Till Rolls

Jill Townsley (Artist)

Research output: Non-textual formArtefact


'Till Rolls' is an installation/sculpture and was selected for the Juried exhibition 'The Seventh International Arte Laguna Prize Exhibition' held at the Venice Arsenal, Italy. Till Rolls won the International Juried Press award.

The 110 finalists were chosen from a worldwide entry of more than 6,000 entrants from 26 country’s, by a Jury – headed by Igor Zanti, critic and independent curator – and includes some prominent figures of the international art scene: Umberto Angelini - Director Festival Uovo of Milan; Adam Budak - curator for contemporary art at Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden of Washington; Gabriella Belli - Director Musei Civici of Venice; Cecilia Freschini - founder of Lab-Yit, platform for contemporary art in China; Mario Gerosa – Senior Editor of AD and curator digital art; Lina Lazaar – contemporary art expert for Sotheby's; Kanchi Mehta – founder and chief curator of Chameleon Art Projects and India Editor for Flash Art; Sabine Schaschl – director and curator of Kunsthaus of Basel; Felix Schöber – independent curator; Claudia Zanfi – art historian and cultural manager.

The Arte Laguna Prize, received a medal from the President of the Italian Republic in 2010, and is carried out with the patronage of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Veneto Region, the Municipality of Venice, the European Institute of Design, IUAV and Ca' Foscari University.

Till Rolls was selected as one of the two winners of the ‘Juried Press Award’ selected from the finalists exhibition by a press Jury which included - Daniela Ambrosio | FLASH ART, Rosanna Gangemi | DROME magazine, Helga Marsala | ARTRIBUNE, Lidia Panzeri | IL GIORNALE DELL'ARTE,
Francesca Pini | Il Corriere della Sera, Adriana Polveroni | Exibart, Alessandra Redaelli | ARTE MONDADORI, Maurizio Zuccari | INSIDE ART
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 17 Mar 2013


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