Pressure Cooker Soup PtVI: Tereza Buskova – One who hears the cries of the world

5:30pm - 8pm


Image shows a duotone picture of woven traditional Czech bread, surrounded by willow. In the background is dappled sunlight on floral paper.

Soup ptVI Artist Residency and Development Programme, is the new iteration of the established Soup residency programme, providing a combined approach to the growth of local artistic talent, in partnership with Asylum Gallery, Wolverhampton.

For July’s chapter in the recipe book, we are joined by mid career artist Tereza Buskova. Accompanying the show is a critical text by London based independent curator Dr Nicola Baird.

Referencing in its title a Buddhist deity whose name, Guan Yin, translates into English as the ‘one who hears the cries of the world’, Bušková’s magical and multidisciplinary exhibition encompasses protective patterns, symbolic sand pouring, willow-framed and free-form bread-based installations and a series of black and white monotype prints as well as collectively made insignia, costumes and films.

This promises to be an amazing experience that will tantalise the mind, the belly and the heart!

There will be an artists talk from 5:30pm prior to the private view. Tickets are free, see link below.

The show will be open until 22/7/23, Wednesdays – Saturdays 12-4, Sunday – Tuesday by appointment.



Unit 13, Minerva Works
Fazeley Street
B5 5RS