BRASS ART in conversation with ROGER MALBERT
Thursday 29th October / 6pm – 8.30pm
FREE BUT BOOKING IN ADVANCE IS ESSENTIAL : to book your place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Paulette 07981 389 591
We invite you to join us for the third in our current series of ‘In conversation / Q&A’ events with artists whose exhibitions form part of the programme of activity at The International 3.
On Thursday 29th October there will be an opportunity for you to see Brass Art’s current exhibition at the gallery, Shadow Worlds | Writers’ Room : Freud’s House, followed by an in conversation with the artists led by Roger Malbert. The evening will conclude with an opportunity for Q&A. The exhibition has been commissioned by University of Salford and acquired by them for their collection.
Roger Malbert is Head of Hayward Touring at the Southbank Centre, London. He has organised and co-curated many exhibitions and written catalogue essays on artists including Matta, Richard Wentworth and Tacita Dean. He is the author of ‘Drawing People: The Human Figure in Contemporary Art’, published by Thames & Hudson, 2015.
Brass Art is the collaborative practice of Chara Lewis, Kristin Mojsiewicz and Anneké Pettican. Exhibitions include: The Imagining of Things HAG (2013), Flights of Fancy Tatton Park Biennial (2012), Dark Matters The Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester (2011), Skyscraping Yorkshire Sculpture Park, (2008), The Jerwood Drawing Prize, London (2008). Selected presentations include: Folds in Time: artists’ responses to the temporal and the uncanny, Freud Museum, London (2015), CHArt Conformity, Process and Deviation Kings College Festival of the Humanities, London (2014), Siggraph Los Angeles (2012); Technologies of Drawing European Sculpture Network (2011), ISEA2010:RUHR Dortmund, Germany (2010). Brass Art has received numerous awards including: Arts Council England, British Council, Association of Art Historians, Friends of Yorkshire Sculpture Park and AHRC. Their work is held in a number of public and private collections.