Tuesday Talk Alison Clough

Join us for this special live event with Alison Clough, exploring how utopias, social and climate issues, imagined places and idealism relate to their practice followed by a live Q+A.

Alison is working on a commission with Lancaster Arts that responds to our recent exhibition ‘On Reflection’ by Alan Dix, in which people contributed memories to a timeline. Using recycled materials, Clough takes a horticultural  approach with a gardener’s perspective to explore the ways we perceive memory through time. She was one of the first artists to place primary care health promotion in an imaginative setting, creating artwork on themes such as diabetes and the cardio-vascular and respiratory systems. 

For more information on Alison Clough please visit her website: www.alisonclough.com

In partnership with Lancaster Institute of Contemporary Arts

Duration: 60 mins

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Dates

  • 29 Nov 2022

Location

  • Jack Hylton Room (Great Hall Complex)
  • Image credit: Alison Clough and Al Dix 
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