Thank you to everyone who joined us last Thursday evening, including those who came as part of First Thursdays Art Bus Tour, for an introduction to Luke Willis Thompson’s new commission, autoportrait, by Eliel Jones, Exhibition and Events Assistant at Chisenhale Gallery. Thank you also to Journey to Justice – a volunteer led education charity with a remit to inspire and empower people to take action for social justice through learning about human rights and the arts – for holding their meeting at Chisenhale Gallery and visiting and discussing Thompson’s work. Images are from the evening events, by Sam Nightingale.
This week please join Luke Willis Thompson and the Mile End Community Project – an organisation working with young people on film, art and media projects – on Wednesday 9 August, 5.30pm, to hear them share their work and methods of production. This event forms part of Stop Play Record, a three-year programme for young people aged 16 - 24 who are interested in experimental film. This event is free to attend but booking is recommended. To reserve a place please visit our Eventbrite page here.
For the final year of Stop Play Record (2017-18), Chisenhale Gallery is working with two young artists, Wajahat Hussain and Anita Boateng, to commission and produce new short films. To find out more and watch recent film commissions, please click here.
The last of Luke Willis Thompson’s exhibition events takes place next Thursday 17 August, 7pm, when Tavia Nyong’o, Professor of African American Studies, America Studies and Theatre Studies at Yale University, will join Luke Willis Thompson to discuss autoportrait. Please click here for more information.
This Thursday, 10 August, 7pm, Luke Willis Thompson will be at the Swiss Institute, New York, for an artist talk and screening of his recent work Cemetery of Uniforms and Liveries (2016), produced during his Chisenhale Gallery Create Residency (2016-17). For more information on this event, please click here.
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