In collaboration with Grand Union and Recent Activity, join us for a preliminary display of elements from the upcoming exhibition ‘Three Models for Change’ on Friday 1 June, 6–9pm at Centrala.
Shown within the confines of a vitrine, this initial display presents several fictional and archival documents, which contribute to a larger discussion around communal models and their future potentials.
‘Three Models for Change’ is a forthcoming group exhibition which opens at Stryx on Saturday 9 June, asserting the importance of historical awareness in establishing future potentials of communities. The works in this exhibition fluctuate between three actual and staged narratives: the formation of a fictional Quaker-punk band; the staging of cross-generational Queer histories; the uncertainty surrounding a newly formed volcanic island and its territorial disputes.
The display and forthcoming exhibition includes existing work and new commissions by artists Chris Alton, Ian Giles and Greta Hauer.
Curated by Ryan Kearney, Alice O’Rourke and Ariadne Tzika.
For more information visit: https://grand-union.org.uk/gallery/three-models-for-change/
Exhibition runs from 9 – 16 June 2018, at STRYX.
Open Tues – Sat, 11-5pm.