Elizabeth Price: A LONG MEMORY
Bringing together many new and acclaimed works, this exhibition engages with Price’s pre-occupations of technology, history, politics and pop music.
A new trilogy of video works, SLOW DANS, will be premiered and her Turner Prize winning THE WOOLWORTHS CHOIR OF 1979, remembering that fatal fire in Manchester, will be shown in the city for the first time.
SLOW DANS is a collaboration between Artangel, Film and Video Umbrella, Nottingham Contemporary, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis and the Whitworth, The University of Manchester.
Highlight tours of the Albert Walker Archive
Every Wednesday 2.30pm, free, no need to book
Meet in the Elizabeth Price: A LONG MEMORY exhibition space
A team of Whitworth Volunteers will be providing weekly tours on the work of a former miner and amateur photographer Albert Walker, which provides us with one of the most lasting and comprehensive visual records of the British Coal industry.
The archive forms part of the exhibition, Elizabeth Price: A LONG MEMORY.
Elizabeth Price: Lecture and book launch
Thursday 20 February 2020, 6-7.30pm
Free, please book by clicking here
This lecture marks Elizabeth Price’s acclaimed exhibition at the Whitworth and the publication of SLOW DANS, which focuses on her most recent work and reflects upon her preoccupations and approaches to research, production and presentation.
25 October 2019 – 1 March 2020
Image: Elizabeth Price, KOHL, 2018. Copyright the artist