About this Event
HinterWater brings together poet Nick Allen from West Yorkshire investigating the concept of ‘confluence’, Myles Linley from York who creates visceral charcoal drawings and paintings in the tradition of the 19th century; Adele Howitt, Ceramic Artist and owner of Studio Eleven, who investigates the concept of living landscape, identity & post – industrial sites; Wai Wan, sound artist, researcher and music producer who investigates conceits of nostalgia, within environment and landscape.
HinterWater suggests the geography, which poses an interesting question concerning globalisation and the environment within an isolated part of the UK. Our intention is explore the Humber environment and its history within the context of change without traditional boundaries. A fresh history and a fresh experience of the post – industrial landscape with this new collaboration of mixing sound, drawing, clay, and poetry.
The performance combines the sound–scape by Wai Wan with poetry readings from Nick Allen within the installation at the Studio Eleven Gallery.
2.30pm – 2.45pm: Performance.
2.45pm – 5pm: Meet the Artists and enjoy refreshments.
Capacity is limited to 25 people (standing).
The HinterWater exhibition continues until 31st October 2019 at Studio Eleven Gallery, 12 Humber Street, Fruitmarket, Hull HU1 1TG. Open Wednesday – Sunday, 11am – 4pm.