Join us for an evening of art, performance, drinks and thought-provoking discourse on the opening night of Future Knowledge, a new exhibition that explores the role of visual culture in raising awareness about climate change.
5 – 6pm Future Knowledge: artists’ panel discussion – SOLD OUT
Future Knowledge artists Tania Kovats, Eline McGeorge and Rachel Sussman will introduce their work and discuss the wider role that arts and culture can play to change perspectives about climate change.
Booking essential via the panel discussion events page. Book now.
6.30 – 7pm loop by Eve Mutso – SOLD OUT
In her spectacular live performance suspended from the gallery ceiling, dancer and choreographer Eve Mutso will dip her pointe shoes in graphite powder and dance across a canvas, representing the physical mark one individual can make on the world.
7 – 9pm Future Knowledge Preview Party
With the galleries open until 9pm, see the exhibition before it opens to the public and treat yourself to a special homemade cocktail from the Café Bar team at BRICK.
Free, booking essential. Book below.
During the evening, there will be screenings of the environmentally-themed film trilogy, Going Nowhere, produced by artist Simon Faithfull. This will be accompanied by a music playlist selected by Faithfull inspired by the theme of walking, which will play in the Café Bar BRICK throughout the evening. Read more about the Simon Faithfull’s film series, Going Nowhere here.
Please note that the galleries will be open to all from 7pm. Only ticket holders for our 5pm artists’ panel discussion and 6.30pm Eve Mutso performance will be able to view the exhibition before this time. Preview Party guests are very welcome to turn up earlier to enjoy a drink in our Café Bar!
Book tickets for the Future Knowledge: artists’ panel discussion here.
Read more about Future Knowledge here.