Artists Madi Acharya-Baskerville, Hayley Harrison and Anne Parfitt echo the narrative of the once abandoned building at Harts Lane, with works that encompass discarded or pre-used materials. This exhibition of sculpture, installation, drawing and performance reflects on the cultural and environmental significance of the ’empty, abandoned or defunct’.
19 – 29 April 2018, hARTslane, 17 Harts Lane, London SE14
NOT DEAD YET
XSexcentenary – artists Kate Clayton, Wanda Zyborska, Katherine Araniello and Norma D Hunter, who collectively exhibit and perform works that consider ‘feminism, ageing and abhorring ageism’ – participates in Glasgow International 2018 with One Stop Memorial Shop at Ladywell Business Centre and a series of performances at the Victorian garden cemetery, Glasgow Necropolis (22, 29 April and 6 May).
20 April – 7 May 2018, Ladywell Business Centre, 94 Duke Street, Glasgow
A peer-networking discussion event based around the practice of artists Camilla Bliss and Lilian Nejatpour, who will both install work in the gallery space and participate in a Q&A led by Salon panel Benjamin Sebastian, Liv Pennington, Claire Smith.
Thursday 19 April 2018, 1-4.30pm, Turner Contemporary, Margate
Artist Miranda Whall‘s three-part project Crossed Paths take place between 2017 and 2021 and tells the story of mountains in Wales, Scotland and France. The launch of the Welsh component of the work will be accompanied by a panel discussion featuring a number of artists, curators, academics and conservationists. For her immersive mulit-media installation and exhibition Whall has responded, in a non-representationally manner, to an area within the Cambrian Mountains.
Saturday 21 April 2018, Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown, Powys
All of the above are taken from a-n’s Events listings section, featuring events posted by a-n’s members
1. Hayley Harrison, Home is now, permanent marker on crisp packets (performance prop), 2018
2. XSexcentenary,Now You See Me Now You Don’t, Buzzcut 2017
3. Miranda Whall, Crossed Paths