Sunday, 13 April 2014

Solar Lice to debut at The Calder

This Easter, a collaborative group of artists and musicians Solar Lice will make its UK institutional debut with a new exhibition entitled Haggard Caravan at The Hepworth, Wakefield.

The installation opens on Good Friday, April 18 at The Calder, The Hepworth’s new 600sqm space for contemporary art.

Co-commissioned with The Modern Institute and part of the Glasgow International Festival 2014, the exhibition features sculpture, installation, performance, music and video, building on the collaborative practice the Swiss American group first explored in Drip Event, an expansive sculpture and sound installation at The Power Station, Dallas, Texas, in 2013.

Taking direct inspiration from The Calder’s industrial heritage, riverside setting and anecdotal histories, the collective will be constructing the immersive installation and preparing for the opening night performance at The Calder.


Haggard Caravan runs from April 19 to June 1 at The Calder.

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