20.8.17

Lesley Giovanelli - Coming Going - opening Fri 25 August 6-8pm

Open 11am - 5pm Friday - Sunday,  26 Aug- 10 Sept

A new sculptural installation by Lesley Giovanelli

Lesley Giovanelli Coming Going 2017   clothing, fabric, dowels

In the installation at Articulate project space 14 patchwork pieces will hang through the space. In each, coloured panels of fabric divide horizontally to form a backdrop for a single item of clothing.

Partially folded, the shirts and pants hang to form vertical figure-columns  like Caryatids parading through the space. Join the Passeggiata and walk to one end and back again. Some of the clothes were mine, others donated by friends, whilst a few items are new. We like to travel - a blue Kameez from Gujarat, shockingly cut but at least large enough to fit. Linen shirts from Chico’s Arizona. Thai fisherman's pants evoking men with brown torsos and brilliant colours against the turquoise sea but actually made for tourists in Bali.

Metres of Indian shot cotton available only in a limited but luscious range of colours. Partnered with plain flat Chinese cotton every possible colour available. Lastly one piece of indigo dyed Japanese washing bag - what a pity to cut it up! All hanging like sheets and washing to form a field of fabulous colour. 

Images of previous installations below:

Lesley Giovanelli Continental Drift 2015 Photo Silversalt


Lesley Giovanelli Cottage Industry 2014 Photo Sue Blackburn
Lesley Giovanelli Monochrome 2011 photo Sue Blackburn

14.8.17

INK OF LIGHT - Final weekend and artists talk 2pm Sat 19 August

artist's talks 19 August: L-R: Kath Podger, Negin Chahoud, Monir Rowshan.
‘Ink of Light’ artists’ talk: 19 August, 2pm
The anguish of love: In conversation with Negin Chahoud, Kath Podger and Monir Rowshan.
Open Hours: 11am - 5pm, Friday-Sunday, 5-20 August.


Monir Rowshan introducing musicians Reza Karami, Ardalan Esfaniary, Pedram Ramin Pour & Sahand Merkhavari Sat 12 Aug

7.8.17

Last weekend's Ink of Light events

Next weekend: Saturday 12 August 2-3 pm

              Perfume of the poetry

Poetry performance by James Evans read from the book “Prison Poems”
Poems from Prison Book written by Mahvash Sabet whilst in prison (one of the seven prisoners). Prison Poems is adapted from the original Persian language (by Bahiyyih Nakhjavani)

Musical Calligraphy by Persian classical musicians

Reza Karami - Ney (an ancient wind instrument similar closest to the sound of a human being)
Ardalan Esfaniary - Santour (An ancient string instrument)
Pedram Ramin Pour - Daf (A powerful hand held drum used in Persian and Kurdish music)
Sahand Merkhavari - Tombak   (A small hand held drum used in Persian music)





above images of 6 August events by Shadi Eshragi 

4.8.17

Ink of Light opened tonight

Ink of Light Launch tomorrow (Saturday 5 August) at 2pm






Photos above: Margaret Roberts




video

video + photos above: Shadi Eshragi