Friday 3 May, Grand Union, Exhibition: On the Subject of Precarity, 6–8pm

Exhibition: On the Subject of Precarity

Grand Union

Unit 19, Minerva Works, Fazeley Street, Digbeth, B5 5RS

6–8pm

The term precarity – a state of perpetual instability – seems to be especially pertinent within the current moment. On the Subject of Precarity is a group exhibition with artists Betsy Bradley, Gareth Proskourine-Barnett and Rafal Zajko who collectively engage with shifting architectures through a focus on materiality, the significance of the fragment, and a fluctuating relationship to place.

Curated by MA Art History and Curating students at the University of Birmingham in association with Grand Union, join us for the opening on DFF in May, where visitors are invited to watch the deconstruction of Rafal Zajko’s ice sculpture – a performance piece which explores ideas surrounding instability.

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