So Many Things I Had Thought Forgotten
Inspired by the poet & novelist Philip Larkin
Taking four lines from the poem “Why Did I Dream of You Last Night?” each member of the collective has created their own personal response.
Through the directness of Larkin’s word, the group seeks to present work that touches on memories, found moments and events, and journeys through time and space.
Permission has been granted from Faber and Faber Limited to use the four lines from Philip Larkin’s poem “Why Did I Dream of You Last Night?
Centre Space in bristol
17th – 20th March 2023
Friday 17th March: 18:00-21:00
Saturday 18th to Monday 20th March: 11:00-18:00
Centre space Studios & Gallery
6 Leonard Lane, Bristol, BS1 1EA
From the 1st – 26th February 2023 at Walford Mill in Dorset.
Wednesday to Saturday: 10am-5am.
Not Open Monday or Tuesday
Walford Mill, Knobcrook Road, Wimborne BH21 1NL.
Four lines from a poem
Philip Larkin (b.1922-d.1985) is one of the most-loved English poets and novelists of the post-war period, representative of the Modernist approach, the timeless nature of his words have served as inspiration for generations. His embrace of radical self-questioning, complex viewpoints and perspectives is reflected in the artists’ interpretations of the poem.
The exhibition includes a series photographic works created in tandem by the participants.
From Germany to the UK and back again
The forthcoming exhibition “So Many Things I Had Thought Forgotten” begins October 6th at the Regionalgalerie in Darmstadt, Germany and includes exhibitions at the Four Corners Gallery, London, CentreSpace Gallery, Bristol, and then returns to the Kunsthall, Frankfurt, Germany.
Participating artists and photographers: Isabelle Boutriau; Mark Crean; De Ferrier; Phil Hill; Tim Jones; Michael Padilla; Marcel Rauschkolb; Victoria Smith; Tim Stubbs Hughes; Ross Trevail; Clare Wilson.
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