Centre of Gravity Exhibition
This October, the Grade-II listed Soapworks building in Old Market will become home to more than 60 Bristol artists in a celebration of the city’s vibrant contemporary art scene.
Taking place between 2 October and 1 November, Centre of Gravity – a collaboration between the arts collective of the same name and First Base, owner of the Soapworks site - will display work which navigates the challenges posed by our new reality in an exciting month-long programme of visual arts, performance, talks and events.
The exhibition will bring together major and established contemporary artists in Bristol and it aims to create a network of support for artists, collectives, producers and curators.
The full line up:
138 Young Persons Collective, Jessica Akerman, Alejandro Acin & Garry Loughlin, David Alesworth, BEEF, Bristol Artist-Led Forum, Frea Buckler, Heath Bunting, Tim Knowles, Jo Lathwood, Tom Sowden, Caraboo Projects, Ian Chamberlain, Chris Cornish, Simone Einfalt & Alex Tabrizi, Dawn Giles, Young In Hong, Tessa Jackson, Neville Gabie, Jeremy Wafer, Wood & Harrison, Latch, Philippa Lawrence, Robert Luzar, Andrew Mania & Annabel Other, Rhys Morgan, Huma Mulji, Sarah Rhys, Carol Laidler, Mariele Neudecker, John O'Connor, Ben Parry, Lia Mazzari, Rising Arts Agency, Mark Samsworth, Helen Grant, Julian Claxton, Space Place Practice, Andrew Southall, Emma Stibbon, Celia Turley, Veronica Vickery
Centre of Gravity is being designed to ensure all visitors are able to keep to social distancing guidelines and feel safe while enjoying the art on display.
The exhibition is free to all visitors
Wednesdays & Thursdays: 2:00pm - 6:00pm
Fridays: 2:00pm - 7:00pm
Saturdays: 12:00am - 7:00pm
Sundays: 12:00am - 5:00pm
The Soapworks, New Thomas Street, Broad Plain, Bristol BS2 0FQ
Sun 1 Nov