Monday, 10 October 2011

Creative Machines, Minimalist Sculpture

Creative Machines, Minimalist Sculpture


Launch night 21st October 2011 5 - 9pm 

Open daily 22nd – 30th October 2011 12 - 5pm

Curzon Street Station, Curzon Street, Birmingham

Artists include: Wayne Chisnall, Stephen Cornford, Jamie Jackson, Markus Kayser, Rob Mullender, Alex Pearl, Ben Rowe, Martin Sexton, Laura Skinner, Minnie Weisz, Luke Williams and Adam Zoltowski

Curated by Charlie Levine of TROVE and Minnie Weisz of Minnie Weisz Studio

Birmingham Contemporary Art Forum is delighted to announce it will be hosting The Event’s third bi-annual visual art festival from 21 – 30 October 2011. As part of The Event 2011, TROVE will be presenting a group exhibition curated by Director Charlie Levine with Minnie Weisz Studio, London. Creative Machines, Minimalist Sculpture brings together a combination of Heath Robinson*-esque machines to 2D dreams of machines.
The show will cross sound, film and object/sculpture all based around the narrative of ‘Creative Machines’ and minimalist sculpture – a look into pure machines meets pure minimalism.
TROVE is an independent contemporary art gallery located in Birmingham programmed monthly by its director, curator Charlie Levine. Since its launch in October 2009 TROVE has shown artists from all around the world from all different stages in their careers in heritage sites around the city. This is the second exhibition TROVE have curated with Minnie Weisz, artist and curator of Minnie Weisz Studio, London.

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