Eva Gold | Sarah Jenkins | Lilian Nejatpour | Jenn Pavlick
Private View | Thursday 6th April from 6pm to 8pm
Exhibition open | Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 12noon to 5pm
Sunday 9 April at 3pm | Katrina Palmer’s End Matter: A Reading Group
Join us for a discussion of Katrina Palmer’s End Matter. We will discuss the themes of the book in connection with art practice, making, sculpture, language and everyday life. This will be an open exploration of the text with particular emphasis on materiality and Palmer's use of language as a sculptural medium. However, any other discussions that people want to bring to the table are welcome!
About End Matter: The Isle of Portland off the south coast of England has been shaped and hollowed out over centuries by convicts and quarrymen to provide stone for some of London's best-known buildings. A sculptural excavation of this elemental island, marked by unsettling absences, and a writer who has gone missing, generated a series of narratives for listeners, readers and walkers.
All are welcome to join and participate in this informal reading group discussion led by Eva Gold, Sarah Jenkins, Lilian Nejatpour and Jennifer Pavlick.
For those who don’t have access to the text, the audio is available here;