Archive for tag: Exhibition

IMPULSE TO… EXHIBITION Jillian Roberts + Emma Jane Whitton + Meg Ferguson + Joana Pereira + Katja Angeli 14th Nov to 4th Dec Private view 13th Nov 7pm at IC Visual Lab   Faded carpet, ceiling tiles, wood chipped walls and the building’s obsolete buttons give clues to the previous inhabitants office environment. Switches and florescent lighting create a gap between a loss of function and the idea of progress, like a photograph the building has stillness and a residue of a ...

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    NEVER APOLOGISE Group Exhibition Opening THU 9th July 2015 7pm Until 1st of August.   A group exhibition in line with Bristol Pride Week supported by Division of Labour. Based in Old Market, Bristol’s Gay Village, IC-Visual Lab is showing an exhibition of work supporting LGBT community during Bristol Pride Week. Working in partnership with Division of Labour, the exhibition will show works of Anthony Luvera, Stefan Ruiz, Sidnay Banks and Zanele Muholi. Exploring notions of identity and sexuality the works focus on ...

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A Trading Journey Exhibition by Alejandro Acin From 12th to 22nd of November Open 10am to 5pm Hosted in a shipping container outside M Shed Museum Cafe   What can you see if you go looking around the streets and markets of one of the world’s major ports, and how would you perceive them after working on digitising a vast archive of historical photographs of that same city? The port is Bristol’s twin city Guangzhou – Canton – the south China conurbation ...

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  THIS IS NOT A GALLERY Even though it has been a super busy 2014, here at IC-Visual Lab we still feel we have enough energy to think about projects for next year! So we have devised a new collaborative program: THIS IS NOT A GALLERY. It is an initiative where we would like to use our Bristol space to exhibit finalised projects, or those still in progress. We are aware that our space is not a proper gallery…. But ...

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Hi everybody, IC-Visual Lab is having a Summer break to prepare and plan the new season. There will be few changes in our organization and premises but we will keep our usual programme of events and workshops as it seems to be a demand for our visual experiments. We would like you to keep an eye on some opportunities happening this Summer out of our space:   Showing proportion of HMS c. 1915,unknown photographer © NationalMedia Museum, Bradford / SSPL   – PHOTOBOOK BRISTOL is ...

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