Exhibition Tour with Thom Isom Sunday 17 April / 2:30pm-3:30pm / Free / Drop in

17 Apr 2016

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2:30-3:30 Drop In

Cost of entry


Open Eye Gallery

Liverpool, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • The nearest bus station is at Liverpool ONE, but some buses drop off at the Pier Head, right next door to the gallery. Merseytravel has details of local bus services.
  • By train We are 20 minutes walk from Lime Street station ' Liverpool's mainline railway station. James Street station, served by Wirral Line trains, is a two minute walk. Moorfields station, served by the Northern and Wirral Lines, is a five minute w

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Join our curator Thomas Dukes and exhibiting artist Thom Isom for a tour of Open 2: Pieces of You.


Thom Isom is an artist and graphic designer based in Liverpool.  Working from Static Gallery, Isom has been involved in a number of audio/visual projects experimenting with creating new environments for audiences to experience an event.  For Pieces of You, the gallery wanted to produce a site of engagement with the artists work that was less delineated than the static gallery space, and so invited Isom to engage and respond to the work of his fellow artists in the exhibition.  The variable, tactile publication is available for sale to remix the exhibition into your own story.

Exhibition tours offer insight to the works on display and are a great opportunity to discuss the exhibition with others. The tour lasts approximately 45 minutes. Booking is not required. For further information please call +44 (0)151 236 6768 or email info@openeye.org.uk

Current Exhibition

Open 2: Pieces of You

The second exhibition in the Open series presents six new and early career artists predominantly from the North whose work came to us through submissions and expressions of interest.

In Pieces of You, each of the artists share a curiosity in exploring how we gather and make meaning of our experiences.

Peter Watkins’ The Unforgetting examines the artists German family history through objects, places, photographs, and narrative structures circulated within his family. Phoebe Kiely’s They Were My Landscape presents scenes from her life, collected as an act of curiosity and compulsion. Photographer Stephen Iles and sculptor Nicola Dale collaborate to explore the possibilities of photography to communicate an understanding of a subject. Sam Hutchinson’s project I Used To Think You Were Normal reflects on the simulated worlds of game shows and the motivations of their contestants. Designer and artist Thom Isom presents a new way of experiencing the exhibition through a limited edition publication.




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