The Searchers – Visual Artists
An exhibition of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography & film.
With an accompanying essay by Lizzie Lloyd, ‘Iteration through Intuition’
8 artists present new work suggesting very different individual propositions.
The Searchers began as a one year pop up gallery project in Bristol in 2012. After eleven curated shows they moved on from the gallery space at St Michaels Hill and are now a roaming group of artists, who support and challenge each other in their individual practices, with studio visits, shared experiences and critical discussion.
Artists’ Talking, Saturday September 20 @ 2pm (RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org)
An informal conversation with the artists led by Lizzie Lloyd
With Tea & Cake – £3.00 donation
Lizzie Lloyd is a doctoral researcher at the University of Bristol working on Subjectivity and Writing Art Histories. She is a translator and has worked on books about Vanessa Bell and Virginia Woolf. More recently she co-translated ‘Thought Thinking: Studies in the Philosophy of Giovanni Gentile’ which is forthcoming as a special double issue of the Collingwood and British Idealism Studies and as a free standing book (2015). She is a freelance art writer, writing commissioned essays to accompany contemporary exhibitions. In 2012 she co-founded (and continues to co-convene) Art Writing Writing Art (http://artwritingwritingart.tumblr.com) an active research cluster based at the University of Bristol which focusses on the overlapping intersections between art writing and art history. http://lizzielloyd.tumblr.com