Wild Excitement in E11
You will be able to see a wonderful range of sculptures, installations, interactive and performance art by 22 artists. It takes place on 7/8 and 14/15 July, Saturdays 12-5 and Sundays 1-5p.m.
There are two events as well. The North East London and West Essex Carvers will show their woodcarving skills on the afternoons on Saturday and Sunday 7 and 8 July.
Another must-see will be Helen Porter, the magic paperwoman of Walthamstow. Helen will be fascinating visitors with her magnificent performance, The Noise of Philosophy. This will feature paper on the move with sounds of civilisation. Oh and a hint of Pygmalion, Rousseau and some New Zealand connections, we have been promised. Her show is on Saturday 14 July, at 2 and again at 4 p.m.
Also you will see houses walk, meet strange things in the trees, be gripped by wild poetry and follow the journey of pebbles whilst, we hope, a gentle breeze brings a sound sculpture to life. Oh, and between the Quakers’ indoor show, Waves, Motion and Stillness and Wild, you can enjoy Jan Sellers’ Labyrinth which joins the two worlds of indoor and outdoor art together. Just some of the exciting features of this exhibition Wild. Come and be immersed in art in Leytonstone!