Bringing back to the UK, a Stockholm experience. SCIBase are a collaborative project between Merseyside based SCI and BasementArtsProject, Leeds.
This exhibition at The Bridewell is entitled Inhospitable a response to the Bridewell's former use as a police station.
The exhibition features the work of Kimbal Bumstead, David Cotton, Andrew Crighton, Kelly Cumberland, Sarah Dale, Bruce Davies, Julie Dodd, Debra Eck, Phill Hopkins, Jacqueline Kerr, Jean McEwan, Matthew Merrick, Carol Ramsey, Alfie Strong, WalkerHill, Stephen White and Wendy Williams. All of the artists were involved in SUPERMARKET the Stockholm art fair, earlier this year, but will produce new work for this exhibition.
Private View: Tuesday, 2 October 2012, 1830 2030 Closing Event Sunday 14 October
This exhibition will work in conjunction with SCIBase & DWF present INHOSPITABLE: the collaborations ( unit 8, The Colonnades, Albert Dock Liverpool 2 Oct - 14 October )
âINHOSPITABLE The Collaborations' draws into the SCIBase fold a new selection of artists associated with both Liverpool and Leeds, and for whom collaboration is an important aspect of their practice. The exhibition will feature new work by Matthew Merrick & Alfie Strong, Alan Dunn & Martyn Rainford, WalkerHill, Kaye & West and Lydia Catterall.
The exhibition will look at, creatively speaking, one of the most hospitable acts in the potentially most hospitable terrain of contemporary culture.
Alan Dunn was shortlisted for the 2012 Liverpool Art Prize
Alfie Strong was shortlisted for the 2012 Woolgather Art prize
Sean Kaye and Jenny West were nominated for the 2013 Northern Art Prize.
As part of the Liverpool Independents Biennial