Image by Stephen Iles
Quays Culture and the University of Salford are delighted to present these thrilling FREE artists' talks as part of our Future City series from both established international artists Ray Lee and Simon Faithfull, as well as talented local emerging artist Liz West. Artists, students and enthusiasts alike are invited to come along to discuss the various inspirations and themes within the artists' practice and learn more about the artworks they're presenting as part of Future City within the intimate surroundings of the University's conference suite.
All talks are FREE however numbers are limited so come early for a seat!
The University of Salford is a few minutes walk from the Media City UK tram stop. Directions can be found here. The entrance is on the left hand side of the building after Damson restaurant.
Thursday 10 April
5:30pm until 6:30pm
3rd Floor conference room, University of Salford, Media City UK Campus
Liz West is an Associate Member of Mark Devereux Projects and her practice evolves from a response to the psychology of space and colour, utilising the two in a way that is deeply rooted in colour theory and draws parallels with the concept of synaesthesia. Working on a scale and intensity that impacts upon the gallery space, West is deeply influenced by the process of collecting. Her work specifically relates to the desire to gather and assemble objects making subtle or intriguing forms matched by a painter?s sensibility in the use of colour and light.