 is featuring installations by the following artists:

  • Savings Bank for the Genome, Cleo Mussi, 2014. Collect Project Space. Photo: Cleo Mussi, Digital retouch: Lianne Baker

    Savings Bank for the Genome, Cleo Mussi, 2014. Collect Project Space. Photo: Cleo Mussi, Digital retouch: Lianne Baker

    Cleo Mussi

    All Consuming
    Made from ceramic waste, Cleo Mussi’s mosaic installation comprises seven life-size figures. All Consuming is an observation of man’s evolution and its impact on the environment, and how we continue to evolve to keep ahead of the game.

    Email: mussimosaics@homcall .co.uk
    Website: www.mussimosaics.co.uk

  • Transforming The Ambiguous Series - Ambiguous 1, Giovanni Marmont, 2013-2014. Collect Project Space. Photo: Giovanni Marmot

    Transforming The Ambiguous Series - Ambiguous 1, Giovanni Marmont, 2013-2014. Collect Project Space. Photo: Giovanni Marmot

    Giovanni Marmont

    Transforming The Ambiguous Series
    This series of deliberately non-intuitive and enigmatic artefacts leaves room for the audience to interpret the pieces, thus engaging in a reflection about expectations and perception of the objects that daily mediate our experience of the world.

    Phone: +44 (0)7428 247626
    Email: giovanni.marmont@gmail.com
    Website: www.giovannimarmont.com

  • Gust, Heidi Harringhton, 2014. Collect Project Space. Photo: Sylvain Deleu

    Gust, Heidi Harringhton, 2014. Collect Project Space. Photo: Sylvain Deleu

    Heidi Harrington

    Ornamental Walk
    This work is inspired both by movement and by stillness in nature, combined with an enjoyment of the depiction of landscape on ceramic objects. Printed imagery stretches and moves in the objects, describing place, experience, and material making.

    Harrington Studios
    Unit E3
    Hays Bridge Business Centre
    Brickhouse Lane
    South Godstone
    Surrey
    RH9 8JW

    Phone: +44 (0)7951 767299
    Email: heidi@heidiharrington.co.uk
    Website: www.heidiharrington.co.uk

  • Wanderlust, Jilly Edwards, 2013. Collect Project Space. Photo: Mei Lim

    Wanderlust, Jilly Edwards, 2013. Collect Project Space. Photo: Mei Lim

    Jilly Edwards

    These woven tapestries are inspired by glimpses and memories of journeys, whether long-haul or just a trip to the local café. This installation echoes the wanderlust of the journey and is created around a vertical journey: of stop, look, see and smile.

    The Garden house,
    28a Richmond Road,
    Exeter,
    Devon,
    EX4 4JF

    Email: jilly.edwards1@btinternet.com
    Website: www.jillyedwards.co.uk

  • Circle Installation (detail), Linda Brothwell. Collect Project Space. Photo: Mark Campell

    Circle Installation (detail), Linda Brothwell. Collect Project Space. Photo: Mark Campell

    Linda Brothwell

    Tools for Actions
    The Tools for Actions installation displays objects and individual jewellery as tools that each enable the owner to perform an act of public repair. It borrows its aesthetic from shadow boards where scores of individual tools are wall-mounted to create order in the workshop. Inadvertently this seeking of order creates a visual display, a decorative irregular pattern. Crafted from both precious and non-precious materials and utilising traditional craft techniques, these works celebrate the beauty and cultural significance of tools.

    Studio R6
    BV Studios
    Bristol
    BS3 4EA

    Phone: +44(0) 7815 860 355
    Email: hello@lindabrothwell.com
    Website: www.lindabrothwell.com

  • Hold fast that which is good, Lisa Farmer, 2014. Collect Project Space

    Hold fast that which is good, Lisa Farmer, 2014. Collect Project Space

    Lisa Farmer

    Hold fast that which is good.
    In celebration of the covets Japanese art form, this body of work aims to reinterpret inros as luxurious, hand-crafted objects that are both product and sculpture. By cultivating a sense of intimacy between the object and the user, this collection supersedes mere functionility to become a bearer of a higher cultural message. Objects that proclaim who we are; embodiments of the values we hold most dear.

    Via Procaccini 4
    20154
    Milan
    Italy

    Phone:+039 02 36552186 / +039 328 7188261
    Email: info@lisafarmer.com
    Website: www.lisafarmer.com

  • Wave, Min Jeong, Song &  Wonseok, 2014. Collect Project Space

    Wave, Min Jeong, Song & Wonseok, 2014. Collect Project Space

    Min Jeong Song & Wonseok Jung

    Wave
    This collaborative project by glass artist Min Jeong Song and designer-maker Wonseok Jung explores the idea of movement and perception from various perspectives, by using hand-made and digital processes, as well as interactive kinetic mechanisms. Song and Jung are Korean artists based in the UK, a PhD candidate and a MA graduate of the Royal College of Art respectively.

    Phone: +44(0) 7713 805808
    Email: min.song@network.rca.ac.uk
    Email: wonseok.jung@network.rca.ac.uk
    Wesite: www.minjeongsong.com
    Wesite: www.makerwon.com