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Soft Display

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Paradise Works

East Philip Street

Salford

M3 7LE

United Kingdom

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Paradise Works is pleased to present Soft Display, a group exhibition co-curated by Division of Labour, Alistair Woods and Kieran Leach

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Preview: October 10th, via Eventbrite booking. Or exhibition film available online.

Open: Saturdays October 17th- November 28th, via Eventbrite booking.

Artists: Dean Kenning, Kieran Leach, Liam Fallon, Jeremy Hutchison, Priscila Fernandes, Harrison Pearce, Maisie Pritchard, Tiz Creel, Rosie McGinn, Katrina Cowling, Andrew Lacon, Priscila Fernades, Harminder Judge, Richard Dean Hughes.

The exhibition will explore new sculpture and a current preoccupation with the objective and subjective 'mass of things’, presenting artwork that offers kinetic, haptic, poetic and critical reflections on ‘the soft’ and ‘the hard.’

The artist's individual approaches to making probe different ideas around the ‘softness’, not only in the materiality of objects but also addressing how the binary hard/soft affects our perception of the world around us. The works displayed play with our understanding of reality and ask us to re-examine our expectations of leisure, class consciousness and the uncanny. 

*If you are unable to attend in person, an exhibition film by Steve Iles will be available to view online, on the Paradise Works Website from the 10th of October. 

Arranging your visit: Please book your Saturday appointment between the 10th Oct- 28th Nov, via Eventbrite. If you would like to book an appointment outside of these times contact nat@divisionoflabour.co.uk. 

We please ask that you wear a face covering at all times and adhere to the two-metre distancing rule. Hand sanitiser will be provided and toilets will be restricted to staff use only.

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United Kingdom

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