Taking place at the end of each month, our free feedback sessions are a chance to get feedback on your work from a practicing artist in a supportive and friendly environment. All kinds of creative work are welcome.
November’s feedback session will be led by artists Krystle Patel and Liam Jolly.
This workshop is open to all but booking is essential, as spaces are limited. There are five slots available for showing work, but all are welcome to join in the discussion. For those showing work, please send through images or links you would like to share to: email@example.com by Thursday 11 November 2021.
If you have any access needs that you would like to discuss with us in advance of the session, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
How do our tickets work?
For our workshops & events we offer the majority of tickets free and then offer donations-based tickets after that. Free tickets go fast! We’d encourage you to book a donations-based ticket if you’re able to, to leave as many free tickets as possible available for those who could most benefit from them. Donations tickets can be as little as £1. You can join the session in-person or remotely – just let us know how you will attend when you sign up.
About Krystle Patel:
Krystle works across sculpture, painting, textile and sound to create installations and moving image works that investigate the body as site. Relationships are explored through the mutability of language, sound and colour. The complexity of skins and membranes as protective barriers but equally sites of controlled communication are recurrent themes in her work and continue to guide her research into the digestion of pain and its impact on the body. Krystle is a London based Asian artist born in Texas in the US. Her first degree was in Dentistry and she continues to work part time whilst participating on the MFA programme at Goldsmith’s University. She has exhibited in London and around the UK as well as in online exhibitions with Shrine gallery in New York. She has recently shown collaborative works in the 2021 edition of Deptford X and has an upcoming exhibition with The Florence Trust. Krystle has a monthly radio show with Aaja music, exploring the sound aspects of her work and has been selected for this year’s Bloomberg New Contemporaries.
About Liam Jolly:
Liam Jolly is a multidisciplinary artist and musician based in Redruth, Cornwall. He is interested in when something is considered to be an artwork and when it is not, where the audience experience of it starts and ends and how by blurring these boundaries can affect meaning. His works in paint, film, sound, performance and public intervention attempt to balance in this space where one thing, becomes another. Recent exhibitions, awards and residencies include Antibodies, Make Tank, Exeter; Your Foot in my Face and other Tectonic Strategies, Kingsgate Project Space, London. 2021; Where is the Way to Arcadia? in So the Red Rose, Tyman & Webster, Arkadien festival, Ebersberg Kunstverein, Germany. 2021; Synethesia, Online Project 2020, Amen Brother, Exeter Phoenix Artists Moving Image Commission 2018; Structures, Newlyn Art Gallery; between us, Back Lane West, Redruth 2017; The Cornwall Workshop led by Christina Mackie, 2017.
Image 1: Liam Jolly, Angel Voices Spray paint, acrylic and digital print on canvas, 91cm x 196cm. 2020
Image 2: Liam Jolly, The Buskers (Blister in the Sun) 30 minute performance, 2016
Image 3: Liam Jolly, between us, installation view. 2017
Image 4: Krystle Patel, Paradise 2020, Digital Photograph, 59.4 cm x 42cm, 2020
Image 5: Krystle Patel, It Must Be Real, It’s On TV, Cotton, Gold Lamé, LED lights, Moving Image projection 2:22 min, 2021
Image 6: Krystle Patel, Just Not My Type Of People, Acrylic and Oil on Unstretched Canvas, 2m x 1.6m, 2021