Jamie Fitzpatrick will give a talk on his practice and his current exhibition at VITRINE, (loudly) chomp, chomp, chomp with curator Chris Bayley.
Performance/Reading at 1.45pm
By bringing elements of mechanics and undermining the permanence of figurative sculpture, the works lend themselves to a narrative and the theatrical. Influenced by absurdist theatre, in particular Samuel Beckett and the satire of 16th century French playwright Molière; Fitzpatrick has devised a short three-part play (the horse, the king and the nurse) considering transgression and rebellion. Two actors have been invited to perform a reading of this play across Bermondsey Square.
‘Make & Take’ for Families, Stall at Farmers Market. Between 11am-1pm.
Families are invited to join VITRINE before the talk for our ‘Make & Take’ stall at Bermondsey Square Farmers Market, delivered by professional arts educator Claire Cooke in response to Fitzpatrick’s exhibition (loudly) chomp, chomp, chomp.
Bermondsey Square Farmers Market will run 10am-2.30pm – for drinks, food and organic shopping!
Thanks to Caludia Behr Carlsen and Thomas Whitcomb.
Sponsored by Arts Council England.