september, 2017

23sep(sep 23)10:00 am(sep 23)10:00 amWhat does not respect.It is unfinished, always in the act of becoming.10:00 am - 4:00 pm Plymouth Athenaeum, Plymouth Athenaeum, Derrys Cross, Plymouth, PL1 2SWArea:City CentreExhibition:Event/One off happening,Exhibition/Something to see

Event Details

‘What does not respect.’, is an experimental, ephemeral exhibition presented by artists; Lisa Davison, Katie Upton and Louise R-Djukic, whose practices in some way address the concept of the in-between, the ambiguous and moments of tension or change. These ideas are explored in relation to the body and the human experience.

‘What does not respect.’, takes place in the disused tunnel which runs beneath Plymouth’s Athenaeum, a space which physically embodies the notion of the in-between and has connotations of the body itself. The work, including print, installation and performance are realised using ephemeral materials.

It is unfinished, always in the act of becoming.

Exhibition runs 22/23/24 September

Time

(Saturday) 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location

Plymouth Athenaeum

Plymouth Athenaeum, Derrys Cross, Plymouth, PL1 2SW

Artist(s) or Organiser(s) names

Lisa Davison, Katie Upton, Louise R-Djukic

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