Book Launch: Mutter Physics Presented by Benjamin A. Owen and Kit Poulson

Image Credit: Mutter courtesy Kit Poulson

Spike Island Artspace, 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol, BS1 6UX

0117 9292266
admin@spikeisland.org.uk
www.spikeisland.org.uk

Thursday 12 April 2018
6.30-9pm
Booking recommended
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/book-launch-mutter-physics-tickets-44322672306

Artists, musicians and writers combine in an evening of performance to accompany the launch of Kit Poulson’s new book Mutter. The evening includes text and sound performance and visuals with artists Alex Baker, Bellies!, Libita Clayton, Claire Feeley, Rachael Finney, Samuel Hasler, Lizzie Lloyd, Wayne Lloyd, Benjamin A. Owen, Kit Poulson, Robin Stewart and UWE Fine Art students.

Presented by Benjamin A. Owen and Kit Poulson, hosted by Gavin Everall, Editor at Book Works. Benjamin A. Owen is a filmmaker whose work explores politics as it is played out in the everyday and in the commonplace. Although often working in film, his highly collaborative practice encompasses exhibition making, performing music and working in education. He has recently been artist in Residence in Cubitt community studios and in Amis, Germany. His film Goldfinch was commissioned by Exeter Phoenix. Kit Poulson Kit Poulson works with a variety of media, particularly painting, writing and sound. He likes the fuzzy edges of words, spoons and Ice Cream, which he uses as a metaphor for pretty much anything. He has recently shown work at Chelsea Space, Hauser and Wirth Somerset, Exeter Phoenix and Plymouth Arts Centre.

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