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Green Tease: Lost Islands & Other Works exhibition tour
16:30 on 22 September 2016
Peacock Visual Arts
Join curator Matilda Strang, for an exhibition tour, followed by a group discussion led by producer, researcher and writer Chris Fremantle.
‘Lost Islands and Other Works’ is a solo show of work by Swiss artist Marie Velardi, including drawing, sculpture, and installation. For her first solo show in the UK, this exhibition brings together recent and significant works by Marie to consider the nature of impermanence and movement of time from various perspectives.
During the tour of the exhibition, Matilda will provide a background to Marie’s current work and interests, including ideas around time, and in particular to the future. Chris Fremantle will then respond to the exhibition in light of his interests in art, ecology and sustainability and his research and practice led platform eco/art/scot/land. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided.
This event is run in partnership with Peacock Visual Arts as part of CCS’s Green Tease Open Call Fund.
Find out more and register here: http://www.creativecarbonscotland.com/event/green-tease-lost-islands-works-exhibition-tour/
Green Tease is an ongoing informal events programme which aims to build connections between creative practices and environmental sustainability, through the exchange of ideas, knowledge and practices. Find out more here: http://www.creativecarbonscotland.com/project/green-tease/
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