Thursday, February 26, 2015

Dawn Woolley in Exhibition and Symposium in London, UK

Join gallery artist Dawn Woolley at Protech, a group exhibition on view at Bank Space Gallery. The opening reception will take place Thursday, March 12th from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at 59-63 Whitechapel High Street, London, E1 7PF.

"Protecht is a group exhibition  investigating our relationship to the screen, as a shelter, barrier, and mediator of every day life. The exhibition comprises works by Pamela Breda, Daniela Brenna, Sophie Bullock, Jack Davis, Matthieu Delourme, Katrin Hanusch, Peter HoiƟ, Alexander Isaenko, Jamie Jenkinson, Christine Latimer, Emily Lazerwitz, Ines Marques, Theo Tagholm, Sam Treadaway, Nara Walker, Roland Wegerer, Jack Williams and Dawn Woolley."

 Dawn will also be speaking on Friday, March 13th at Somerset House. The symposium, Surfaces and Boundaries: The Legacy of Guy Bourdin, will examine Bourdin’s legacy in relation to three themes: Space, Skin, and Lens. Each section explores the different surfaces and boundaries within Bourdin’s work, and will address topics such as space, repetition and fetish, violence and the body, gender and the erotic image, vision and gaze, class and identity, Surrealism, and psychoanalysis.

Location: Somerset House screening room
Time: 2:00pm to 5.30 pm
Tickets: Can be purchased here. There is limited capacity, so please book soon.

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