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Dora García: These Books Were Alive; They Spoke To Me!
3 Feb - 23 Apr|
These Books were Alive; they spoke to me! is an exhibition of printed matter and performance works by artist Dora García. García’s show provides a retrospective look at her career-long production of book editions, book sculptures, and other printed matter, and the ongoing connection within her practice to the broader tropes of popular literature, theatre and film.
Live Performance Times
From Monday 6 February – Sunday 23 April
Ongoing performances daily 11am to 3pm
Every Saturday at 3pm ‘Performance’
Every Wednesday 11am – 3pm & 5pm – 7pm
Finnegans Wake Reading
Friday 24 February, 5 – 6.30pm
Friday 10 March, 5 – 6:30pm
Join artist Dora García and the Leeds’ Finnegans Wake Reading Group for a collective reading of James Joyce’s classic. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place. No special skills needed other than a love for this text. If you need to borrow a copy of the text, please let our reception team know in advance.
Wednesday Lates: Curators Talk
Wednesday 22 February, from 6pm
Join the curator of Dora García: These Books Were Alive; They Spoke to Me! and the co-curators of PAGES Future/Present for an informal discussion of the current exhibitions on display in The Tetley’s galleries.
Wednesday Lates: David Steans – Crime World
Wednesday 29 March, 6-8pm. Free, all welcome ‘Visitor discretion is advised’.
Responding to Dora García’s exhibition of performance and books, artist David Steans presents and evening of new art works inspired by the controversial 1990′s publishing press Crime World.