This year guest curators Théodora Lecrinier and Hannah Turner Wallis of Dyad Creative have selected 41 works by 44 artists to reflect on the theme of Borderlines. The exhibits will be on show across St Margaret’s Church, the church yard and Norfolk Wildlife Trust.
Borderlines asks artists to consider Geographical/Environmental, Socio-political and Spiritual/Embodied Borderlines. Looking inquisitively and creatively at the environment and the context in which they live, Dyad Creative have asked artists to respond to the widest significance of Borderlines: Landscape, Terrain, Migration (wildlife/humans),Transmigration, Departure, Borderlands, Borderlines, Borders, Lines, Walking, Wandering, Wanderlust, Movement.
Private View Wednesday 3rd from 5—8pm and closing with a performance on Sunday 4th at 3.30pm.
You are warmly invited on a curators tour of both venues on Saturday 20th from 2.30pm—4.45pm.