Project in Greenwich | Fran Cottell 'Forced Entry', 2017
Sunday 11 June, with drinks from 2-5pm

14 May to 11 June 2017

 

18 Woolwich Road 

Greenwich, London 

SE10 0JU 

Map

 

Opening times: Sunday 2-5pm 

 


 

Fran Cottell, Forced Entry, 2017

 

Forced Entry is an installation that is built into the artist’s home, a former cemetery lodge in Greenwich. It is the fifth in a series begun in 2001.

 

The social concerns of this project shift between the relative values of order/disorder and status of the visitors and the inhabitants. This new architectural intervention provides viewing platforms which counter distance with proximity. The artist’s family and friends remain active in the house.

 


 

Fran Cottell is an artist producing installations, public interventions and performance since the 1970s; working collaboratively and individually, on social, feminist, environmental and domestic artworks, and curatorial projects. Fran is a Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Camberwell College of Arts.

 

Previous installations within her home were produced in collaboration with the artist-run

gallery and charity: CGPLondon.

 


 

An e-book documenting this series of installations, entitled 'House from Display to BACK to FRONT', published by KT Press, is available to view in Raven Row.

 

Train/Underground:

Westcombe Park (Southeastern), Cutty Sark (DLR), North Greenwich (Jubilee).

From North Greenwich: 6 min bus (129 or 422)

From Cutty Sark: 11 min bus (129, 286, 180 or 177); 18 min walk.

 


 

Image: Fran Cottell, Collecting Time, the Living and the Dead, installation in the artist’s home, 2005.

Photo by Terry Watts. 

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