'The Fold’ opens a series of talks and exhibitions in Project Space
A new public programme at the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies will open with a video installation from Turner Prize winning artist, and Leeds alumna, Elizabeth Price.
The Fold presents five artists connected to the Fine Art PhD past and present each exploring different materialisations of thought as well as the formal qualities of display itself.
Organised by Sam Belinfante from the Centre for Audio Visual Experimentation (CAVE), The Fold will open with an extraordinary video installation from Turner Prize winning artist, and Leeds alumna, Elizabeth Price in our new Project Space. The Tent opens on 7 February and forms part of a series of events to celebrate the new building for the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies. See here for more information
Other artists in the series include Bethan Hughes, Claire Hope, Patrick Ward and Sarah Kate Wilson.
Sam Belinfante, University Academic Fellow in Fine Art and Curatorial Practice, said:
I am thrilled to present the first programme of exhibitions and talks in our new Project Space. This new multi-purpose space, designed for the development of curatorial practice and visiting exhibitions, sits at the core of the Schools new building.
We look forward to hosting Elizabeth Prices narrative video, The Tent, to coincide with next weeks events to celebrate the official opening of the Schools new home on University Road.Posted in: University news