Give me your rhombus, I want to play without instructions
17.01.14 6pm - 8pm
Peripherique is a series of informal events at the Henry Moore Institute. Organised by our Information Assistant Team, Peripherique invites artists who have previously worked Front of House to discuss their work. Our July event features Richard Taylor (who worked at the Institute between November 2007 and July 2009) presenting his current research.
In this talk-cum-performance, Richard Taylor discusses how he has incorporated writing and drawing into his sculptural installations and collaborative performance pieces.
Taylor (b.1985, Sheffield) graduated with first class honours in Contemporary Art Practice from Leeds University in 2007 and is now based in Edinburgh. Since graduating he has exhibited widely and maintained links with a number of artists he met during his time in Leeds. Recent projects include ‘The Mutual Charter’, GI 2012, Glasgow; ‘Go-Go 301h’ residency, AWA Gallery, Amsterdam; ‘[STATE] of Uncertainty’, Birmingham; ‘My Fantasy Sister, My Sister’s Fantasy’, Chelva, Spain; ‘Newhaven Station’, Edinburgh and ‘Yes, we are next to Lidl’, Edinburgh. Currently Richard is co-editing the journal ‘gnommero: visibility’ with artist Sarah Tripp, which is to be published August 2013.