ALICE BROWNE / AND THEN

Supercollider is pleased to announce its next exhibition in the 2012 programme.
For this exhibition Supercollider has invited Alice Browne to present new works.

During the first week of February Alice will be taking up residence using a vacant shop on Cookson Street as a temporary studio to create a new body of work as part of the Blackpool Culture Shops programme.

This micro-residency will culminate with an exhibition at Supercollider’s Church Street location (inside FYCreatives) as well as work produced for the shop site.
The exhibition will run from 13 February – 2 March with a preview event on Friday 10 February.

This project marks the first time Supercollider has channelled two separate branches of its offer into a single outcome with the micro-residency and the public presentation working across the regular exhibition programme and Supercollider’s contribution to the Blackpool Culture Shops programme.

Alice Browne is a painter based in London represented byLimoncello Gallery.

Recent exhibitions include Certain Obstacles, Limoncello Gallery, London (solo); Cave, Jerwood Project Space, London (solo); Artissima 18 Art Fair, Turin; Limoncello Green, Limoncello Gallery, London; Nothing Fixed, Marcelle Joseph Projects, London; Creekside Open 2011, selected by Dexter Dalwood, APT Gallery, London; Young British Art curated by Ryan Gander, Limoncello Gallery, London; Fade Away, Gallery North, Newcastle upon Tyne.

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