Well Projects: WATER GARDEN

Well Projects: WATER GARDEN

Kenneth Anger, Eau d'Artifice (1953).

Open: Friday 1-Saturday 30 March 2019. (See below for opening times.)
Private view: Friday 22 March 6-9pm ()

of Floodtide, Homo Ciris & Strange Fish: Saturday 9 March 7:30-9pm
Reading by George Harding, Sunday 17 March 3-4pm

Water Garden is a month long residency-and-exhibition by Margate-based artist collective Well Projects. 

During March 2019 they will be based in Crate's temporary project space, producing a new site-specific work that uses architectural devices to forge connections to their continued investigation of water, volumetrics, and submergence.

Well Projects will update the Crate website and social media feeds weekly with works in progress, installed pieces and research. Following the residency an editioned book is due to be published.

To make an appointment please email:

Project opening times: 

About the Artists

Well Projects is an artist-led organisation that operates as an events and gallery space and supports a public programme. Inhabiting a shop-front in Margate, Well Projects looks to the water well for direction; as an interstice in a location, as a reservoir and as a place to gather. Operating alongside Well Projects is Well Press - a risograph print studio and open source archive. Together they support the presentation and sharing of high quality art and research that showcases a diversity of creative positions within the arts, science, politics, economy, geography and ecology.

Well Projects is organised by Kris Lock, George Harding, Emily Whitebread, Harriet Pierce & Sean Goldring.

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Image: Kenneth Anger, Eau d'Artifice, 1953 (still)