Artist Talk- Monica Bonomo (Exchange)

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Aspex Gallery PO1 3BF

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Friday 05 July 2019 – Sunday 22 September 2019
01/09/2019 at 14.00hrs
Opening Hours: 11.00am - 16.00pm
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Join artist Monica Bonomo for a talk and discussion revealing her creative processes, past projects and ambitions for Exchange summer commission.

For our 2019 summer programme Aspex has commissioned three artists to create new artwork in response to the theme of ‘Exchange’ and all of its potential meanings.

From July - September 2019 we invite you to explore the exchange of skills, knowledge and experiences; ownership and the trading of items, as well as currency and value.

Take part in one of our many exhibitions, creative workshops and events - working alongside our commissioned artists: Rhiannon Armstrong, Monica Bonomo and Susan Stockwell.

These activities will inform the development of the commissioned artworks, created through a series of artist residencies at the gallery.

Events and activities are being held at the gallery in Gunwharf Quays, as well as locations throughout the city, including Victorious Festival on Southsea Common.

CLICK HERE to view our full programme. You can also join the conversation by using the hashtag #ExchangePortsmouth on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Exchange is generously supported by Canoe Lake Leisure, Gunwharf Quays, The Faculty of Creative & Cultural Industries at The University of Portsmouth, The Partnership Foundation and Victorious Festival. This project has been developed in association with the INTERREG EU funded project PONToon which centres community development, social/economic inclusion and equality.

 

 

 

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