We’re happy to welcome back Vaughan Grylls, who will be joining us for another special event to run alongside his exhibition at A-side B-side .
This time he will be interviewed by a very special guest: his daughter Pinny, an award-winning documentary filmmaker and ethnographer, who has worked for the BBC, Channel 4, The Arts Council, The National Theatre and the Tate, amongst others.
Father and daughter will discuss Vaughan’s work in depth, whilst also talking about their relationship and comparing it to the relationship Vaughan had with his late father, which is the central theme of one of the pieces on show. We hope they will be joined by his younger daughter Hattie, who works in publishing and his son George, currently studying architecture at Columbia, New York.
Complimentary refreshments will be served courtesy of Five Points Brewing, who are kindly sponsoring the exhibition and its related events.
The event is free and open to all, but spaces will be limited so we recommend RSVP-ing at https://bit.ly/2rAa5aN to guarantee your seat