Friday, 2 July 2010
To the Hannah Maclure Centre later for the Guerrilla Gallery. I'll take some photos there and post them on this 'ere blog tomorrow.
From the press release:
Over the past few days the HMC has been taken over, Guerrilla Gallery has transformed the space into a platform for a myriad of interventions.
Join them tonight and they will provide entertainment, interspersed with live music performances by Esperi and guests, a skype performance from New York by Edward Shallow, live digital drawing and VJing.
Next week will be the last week to see work that has had a surprising yet unassuming effect on the space.
Helen Angell-Preece has installed 3 works made in conjunction with her Moving Stills series, exploring the extent to which Kinaesthesia - or Sensation of movement - gives us a sense of ourselves 'being' within a space, and informs the way we perceive and react to the urban environment.
Other installations are from artists Hayley Mathers, Ger O'Brien, The Aviary and Donna Holford-Lovell
A series of experimental interventions from local artists and performers.
Artists and performers will be invited to respond to the space by creating works in situ, audience participation encouraged.