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Frequency 2019 Programme

PARA/SITE

 

PARA/SITE, ROBIN WILLIAMSON AND GEORGIA PREECE

Fri 25 October

Time: 6pm-8pm

Location: Old Lakelands Building

4 Station Street, 1 St Marks Retail Park, LN5 7EY 

PARA/SITE is a pop-up show featuring a live, constantly changing collage of moving image, sound and sculpture.

Four artists will present their work in a one night show that revolves around the theme of interaction and interference. The course of the event is left to intuition, as the artists will interact and interfere with one another throughout the duration of the evening.

About the artists

Robin Williamson and Georgia Preece have been awarded the New Talent Bursary, with which they have produced PARA/SITE on behalf of Frequency 2019.

Robin Williamson

As an artist Robin Williamson’s work includes moving sculpture and etchings, directed by an interest in interaction and interference. He creates work that has the ability to change and adapt, using interaction and site specifically to direct the behaviour of the moving sculpture. Etching plates are used to document these movements. Robin is exhibiting at Frequency 2019 at St. Martins Gallery with Continuity with Nadya Monfrinoli .

@robinwilliamsonart

Georgia Preece

Georgia Preece is a research artist whose work engages in themes of social, political and environmental unrest.

@gapinthelens

Joshua Neal Clack

Joshua Neal Clack is an installation artist based in Leeds. Clack’s interests are in re-presenting archived objects and footage in a new manner to see how audiences react to seeing previously known information in a dissimilar environment.

@joshuanealclack

Corrupt_Vision

Corrupt_Vision is a digital Glitch artist based in York. Their predominant focus is set on how we view the digital with an aim to subvert against the popular and accepted forms of this medium.

@corrupt_vision

Oliver Ventress

Oliver Ventress is a conceptual video/ document artist. Often working with analogue video monitors and installation, he is primarily concerned with ideas of ‘Being as a Medium’, isolation in a landscape and pursuits to find ‘unknowns’.

@oliverventress