Quay Arts’ Open 2015 winner Joanna Kori, presents an exhibition of six tableaux, forming a response to previous and current uses of the Quay Arts building.
Constructed from gum-strip paper and linseed oil, see the history of Quay Arts come alive in the gallery through theatrical suspensions and digital intervention; the pigeons, the beer barrels, the food and the music, all representing a romantic vision of the past, present and future.
QR CODES & MOBILE PHONES:
QR codes are installed in the gallery and can be scanned via a smart phone – giving you access online to snippets of video, animation and soundscapes, all relating to the installations in the exhibition. We would advise downloading the following free QR code scanner app to your mobile phone to access the online content:
Once the app is downloaded to your phone you can use it to interact with the installations in the West Gallery. Just hold your phone over the QR codes on the wall and scan it with the QR app to access an array on online content created by Joanna Kori.
The soundscapes accessed via the QR codes in the exhibition have been created by music students at Medina College.
Alternatively, you can visit Joanna Kori’s website to access all of the online content: http://joannakori.com/future-recollections-exhibition-movies
Click here to download the free Exhibition Guide.
Opening event: Sat 21st January 1 – 3pm, all welcome, free.
Continues until Saturday 1st April 2017.
West Gallery opening times: Mon – Sat 10am – 5pm, free.
Related events and activities:
And a beer festival in early March! More related events and activities soon to be announced! Watch this space!