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Lunchtime Conversations: Naomi Gilby
15 Sep 2018 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Lunchtime Conversations is a series of events that happen once per exhibition at BasementArtsProject. It is an opportunity for the public to meet the incumbent artist, in this case Naomi Gilby, over a cooked meal and then take a tour of the exhibition guided by the artist. The event is FREE.
Thai Curry / Rice (Vegan)
Pork Chilli / Rice (Meat)
Tea / Coffee
Exhibition: Naomi Gilby | Pleasure
The work of Naomi Gilby reveals and amplifies details of a highly personal nature about the artist. It is work that reflects life experiences as an artist and as an individual. Her work is not just confined to the self but also reveals something of how we experience and interact with the world around us.
In her 2017 exhibition for BasementArtsProject entitled Now We Have Met, Gilby pulled the focus in on the life of objects associated with her work as a performance artist in Leeds. For her 2018 exhibition Pleasure she returns to the place in which she grew up, presenting a selection of images and sculptural works that suggest the sights, sounds and smells of her home town of Blackpool. As with past works the exhibition will present Gilby’s ideas and experiences from a singular point of view but will be instantly recognisable to anyone that has grown up in a seaside town.
Exhibition remains open to the general public 2.30pm until 4pm on this day then . . .
Sunday 16th September | 2pm – 4pm
Monday 17th September | 11am – 2pm
Exhibition Remains Open By Appointment until
Monday 8th October
Please check times with event organiser for any last minute changes.
No Wheelchair Access. We are currently working on plans that we hope to realise in future years to address wheelchair access We document every exhibition on our website with writing, images and occasionally film We are able to assist those with limited mobility and / or visual impairment with access to the Basement space. We have a collection of past artists on permanent display on the ground floor.
- Family friendly
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