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No working title

Published: 14 December 2010

No Working Title, 14-17 December 2010, Westside Foyer, Winchester School of Art

No Working Title is a project organised by the Tate Learning team, allowing students from Winchester School of Art to work with students from other parts of the country, to learn more about their own practice and gain insight into the wider art world. This branch of the touring exhibition is curated by students who took part in the project, with help from Ann Coxan, Curator of Displays at Tate Modern and Alex Schady, Programme Leader in Fine Art at WSA.
 
The featured works were created earlier this year in collaboration with students from Norwich University College of the Arts and Bath School of Art. All students involved were paired with a student from one of the other colleges and asked to create and send a set of instructions which their partner could use to create an art work.
 
The project was inspired by conceptual artists featured in the Tate collection, such as Sol LeWitt, Carl Andre and Jenny Holzer. The students were encouraged to work within a set of rules and this provoked debate about issues concerning authorship, ownership and the idea of instructions within art.

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