Public Lecture: Journeys of Lactic Abstraction by Melanie Jackson

Image Credit: Production still from Melanie Jackson, Deeper in the Pyramid, forthcoming in 2018.

Lecture Theatre, University Centre Somerset, Wellington Road, Taunton, TA1 5AX

01458253800
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Thursday 09 November 2017
6.00pm to 7.30pm
Admission Fee: £3 / Free for SAW Members & Students
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Melanie Jackson is an artist with a wide practice whose work includes sculpture, moving image and the printed word. She is currently investigating the relationships between nature and technology through a series of experiments with fauna and flora, and the technologies available to her. She is currently working towards a solo exhibition and publication Deeper in the Pyramid in 2018. The latest writing related to her research is published at Cabinet Magazine http://cabinetmagazine.org/issues/62/jackson_leslie.php

Melanie Jackson is based in London and represented by Matt’s Gallery. Recent solo exhibitions in London include “The Urpflanze (Part 1)” and “The Urpflanze (Part 2)” at Drawing Room and Flat Time House, respectively. She currently working in collaboration with Esther Leslie, their forthcoming book Deeper in the Pyramid, which will be launched at their exhibition of the same name at Grand Union, Birmingham, in spring 2018. 

Ticket: £3 / Free for SAW Members and students

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