Manningham Art Gallery is excited to present Gosia Wlodarczak's A Space of Facial Deconstruction.
Over a five-day onsite performance, Gosia will create a large-scale drawing installation spanning across the interior of Gallery One.
The gallery environment and self-portraits submitted by Manningham residents are translated into shapes through Gosia’s senses. In a continuous process of meeting, overlapping and collision - in endless movement, the ongoing change and exchange will create a drawing installation over the period of the performance.
The result will be a stunning group portrait of the Manningham community.
View the performance
- Visit the gallery between 11.00am to 5.00pm from Tuesday 29 November to Saturday 3 December to watch Gosia's drawing performance
View the completed artwork
- Visit the gallery during regular opening hours up from Wednesday 7 December to Saturday 17 December to see the completed artwork.
During your visit to the gallery, you can also explore A Fragment of the Infinite Magnificence by Zahra Marsous in Gallery Two.
For further information on submitting your self-portrait and getting involved, please visit Gosia Wlodarczak: A Space of Facial Deconstruction.
Photo Credit: Longin Sarnecki