Veronica Vickery is an artist and researcher. Working across media from performance, to painting and the digital, she is interested in the complexities of our relationships to a changing and often conflictual world, to the eventful meetings at borders and boundaries - between people and things, water and rocks, land and sea, deep-in-time Earth processes and in-the-moment traumatic events of landscaping.
A performative unfolding of practice. The event will take the form of a performative installation, and will include work produced through movements between site, performance and drawing/painting practice, often mediated through digital technology. The event is presented as part of Veronica Vickery’s ongoing research process, rather than an exhibition of finished work; it will include an opportunity for discussion and feedback.
The first part of the evening starts at 6.30, finishing about 7.30. It will take the form of a performative unfolding of practice/talk followed by discussion. Places are limited for this part of the evening to 16 - so please book via Eventbrite (free).
Then from 7.30 to late you are invited to a viewing & gathering to celebrate getting to the final stages of my PhD… Open to all, no booking needed. Donations please for drinks (or bring your own!).