- Manchester Central Library
- Saturday, February 8, 2020
- St Peter’s Square, Manchester M2 5PD
- North West England
- Mark Devereux Projects
Taking place throughout various spaces within the library building, the artist has written and produced a new song combining words and phrases from forgotten books as part of her touring project, Always something moves.
In her new body of work, Lee considers the connection between landscape and memory. Exploring places and spaces of contemplation and the act of remembering, she reflects on her father’s dementia and a shift in familial roles and relationships.
A solo exhibition of new video, text and photographic works will be presented at Bankley Gallery, Manchester launching on Friday 21 February 2020.
For further information visit: markdevereuxprojects.com/portfolio_page/alwayssomethingmoves
Image: SHE Choir
Sophie Lee (b.1987) is a British artist based in Manchester. Graduating with First Class Honours from the Manchester School of Art in 2010, she has gone on to work as an artist and educator. Her work has been exhibited in the UK and Europe, including her solo exhibitions: ‘Make Place’ at ArtWork Atelier, Salford (2018) and ‘Any Structured Pattern’ at Progr, Bern, Switzerland (2014), group shows with OutsiderXchanges; BALTIC, Gateshead (2016) and The Manchester Contemporary (2016), ‘Loose Space’, Vienna, Austria (2015) and at SIM House Reykjavik (2015). Lee has undertaken artist residencies in Finland, Iceland and the UK. Sophie Lee is represented by Mark Devereux Projects.
Always something moves has been produced by Mark Devereux Projects. Mark Devereux Projects has established a proven track record of developing artists’ practices and careers since forming in 2013. Specialising in supporting artists during crucial developmental stages in their career, Mark Devereux Projects work collaboratively with the artist, placing their core interests and ambitions at heart. Mark Devereux Projects work in two core programmes – representing individual artists and national artist development programmes. Many of the artists they have worked with have gone on to receive important commissions, prizes, exhibitions and grants that have furthered their careers.