June 2013 will see The Pleasure Centre bring together exhibitions at different venues across Leicester, including an exhibition selected from the collection of New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, newly commissioned contemporary art at Two Queens, The Great Central and Phoenix and a symposium at De Montfort University examining ideas around Pleasure. The exhibition at Two Queens hosts two London-based emerging artists, Hannah Perry and Daniel Swan:
Hannah Perry works mainly in installation, print and video, creating multimedia works which are part-sculpture, part-intervention. With a continuous practice of collecting and manipulating materials she develops a sprawling network of references carefully exploring personal memory in today’s hyper-technological society.
Recent exhibitions include; Heterotopias, New End Art Foundation, New York, NY
While It Lasts, Eastside Projects, Birmingham Open File, Spike Island, Bristol
Daniel Swan is a video artist interested in constructing narratives using modern objects and technologies as seen from the distorted viewpoints of imagined past and future societies.
Recent Exhibitions include; Young London, V22, London, Intel Remastered, One Marylebone, London, LuckyPDF TV, Barbican Centre, London.
Information about all aspects of Pleasure Centre can be found at: pleasurecentre.org
- 19/06/2013 6:00 pm
- 19/06/2013 - 06/07/2013