The two-month residency, which also includes Amy Feneck and Lady Lucy (who went to Plymouth University’s Exeter College of Art, back in the day) is intended to develop projects in response to the socially and historically rich context of Exeter’s West Quarter (where the gallery is located).
The artists will be facilitating collaborative encounters (as opposed to uncollaborative ones) and conversations with people who live in Fore Street and the surrounding area.
While the artists take up their residency (from now until Saturday, April 24) the Spacex will be closed, and will re-open (we’re sure) with a thrilling public exhibition and a week long series of artist-led events, taking place from Saturday, April 24 to Saturday, May 1.
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