Discrete Positions (A Group Show of Some Huddersfield-based Artists) Opens with A Concert by the LCO Soloists

 

Opening Event: Monday 4th May 1.00pm for 1:30

Exhibition Continues: Monday 4th May – Friday 15th May

Unit 9 Gallery, Market Avenue (in the arcade), Huddersfield

(the photos included below look nothing at all like the work in the show and are in fact just snaps from our shared studio space, which is itself the physical and collective basis for this group exhibition)

photo courtesy of Charlotte Cullen


What is an assemblage? It is a multiplicity which is made up of many heterogeneous terms and which establishes liaisons, relations between them, across ages, sexes and reigns – different natures. Thus, the assemblage’s only unity is that of co-functioning: it is symbiosis, a ‘sympathy’. It is never filiations which are important, but alliances, alloys; these are not successions, lines of descent, but contagions, epidemics, the wind.

—Deleuze and Parnet

Discrete Positions presents an assemblage of Huddersfield-based artists working across different media including sculpture, site-specific installation, painting, drawing, sound art and performance who have come together through the shared space of NYA’s Huddersfield studio to present their individual works within the context of a collective exhibition. In doing so they will generate reflective exchanges, beginning a conversation between different concepts and practices and initiating critical dialogue across Huddersfield’s rich spectrum of artistic activities.

Featuring:

Kashika Ashley Cooper

Jorge Boehringer

Charlotte Cullen

Eleanor Cully

Beavan Flanagan

Dex Hannon

David Pocknee

photo courtesy of Dex Hannon

We are also very honored to have Soloists from the London Contemporary Orchestra performing a free concert at our opening event beginning at 1.30pm!!!

London Contemporary Orchestra Soloists draws together principal players from the London Contemporary Orchestra for intimate performances of contemporary chamber music. This performance will feature string players Galya Bisengalieva, Mira Benjamin, Robert Ames and Gregor Riddell as soloists and together in a string quartet. The performance will explore an eclectic mix of sounds and styles to complement the Discrete Positions art exhibition. www.lcorchestra.co.uk

Opening Event: Monday 4th May 1.00pm for 1:30

Exhibition Continues: Monday 4th May – Friday 15th May

Unit 9 Gallery, Market Avenue (in the arcade), Huddersfield

flaphook event page

here is a photograph of an actual light:

photo courtesy of Charlotte Cullen

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