Jill Randall. ’Personal Structures-Identities’ Exhibition, 2019 Venice Art Biennale, PAPER Pavilion, European Cultural Centre, Palazzo Mora, Venice, Italy. May 11th-Nov 24th 2019.

Published on 2019-10-07T13:27:34Z (GMT) by Jill Margaret Randall
<div>This collection comprises documentation of the works in the exhibition, articles and interviews about Randall's work in the show, the curatorial rationale for the exhibition and ideas explored, posters and documentation of the catalogue produced by the European Cultural Centre.</div><div>Randall was invited by the European Cultural Centre and Global Art Affairs Foundation to exhibit 11 sculptures for 58th Venice Biennale, ‘La Biennale di Venezia’, the largest, oldest and most prestigious art festival in the world. Exhibitions are seen and reviewed by the art world's leading collectors, curators and critics.<br>In collaboration with Dr David Hancock, University of Salford, Randall curated the PAPER Pavilion, an exhibition of works on paper exploring the ‘Personal Structures-Identities’ theme, supported by a major award from Arts Council England and the University of Salford. <br>The exhibition has 300,000 visitors over 6 months.<br>Jill Randall’s practice-based research explores the overlooked and secretive, celebrating the “ad hoc” and improvised, and addresses the rationale of the exhibition -the question of the artist as mediator between two worlds -the intangible and private space of the studio and the reality of the world outside.<br>Randall’s work was reviewed in the international on line periodical the Fourdrinier, and in the international online periodical for ‘sculpture network’ . A catalogue ‘Personal Structures-Identities’ was published by the European Cultural Centre.<br><br></div><br>

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Randall, Jill Margaret; Hancock, David (2019): Jill Randall. ’Personal Structures-Identities’ Exhibition, 2019 Venice Art Biennale, PAPER Pavilion, European Cultural Centre, Palazzo Mora, Venice, Italy. May 11th-Nov 24th 2019.. figshare. Collection. https://doi.org/10.17866/rd.salford.c.4689359