Open 11am-5pm Fri - Sun 13 December
Articulate began a year-long celebration of a decade of exhibitions and projects with the opening last weekend of Too bright for our infirm Delight, a new single-installation by Sarah Woodward in the project space, and Solo, an exhibition upstairs and in the backroom, of documentation of past single-installations in the project space. Read more about Articulate's decade here.
Artists' talks for these exhibitions begin next weekend, introduced with a brief outline by Articulate of its plans for the next year:
2pm Saturday 5 December
• Solo artists: Alison Clouston & Boyd, Beata Geyer and Helen M Sturgess.
2pm Sunday 13 December
• Solo artists: Jenny Brown, Chantal Grech, Michele Elliot, Lesley Giovanelli and a Splinter Orchestra performance/practice session.
|Sarah Woodward Too bright for our infirm Delight (detail) 2020. Ph:Sarah Woodward|
(visible at top: details of Kenneth Lambert Mirage 2020 (L) and Helen M Sturgess Dermis 2020 (R))
|Sarah Woodward Too bright for our infirm delight (detail) 2020 Ph: the artist|
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