Interruptions is a number of events, workshops and performances that intersects the Holden Gallery’s annual programme of exhibitions. The first series of Interruptions take place in January, and focuses around dealing with modes of projection in film, performance, audio and 16mm film. Each event takes place between 6 and 8pm, and are free and open to all.
Further details here.
Film screenings presented by Chris Paul Daniels
Installation and audio visual performance by Sam Meech and Raz Ullah (Performance starts 18:30)
Installation and A/V performance by K Craig (Performance starts 18:30)
Series of 16mm film installations by Jenny Baines
SIMEON BARCLAY: LIFE ROOM
8th February – 29th March 2019
Preview: Thursday 7th February 17:30 – 19:30
The Holden Gallery is delighted to present Simeon Barclay’s first solo exhibition in Manchester. Barclay – whose work operates at the intersection of contemporary art, fashion, music and popular culture – will present a survey of existing work alongside new work which will include a response to the historic collections at Manchester School of Art.
Barclay will produce new work in response to the North West Film Archive and the Slide Library at the Visual Resource Centre, both part of the Library Services Special Collections at Manchester Metropolitan University. The exhibition title Life Room was inspired by the film A Visit to An Art School, made in 1929 and based at Manchester School of Art, which is in the North West Film Archive.
Further details about Simeon Barclay: Life Room here.
Image credit: Simeon Barclay, Royal Flush, 2017
The Holden Gallery
Manchester School of Art, Grosvenor Building, Cavendish St, Manchester, M15 6BR