This Saturdays Live event brought Jesse Wine and Kathy Noble to reflect, together, on their own and each other's practice as artist and curator in relation to issues of display, narrative, revelation, material and sculptural processes.
Jesse Wine is an artist currently working in ceramics. Wine is interested in human behaviour and human interaction, using clay and exhibition construction to explain ideas and narratives around these subjects. Recent and forthcoming exhibitions include Chester Man, Mary Mary Gallery, Glasgow; You can't beat nature, Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno; Travelling White Man, C02 Gallery, Turin; Pleasure Principles, Lafayette Foundation, Paris; Hey, I'm Mr. Poetic, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge; Notes Toward a Sculpture Cycle, Nomas Foundation, Rome; Ceramic fellow 2014, Camden Arts Centre. Born 1983, Jesse lives and works in London.
Kathy Noble is a writer and curator, who is currently Artists and Programmes Curator at Wysing Arts Centre. She was previously Head of Exhibitions at Nottingham Contemporary, and prior to that, Curator (Interdisciplinary Projects) at Tate Modern. There she co-curated The Tanks programme, Tate Modern Live, the online programme Performance Room, and a number of exhibitions and projects. She writes for magazines such as Frieze and Art Monthly and recent catalogue essays include Tania Bruguera, Geoffrey Farmer, Tala Madani, Haegue Yang and Emma Hart. Kathy is a Trustee of Michael Clark Company and Chair of Trustees of Auto Italia South East.
Saturdays Live explore ideas and practices connected to Serpentine Galleries exhibitions through performances, interventions and participatory actions.