“The Land of I” Art Exhibition
Introducing “The Land of I” Art Exhibition, curated by Wycombe Arts Centre’s Tabitha Gunstone-Pollock.
“The Land of I” art exhibition, as part of Hybrid Festival, features work by talented local artists exploring their relationship to home, whether past or present or during lockdown, as well as cultural identity, diaspora and the artist as an individual.
The exhibition headliners include Rob Corcoran an international film maker, who will be showcasing his work “Shampoo” and his live performance, “You Have Half a Second to Impress Me”, as well as performances by artists Zoe Partington and Kate Lawrence. This is an opportunity to see thought-provoking artwork and take photographs in an immersive installation.
Exhibiting artists include:
- Viviana Fernandez Molinares
- Ruth Gunstone
- Ruth October
- Jazmin Sheba Parsons
- Thomas Aslam Ali Peddle-James
- Soma Prince
- Ed Raybould
This event takes place as part of wider Hybrid Festival programming from 6th – 21st August 2021 by Signdance Collective in association with Wycombe Arts Centre.
The Hybrid Festival public engagement project is an in-person/post-lockdown event promoting creativity, confidence, unity and a sense of belonging. Highlights include Signdance Collective’s work-in-progress Oriente Plus, in-person and remote creative engagement opportunities at Islands workshops, “The Land of I” exhibition curated by Tabitha Gunstone-Pollock and MACA Nights in memory of Lionel Macauley.
About Rob Corcoran
Rob is a filmmaker and creative producer from Wrexham, North Wales. He’s the founder of production company 73 Degree Films and has produced numerous film, arts and community projects. He’s currently a member of the BFI NETWORK x BAFTA Crew.
About Kate Lawrence
Kate Lawrence’s passion for rock climbing has led her to develop a pioneering practice: vertical dance. She is a recognised expert in this field, receiving invitations to teach all over the world and commissions to create and present choreography at iconic buildings.
About Zoe Partington
Zoe Partington is director at Dis/Ordinary architecture and an international consultant and speaker on disability art, heritage art and architecture in relation to inclusion and accessibility.