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.