Friday, 2 July 2010

Guerrilla Gallery

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.

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