Mariana Castillo Deball's exhibition What we caught we threw away, what we didn't catch we kept is now closed. Click here to see images and to listen to her 'in conversation' about the exhibition.
This week we start installing our next exhibition, Broken Hill, by Bangkok based artist Pratchaya Phinthong. Join us for the exhibition opening on Thursday 25 July from 6:30 to 8:30pm.
Broken Hill explores the status of the replica ‘Broken Hill’ skull in the collection of the Lusaka National Museum, Zambia and the displacement of the original to the Natural History Museum in London, examining how historical narratives are performed through objects. For more information about the show please click here.
On Saturday 27 July Cara Tolmie presents Otiumfold, a performance taking place in Victoria Park. Tolmie performs alongside a group of participants carrying out a series of choreographed and semi-improvised actions in response to the landscape of the park. Otiumfold is produced as part of Cara Tolmie’s year-long Chisenhale Gallery Neighbourhood Residency, in partnership with Tower Hamlets Parks and Open Spaces Department. Free to attend from 5 - 8pm, for more information please click here.
On Tuesday 30 July, to co-incide with Pratchaya Phinthong's exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery, the ICA presents a film screening selected by Phinthong followed by a discussion, as part of their Artists' Film Club season. For more information and to book a ticket please visit the ICA's website, here.
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