Join VIVID this Saturday (14th August) at 2pm when local historian Chris Upton and Birmingham-based writer and winner of the Costa First Novel Award 2007, Catherine O’Flynn, make a personal response to Karin Kihlberg & Reuben Henry‘s video installation Inbindable Volume.
Filmed in Birmingham’s iconic Central Library Inbindable Volume is an ambitious new multi-screen video installation exploring the journey between conception and materialization – both in architecture and books – and what becomes of ideologies after they have been realised in material form.
Inbindable Volume launches the first tour of new work by Karin Kihlberg & Reuben Henry. Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Birmingham Cultural Partnership and The Henry Moore Foundation, this touring exhibition is produced by VIVID and developed in collaboration with Danielle Arnaud and ArtSway.
Following the residency and exhibition at VIVID, from 29 July – 21 August 2010, Inbindable Volume and additional new works, commissioned with our touring partners, will tour to Danielle Arnaud, London (17 September to 24 October 2010), Citric Gallery, Brescia, Italy (19 March to 30 April 2011) and ArtSway, Hampshire (Summer 2011).
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