Tuesday Talk: Lindsey Bull
Join artists, thinkers and curators to explore an aspect of their practice in a lunch-hour. Visiting speakers shape the form of their talk, so you can expect anything from in-depth discussion to a live performance.
Lindsey Bull (b.1979, Hereford, UK) lives in Manchester, UK. Bull is a figurative painter whose work explores psychological states. She is interested in different states of mind and how these interior lives manifest or hide themselves from the outside world. With a fascination for dark, idiosyncratic psychologies, her paintings are investigations into often side-lined or marginalised groups and individuals.
Solo exhibitions include Yellow, Varese, Italy (2015), High House, Oxford, UK (2013); Motorcade / Flashparade, Bristol, UK (2012); Transition gallery, London, UK (2012). Bull has participated in numerous group exhibitions, including at venues such as Centre d'art contemporain de Quimper, France (2014).
[Bull] not only challenges conventions of normalcy, but celebrates difference in all its myriad forms.
Approx 50 mins
Jack Hylton Room
Free, no need to book
Lindsey Bull, Pink Lady oil on canvas 135 x 82, 2018
Photo: Michael Pollard