Transmitter presents:
The Black & White Project
August 12 – September 11, 2016

Curated by Yifat Gat for Look & Listen

“The very nature of working in The Black & White Project lends a sense of unity, which facilitates the assemblage of works from a broad range. Illustrative, grid-­based, drawing, embroidery, reductive, graphic, intuitive and freehand are just some of the approaches represented here. This curatorial exercise seeks to highlight at once both similarities and differences, creating a rich mixture of dialogues and contrasts.”
–Yifat Gat

Artists included:

David Rhodes, Izabela Kowalczyk, Michael Woody, Eve Aschheim, Didier Petit, Matthew Deleget, Peter Shear, Meg Lipke, Rieko Koga, Ben Alper, Brian Edmonds, Hooper Turner, Niall De Buitléar, Don Voisine, Paul Pagk, Armelle De Sainte Marie, Claire Colin-Collin, Marie-Claude Bugeaud, Ruri Yi, Joris Brantuas, Brian Cypher, Laura Charlton, Emily Noelle Lambert, Chaim Machlev, Brynn Higgins-Stirrup, Karl Bielik, Patrice Pantin, Jeremie Delhome, Michael Voss, Ky Anderson, Alain Biltereyst, Shawn Stipling, Marion Piper, Gabriele Herzog, Katherine Bradford, Rosaire Appel, Jérémy Laffon, Jasper van der Graaf, Tilman Hoepfl, Daniel G. Hill, Pete Schulte, Lydia Rump, Yoav Efrati, Ward Schumaker, Richard Van der Aa, Gary Petersen, Benjamin Gardner, Ian White Williams, Oriane Stender, Pierre Neyrand, Christine Mahoney, Espen Erichsen, Leeza Doreian, Béatrice Beha, Robert Otto Epstein, Heidi Pollard, Lael Marshall, Catherine Haggarty, Clinton King, Mark Sengbusch

The Black & White Project is an ongoing exploration that started as a curatorial post on the Look & Listen blog. In 2014 it was expanded into an exhibition at the Look & Listen Gallery, presenting works by 30 international artists. An accompanying publication including works by 100 artists from around the world was added specifically for the London Sluice Art fair. A print edition with works by 6 artists, printed by Atelier Tchikebe, was added to the project in 2015. 

This exhibition at Transmitter will be the fifth iteration of The Black & White Project, featuring 59 artists from around the world.

The publication is available at: