Northern Lights, Cains Brewery Village, Liverpool, L8, 31 March to 13 May
The Royal Standard presents And Yet It Moves, an exhibition on sculpture in motion featuring works by Beata Wrobel, Callum Johnstone, Charlie Cook, MollyMae Whawell.
And Yet it Moves is an exhibition with accompanying public programme showcasing sculptural works by four recent UK BA graduates. It explores non-static sculptural works through investigating sculptures potential to take mobile form by utilising different modes of movement. This will be explored by changes in each piece overtime (Callum Johnstone), by utilising the manoeuvrability of the works with the audience (Beata Wrobel), performative sculpture (MollyMae Whawell) and activated sculpture (Charlie Cook).
With an exhibition built around movement and interaction the public programme will also reflect these themes. The opening will take place on Saturday 31st March 2-8pm, with works being ‘activated’ across the day, enabling audiences to attend the full day or drop in to suit their schedules. There will also be a performance workshop aimed towards families during half term delivered by Naomi Mcalister, a Liverpool based researcher and performance artist, as well as an open discussion evening with exhibiting artists and Bluecoat’s curator Adam Smythe.