Graham Dunning: The Rea Garden artist in residence
An excavation of sound.
Launch night: Friday 17th September 6 – 9 pm
Open daily Saturday 18th September – Sunday 3rd October 11am – 4 pm.
The Rea Garden, 1-8 Floodgate Street, Digbeth, Birmingham B5 5ST
During his stay at The Rea Garden, the talented experimental sound artist Graham Dunning has deeply explored processes of excavation, cataloging and re-ordering of artifacts found on site to create improvised sound pieces. Together with the ‘Visitor Centre’ presents these sound pieces alongside the evidence of his excavation.
If you want to know more about Grahams work click the links below. The Rea Garden Residency programme is supported by the Arts Council England and The National Lottery.
Not only has Graham got this fantastic presentation but he has also released a new piece of work also created while a resident at the garden. his new piece ‘Three Artifacts’ on display at Solihull Gallery:
‘A Site of no special interest’:
A brief history so far of The Rea Garden artist project space.
G1 exhibition space, Solihull Arts Complex, Library Square Homer Road. Solihull.
B91 3RG. Thursday 9th September – Thursday 9th October 2010.