We are delighted to announce that on the evening of April 5th, 2019, Kosar Contemporary will host a sculptural performance by Isobel Adderley.
CUSP - the transition between two different states, or the pointed end of a tooth. This performance examine how to be both; still and moving, soft and hard, person and object; the flicker between two states; an exploration of the internal and external and how that flows within the space of the gallery.
Duration: 25 minutes.
Supported by the Arts Council England Grants for the Arts, in 2019, CUSP has previously been performed at the National Justice Museum as a part of Nottingham City Takeover, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston and now at Kosar Contemporary, Bristol.
Admissions free, though RSVPs help us organise our events better. :-) We hope to see you.