TRANSFUSE: Three weeks of sculpture at The Great Medical Disaster

Posted on 27 September 2017

Artists: Paul Bramley, Nicola Ellis, Alyson Olson, Polly du Cros

20 September – 11 October 2017

Four artists will take up residence at The Great Medical Disaster to make sculpture in response to the internal architecture of the space.

Developing a dialogue between each practice, they will discuss mutual motivations of process, materiality, Arte Povera and the Baroque.

You are welcome to view and discuss the works at the open event on Thursday 5 October 6.30 – 9.30pm or by appointment until 11/10/17.

TRANSFUSE: three weeks of sculpture at The Great Medical Disaster is supported by Castlefield Gallery’s New Art Spaces.

Venue: The Great Medical Disaster, Castlefield Gallery New Art Spaces: Great Northern Tower [Unit 3], Watson Street, Manchester M3 4EE

More on New Art Spaces:
Castlefield Gallery’s New Art Spaces is an initiative to create dynamic project spaces for artists, artist collectives and artist development agencies. Making use of temporarily vacant retail, office and light industrial units, New Art Spaces provides opportunities for emerging creatives to incubate their practices, produce work and showcase new art to local communities. Castlefield Gallery currently runs New Art Spaces in Bolton, Leigh, Rochdale and Manchester City Centre.

TRANSFUSE: three weeks of sculpture at The Great Medical Disaster is associated with Sculpture: a fabrication, Nicola Ellis’ current ACE funded research and development project produced by Mark Devereux Projects. For more information about the project, please follow the link below: