In Conversation: Libita Clayton and Robert Leckie

Spike Island, 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol BS1 6UX

01179292266
[email protected]
https://www.spikeisland.org.uk/programme/events/in-conversation-libita-clayton/

Thursday 25 July 2019
18:30-20:00
Admission Fee: £5, £3 concessions (free for Spike Associates)
Booking essential
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Libita Clayton discusses the themes of her exhibition, including diasporic migration, mining, and sonic archaeology, with Spike Island director Robert Leckie.
 
Libita Clayton is a British-Namibian artist who works across sound and performance. She also organises workshops and discursive events developed in partnership with DIY organisations, broadcasters and publishers. Recent exhibitions and performances include: Quantum Ghost, Gasworks, London; 4717, RCA/LUX, Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, London; Memento Mori, Kalashnikovv 3.0, Johannesburg (all 2018); DEBUNK, Arnolfini, Bristol; History Lessons: Fluid Records, South London Gallery/Iniva, London; Going Along Without a Body, Iklectik, London; Lexis Over Land—Towards a Feminist Geography, Tremenheere Sculpture Gallery, Cornwall (all 2017). Her work was included in the Diaspora Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale, 2017.

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