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Past, What's On > Open Out – Alice Gale-Feeny, David McLeavey, Oliver Tirre

Open Out – Alice Gale-Feeny, David McLeavey, Oliver Tirre

Three Artists talk about making work and presenting the work of others.

David McLeavy is an artist, writer and curator based in Sheffield recent solo exhibitions include Try to trust me, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun, Leeds, Funhaus, Toast, Manchester, Villa, South Square Gallery, Bradford and The Result of a Concrete Apple, Supercollider Contemporary Art Projects, Blackpool. Recent group exhibitions include Business As Usual, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun, Leeds, Three Act Structure, S1 Artspace, Sheffield, Our Times, Mexico Projectspace, Leeds and Lounger, Mathews Yard, Croydon. McLeavy is also the Co-Director of Picnic Picnic and the Founder and Editor of the website YAC | Young Artists in Conversation.

Founder & Editor of YAC | Young Artists in Conversation
www.youngartistsinconversation.co.uk

Co-Director of Picnic Picnic
www.picnicpicnic.org

Alice Gale-Feeny (b. 1989 Brighton) lives and works in Nottingham and is a member of One Thoresby
Street. 2009-2012 Nottingham Trent University BA Fine Art. Current projects include: Ground: co-curated with Oliver Tirre, ATTIC, One Thoresby Street, Nottingham, supported by Arts Council England, 2015; Sunscreen (online project curated by Candice Jacobs), EM15 at La Biennale di Venezia, 2015; The Drawing Board Residency (curated by Michael Pinchbeck), Primary, Nottingham, 2015. Forthcoming projects include: STORE Residency, London, 2015; OTS/S1 Partnership (written contributions alongside David McLeavy and Lucy Vann), One Thoresby Street, Nottingham, 2015. Past projects include: ’Playing with Space’ (touring screening curated by Lawrence Bradby), Live Art Development Agency, London, Firstsite, Colchester and Norwich Arts Centre, 2015; ‘HairWashCarWash’ (solo project), Two Queens Gallery, Leicester, supported by Arts Council England, 2014; ‘Appropriate Response – New Artist Moving Image’ screening, Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2014. Alice has written for This is Tomorrow, 2014-15; and Nottingham Visual Arts,
2012-13.

www.alicegale-feeny.com

Oliver Tirre (b, 1989. Warwickshire) lives in Nottingham. Member of One Thoresby Street 2009-2012 Nottingham Trent University BA Fine Art. Forthcoming shows and projects include; Ground: a curatorial project with Alice Gale- Feeny, Attic, Nottingham, supported by Arts Council England, both 2015. Recent exhibitions and projects include; Forming Thoughts – alongside Neil Dixon and Natalie Finnemore, One Thoresby Street, Nottingham, 2015; Ground: (1) Paul Housley and John Smith, Attic, Nottingham, 2015. SMALL Rome, Frutta Gallery, Italy, 2014; Vivarium, Model, Liverpool, 2014; Residency at Summer Lodge, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, 2014; Residency and Exhibition at Hotel MariaKapel, Holland, 2014; Exeter Contemporary Open, Exeter Phoenix, Exeter, 2013; Alignment, Backlit, Nottingham 2013; ‘The Reading Room’ – discussing Rhizomes in philosophy and contemporary art practice, Syson Gallery, Nottingham, 2013; Residency at Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China, 2011.

www.olivertirre.com

Tuesday 2nd June, 2015, 6.30pm-8.00pm
£2 Entry
Event is free Two Queens Members