Haarlem’s new group exhibition, re:rural – four contemporary artists un-learn and re-imagine the rural, marks our fourth anniversary, and re-emergence from lockdown. re:rural presents new and recent sculpture, drawing, sound, video, photography and text works by artists Annalee Davis, Feral Practice, Deirdre O’Mahony and Pauline Woolley.
Ranging from the outer reaches of the skies, to the forgotten practices associated with land use and the surface of the soil, to deep into the earth’s hidden underground networks, each work reflects on the rural, reconstructing meaning and connections. The exhibitions are launched at Haarlem Periodical, our new, curated platform for one-off exhibitions, writing and commissions, and at our gallery in Wirksworth.
Haarlem Periodical will be live from 11 September.
Opening event 7pm 11 September followed by the Wirksworth Festival & Northern Light Cinema outdoor film screening at Haarlem Mill.
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