London, 16-18 October 2004
PILOT:1 took place at Old Limehouse Town Hall during the weekend of the Frieze Art Fair.
Over the course of the four-day event we saw a huge level of interest in this inaugural PILOT: event with huge crowds visiting the exhibition and video screenings, attending the round-table discussion, and actively using the PILOT:1 archive. The opening event was so busy that we couldn’t see through the fog of water vapour condensing in the cold autumn air inside the Town Hall, which was bursting at the seams.
78 exciting established and emerging curators, art critics, artists and collectors nominated the artists who took part. With the PILOT team’s nominations added to this we showcased the work of 91 artists, whose work you will find documented in our online archive here.
Speakers at the round-table discussion included:
JJ Charlesworth, Berit Fischer, Alison Green, Mark Hutchinson, Pil & Galia Kollectiv, Peter Lewis, Catherine Mosely, Victoria Preston, Bob & Roberta Smith, Peter Suchin, and Anne Tallentire.
PILOT:1 was co-organised by Colin Guillemet, Doriane Laithier, Rory Macbeth, Elizabeth McAlpine, and Matthew Poole.
The event was generously supported by Arts Council England, London Borough of Tower Hamlets, Matthew Algie Coffee [Tiki Cafes], and John Armitt Wines.
Reza Aramesh, Katherine Araniello, Nathan Barlex, Becky Beasley, Mark Beasley, Amanda Beech, Simon & Tom Bloor, Anna Boggon, Julie Brenot, Pablo Bronstein, Kristina Bræin, Lela Budde, Carlos Bunga, Paul Carter, Samantha Clark, Ruth Claxton, Tobias Collier, Claire Davies, Shezad Dawood, Alejandro Diaz, Graham Dolphin, Kirsten Dufour, Annelies Egli, Marius Engh, William English, Nick Evans, Famed, Eric Fong, Helen Frik, Funky Projects, Chitra Ganesh, Ana Genoves, Nicola Gobbetto, Loris Gréaud, Colin Guillemet, Michael Hampton, Lucy Harrison, Vlatka Horvat, Kate Howard, Lizzie Hughes, Mark Hutchinson, Päivi Häkkinen, Jaspar Joseph-Lester, Juneau Project, Heiko Kalmbach, Conor Kelly, Leopold Kessler, Neill Kidgell, Pil and Galia Kollectiv, Doriane Laithier, Torsten Lauschmann, Eiving Lentz, Peter Luetje, Elizabeth McAlpine, Asier Mendizabal, Yves Mettler, Nicole Mollett, David Mollin, Brian Moran, Adam Nankervis, John Nassari, Grace Ndiritu, Andrea Nelli, David O'Mara, Raul Ortega Ayala, David Osbaldeston, Kate Owens, Ezra Parzybok, Seb Patane, Sophia Petrides, Simon Popper, Kristin Posehn, Boo Ritson, Carolina Saquel, Kerstin Schiefner, Gabriela Schutz, Liam Scully, Stanya Kahn and Harry Dodge, Melanie Stidolph, Michael Stumpf, Stuart Taylor, Tine Thorup, Yvonne Trapp, Anton Vidokle, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Saso Vrabic, Stephen Waddell, Ingrid Weiss, Bedwyr Williams, Simon Wood, Snorre Ytterstad.
Robinson Alistair, Bruce Allan, Ute Meta Bauer, Dave Beech, Bob and Roberta Smith, Waling Boers, Francesco Bonami, Dan Cameron, Ele Carpenter, Paolo Colombo, Céline Condorelli, Aileen Corkery, Goldsmiths College Creative Curating Course 2004, Royal College of Art Curating Contemporary Art Students 2004, Shezad Dawood, Angela De La Cruz, AK Dolven, Barnaby Drabble, Flora Fairbairn, Milovan Farronato, Mario Flecha, Forde, Thomas Frangenberg, Free Association, Rainer Ganahl, Massimiliano Gioni, Carolina Grau, Alison Green, Katerina Gregos, Uwe-Karsten Guenther, Matthew Higgs, Rolf Hoff, Jens Hoffmann, Jeffrey Charles Gallery, Teho Kang, Robin Klassnik, Oliver Kossack, Jessica Lack, Helen Legg, David Leister, Jean-Conrad Lemaître, Peter Lewis, Goshka Macuga, Francesco Manacorda, Bartomeu Mari, David Medalla, Shirley Morales, Lynda Morris, Neil Mulholland, Sarah Munro, Adam Nankervis, Sally O'Reilly, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Kirsty Ogg, Luke Oxley, Vincent Pécoil, Emily Pethick, Max Presneill, Nigel Prince, Juan Puntes, Christian Rattenmayer, David Risley, DJ Roberts, Jane Rolo, Silvio Salgado, Man Somerlinck, Peter Suchin, Adam Sutherland, Ingrid Swenson, Rachael Thomas, Per Gunnar Tverbakk, Jochen Volz, Gavin Wade, Jeff Wall, Miguel Wandschneider, Lawrence Weiner, Alun Williams.
To find out who nominated who please explore the online archive by navigating through the menu on the left hand side of this page.