Sunday, 12 April 2009

At Play at South Hill Park

18 April - 21 June 2009

At Play in the Bracknell Gallery and Tall Hall.

Open Wed 7-9.30pm, Thu-Sat 1-9.30pm, Sun 1-5pm
The exhibition re-creates in both adults and children a sense of what it is like to be a child at play. It encourages the viewer to gaze, to remember, to touch, to explore, to trust, to think, to laugh, to peer, to concentrate, to join in, to bend down, to take a chance … and to play.
At Play 1 features work by Marco Cali, Marcin Gajewski, Rosie Gibson, Judy Goldhill & Sophie Loss, Susan Eyre, Cathy Hart & Esther Jervis, Aaron Head, Pernille Holm-Mercer, Ingrid Jensen, Philip Lee, Siobhan McAuley, Samantha Mogelonsky, Fedor Pavlov-Andreevich, Kay Sentance, Liz Whiteman Smith, John Tenniel and Cally Trench. At Play is curated by Outi Remes and Cally Trench.

Image by Susan Eyre: Restricted View (Winter), detail

Live performances on 17 April:

6.00 - 7.30pm: Philip Lee, in Sitting Slip, explores extreme forms of child’s play and pleasure in doing something that an adult is not supposed to do.

7.30 - 8.30pm Fedor Pavlof-Andreevich performs Dead Radio. The audience is invited to twiddle the artist’s knobs making him physically switch from station to station – signing, reading news, quoting popular radio shows – all from the Soviet Union era.
Also, Sandcastles by Kay Sentance in the Bracknell town centre and the arts centre during the exhibition and opening day. Sandcastles, far from a beach, aims to provide playful reminders and surprising chance encounters between the sandcastles and the public.

Plus Images 32 group exhibition in the mansion spaces, presenting the best of British contemporary illustration.

South Hill Park, Ringmead, Bracknell, RG12 7PA. 01344 416240

1 comment:

john said...

Thanks for this posting.

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