Landscape : Islands Saturday October 8th 6-9pm


Landscape : Islands: An exploration in contemporary ceramics and sound

Landscape : Islands is a unique collaborative project exploring the intersection between sound art and ceramic practice. A one-off performance event at Dover Arts Development (DAD) project space, co-produced with 51 Zero, marks the culmination of a 14 month long project that started in the Shetland Isles with a collaboration between sound artist Joseph Young and ceramist Kay Aplin.

The evening will showcase a temporary exhibition of In A Shetland Landscape, performances from Joseph Young and Ingrid Plum and artist talks.

Venue: DAD Project Space, 67 Astley Avenue, Dover, CT16 2PW
When: Saturday 8 October 2016   6-9 pm

Visiting Information: The event is free. Welcome refreshments. No disabled access. Due to building work in the yard, visitors arriving by car are advised to park near the allotments through the railway bridge at the end of Astley Avenue or on the street. Walking distance from Dover Priory train station: 22min via A256.

Landscape : Islands has been made possible with the generous support of Arts Council England, Phoenix Brighton, and the University of Brighton.