Wayne Chisnall's assemblage sculpture The City, a "mobile cabinet of curiosities," will be displayed at TROVE gallery, in the Engine Room of Birmingham's Science and Industry Museum for a show called The Event 2011.
I’m delighted to say that I’ve been invited to exhibit work at the TROVE gallery (a heritage site located in the Engine Room of Birmingham’s old Science and Industry Museum) as part of this month’s The Event 2011 (the third bi-annual visual art festival hosted by Birmingham Contemporary Art Forum) which runs from 21 – 30 October. The show brings together a combination of Heat Robinson-esque machines and 2D dreams of machines and is curated by Charlie Levine of TROVE in conjunction with Minnie Weisz Studio of King’s Cross, London. The exhibition will cross sound, film and object/sculpture and be based around the narrative of ‘Creative Machines’ and minimalist sculpture – a look into pure machines meets pure minimalism.
(via Super Punch)
The Event 2011 [waynechisnall.blogspot.com]
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