Saturday 7 March, 7pm
Join us on 7 March 2020, 7PM at Maison Touchard for a new durational sound-work by David Walker Kennedy, collated from false memories, stolen ideas and forgotten conversations.
‘I’VE GOT THE POX’ is driven by confusion, fear and desire, and the power of time to reframe everything. The longer the better; because being forgetful is powerful. Drawing from Kennedy’s research gathered over a month at the 57th Venice Biennale, the work is part of a larger exploration into the potential of sound to oppose the increasing speed of the artistic experience.
Event is free but please RSVP due to limited capacity.
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David Walker Kennedy (b. 1996, Glasgow) is an interdisciplinary artist based in Glasgow. Graduating from Painting & Printmaking at the Glasgow School of Art in 2017 and selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries in 2017, Kennedy has since exhibited individually and with collective Still House Plants notably at Empty Gallery, Hong Kong,(2019) Hyperlocal, Buenos Aires (2019), De Player, Rotterdam (2019), KRAAK, Brussels(2018) and The Modern Institute, Glasgow (2018). Kennedy is one of the featured artists with Still House Plants for Counterflows festival, Glasgow (2020) and was recently a recipient of the OTO Projects UK artist residency supported by the Jerwood Foundation, Cafe OTO, London (2019). Other residencies include the Venice Steward-research Fellowship (2019), CCA/AC Projects music residency, Glasgow (2018) and Pipe Factory residency, Glasgow (2017)