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Vegetarian Shabbat Chanukah lunch with artist and member, Jyll Bradley, in conversation with art historian, Keziah Goudsmit

December 8 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

£10 – £21

As it is the festival of lights, Jyll will be discussing her work with ‘light’.

Jyll Bradley’s installations, drawings and sculptures draw upon the potential of light as both metaphor and material. Her most recent work reflects her interest in the structures we build to capture light for plant growth. ‘Dutch/Light (for Agneta Block)’ 2017, at Turner Contemporary, Margate, drew upon early glasshouse technology, whilst ‘Green/Light (for M.R’) 2014, commissioned for Folkestone Triennial was based upon traditional hop garden design. Jyll will be in conversation with Keziah Goudsmit, Manager, Frieze Studios. N.B. There will be no slide show, but plenty of exciting visual material.

‘Green/Light (for M.R)’, 2014. Commissioned by The Folkestone Triennial. Photo: Thierry Bal

Jyll studied at Goldsmiths College (1985–88) and The Slade (1991–3). Since the early 1990s she has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally including: The British Art Show, Hayward Gallery, London (1990); Museo De Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia (2004); Vitamin Creative Space, Guangzhou, China (2004); Arnolfini, Bristol, (2005); the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool (2008); Newlyn Art Gallery (The Exchange), Penzance (2010); the Bluecoat, Liverpool (2011); The National Library of Australia (2013); The Drawing Room, London (2015 and 2017); New Art Centre, Roche Court (2017); Sculpture in the City (2018). Her work is held in numerous private and public collections including the Government Art Collection, UK; the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool and the National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Jyll has also written extensively for BBC Radio 4. Her credits include the first radio dramatisation of Kate Chopin’s banned novel ‘The Awakening’ and the original drama ‘Filet de Sole Veronique’ winner of the European Broadcasting Award for Best Script.

Minimum donation £18 members, £21 non-members, £15 children aged 13-18, £10 children under 13

Booking closes Monday 3 December

‘Opening the Air’, 2018, commissioned by Sculpture in the City, London. Photo: Nick Turpin

Details

Date:
December 8
Time:
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Cost:
£10 – £21

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Members£18.00

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Non-members£21.00

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Children 13-18yrs£15.00

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80 available
Children under 13£10.00

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