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Make Place talk: Gill Perry


Make Place talk: Gill Perry

Salford Art Gallery & Museum
Wednesday 1 February | 6.00pm-7.30pm

Concentrating on the roles and relationships formed within the home and family dynamic, Gill Perry will consider the sociological and psychological impacts the domestic environment have upon the way in which we live our lives.

Gill Perry is Professor of Art History at the Open University and chair of the Open Arts Archive.

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Make Place is a talks programme exploring domestic space and identity at Salford Museum and Art Gallery. Featuring renowned academics and artists from across the UK, the programme will contextualise Mark Devereux Projects represented artist Sophie Lee’s own artistic research into domesticity, which has included visiting the Gvendareyjar islands in Iceland to studying Salford Museum and Art Gallery’s extensive collection of nineteenth-century household objects, furniture, fixtures and fittings.

Make Place has been funded by Arts Council England and is supported by Salford Museum and Art Gallery, and Salford Community Culture and produced by Mark Devereux Projects. Sophie Lee is represented by Mark Devereux Projects.