International artist exhibits in Plymouth Market
A new installation by international artist Charlotte Moth is going on exhibition in Plymouth Market.
From Tuesday 19 to Saturday 23 March, (10:00am to 4:00pm), Paris-based Charlotte will present a new off-site installation in Plymouth’s 1950’s grade II listed market building.
Come and see the installation in Plymouth Market
Four slide projectors will be situated in a market stall and will project images that Charlotte has made of 1950’s and 60’s architecture that explore the spaces of religion, home and retail in three different European locations. The locations include the church of St. Bernadette de Banlay (Nevers, France by Claude Parent and Paul Virilio architects in 1966); the Apollo Pavilion (in Peterlee, UK, also from 1966 and designed by Victor Pasmore) and of course, Plymouth Market (designed by Paul Pearn and Ken Bingham and opened in1959).
In addition, a film produced by Charlotte will be screened at the KARST gallery in Stonehouse.
Part of the fig-futures tour
The installation is part of fig-futures, supported by the Arts Council England, Art Fund, and Outset Contemporary Art Fund, and follows the major project fig-2 in which 50 projects were presented across 50 weeks at the ICA Studio, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London in 2015. fig-futures takes the one-week exhibition structure along with fig-2 alumni artists to four venues across the UK showing 16 projects in 16 weeks at Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool; Kettle’s Yard, University of Cambridge partnering with Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery; The Gallery, De Montfort University, Leicester and The Box, Plymouth in partnership with and hosted by KARST.
fig-futures Plymouth is curated by Ben Borthwick.
More about the artist Charlotte Moth:
Charlotte Moth was born in the UK and has lived and worked in Paris since 2008. She was nominated for the Prix Marcel Duchamp in 2017. Major solo exhibitions include MIT – List Visual Arts Center, Boston, Seeing While Moving (2017), the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Travelogue, and Parc Saint-Léger, Pougues-les-eaux, Pensée Kaleïdoscopique (2016); Tate Britain Archive Gallery, Choreography of the Image (2015). The Centre d’art contemporain de Genève, Ce qui est fragile est toujours nouveau (2012). A monograph book Travelogue produced by the Kunstmuseum Lietchenstein was published in 2016 in English and German with a French leaflet. Current exhibitions include Colección XVII: Charlotte Moth, CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo Comunidad de Madrid, curated by Caroline Hancock, 24 February – 16 June 2019.