Artworks from all over the world that have only previously been seen online can be viewed in person at General Practice project space.
Artists in the show include:
Susie Hamilton shows new paintings depicting visored and masked medics treating coronavirus patients; Ryan Gander has written an A’level art and design exam paper for 2027, created in the year of no school exams; Sally Plowman shows a buckled bike wheel housing an animated drawing of an endlessly spinning head; Ann Gollifer’s video-work shows the process of her creating work at home, with a surprise visitor; Narbi Price shows one of his watercolours of an all too familiar lockdown sight of a taped up park bench.
General Practice is an artist-led collective that promotes national and international artist exchange and critical discourse in Lincoln. There is an emphasis on a fluid and experimental approach to making and showing art. General Practice’s ethos is to support artists at all stages of their career, geographical spread, content and media. Many of the works will be for sale through ‘Artist Support Pledge’, a generous culture and dynamic economy in support of artists and makers established during Covid-19.
Viewing by appointment contact firstname.lastname@example.org