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This is the ‘Blair Witch Project Effect’ for which Frieze has become rather famous.So, don’t you take the trouble, for as much as you scream “Josh, Josh! I am not sure how many people are here this morning but seeing the art on the walls is a challenge indeed.Produced under the guidance of Curator Raphael Gygax and the Frieze Projects team, the Award will include a budget of up to £20,000 for production, research and development, artist fees and travel expenses.The 2016 Frieze Artist Award was given to Yuri Pattison, who installed a networked artwork throughout Frieze London, exploring ‘trending’ data and systems of interpretation or control. The frieze was originally installed at Rounton Grange at Northallerton, but is now in the William Morris Gallery, Walthamstow.Young single women's and men's cognitive scripts for the event “a first date” were examined to determine their content and to test for hypothesized differences in behavioral expectations.As we know, quantity does not necessarily equate to quality and Mies van der Rohe's famous maxim “less is more” echoes louder in Frieze’s tents than in any other exhibiting space in London. Forget about curatorial knowledge, this is a supermarket of art and as such it is designed to work exactly within the framework of consumerism. Frieze showcases products, some of which are good and some of which are bad, or, at times, have passed their “sell-by date”. The opportunity to see the truly new and relatively underexposed work of artists who have already reached a certain stage in their careers is the reason many visitors come, not to see Warhol.However, Frieze is not an exhibition of contemporary art, as far as visiting could also be understood as “enjoying art”. What is the point in exhibiting Andy Warhol here, I wonder? Most, and I include myself amongst these, do not have a big enough wallet to detach anything from the exhibiting walls, but with the opportunity of seeing art from 29 different countries, at least Frieze proposes a very interesting snapshot of what goes in the world beyond London, Paris and New York.

Applicants will be judged on the innovative nature of their idea and its potential for realisation.Image: Installation view, Rachel Rose: Palisades; Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London (1 October – 8 November 2015); Photo © #Rachel Rose A post shared by Serpentine Galleries (@serpentineuk) on New Yorker Rachel Rose, 29, won the Frieze Artist Award last year and will have an even bigger presence this season.Rose uses film to explore the definition of morality and has used the medium to look at everything from experiments in a robotics lab to hailstorms in Siberia, weaving together imagery and music to construct her narrative.The chosen proposal will be presented as part of Frieze Projects, the fair’s celebrated non-profit programme established in 2003 and curated by Raphael Gygax.Frieze Projects and the Frieze Artist Award are supported by the LUMA Foundation.