Substation Project Space and Studios
2 Bilton Square
Limbo is an artist-led organisation based at the former electrical substation off Margate's High Street.
Limbo was set-up to create a resource supporting cultural development and experimentation in Thanet and beyond; providing affordable artist studios a gallery/project space and a programme of exhibitions, artist residencies, events and off-site projects.
Through its projects Limbo aims to create new points of reference or entry, through which challenging and unfamiliar ideas and methodologies can be experienced and discussed.
Artist studio or collective, Gallery
12-5pm Fri-Sun during exhibition times. See website for further details
A plastic resource
- 27 September — 19 October 2014
The final exhibition in LIMBO’s 2014 programme is A plastic resource, a solo exhibition by Philomene Pirecki. The show is centred around her ongoing multi-channel projection piece, Working Title.
Philomene Pirecki is a London-based artist. Pirecki was shortlisted for the Max Mara Art Prize for Women in 2013. That year she had two solo exhibitions: Image Persistence, at Supplement in London, and Frame, Fold, Fracture, at Green on Red Gallery, Dublin. In 2014 her group exhibitions included The Influence of Furniture on Love, at Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge; Ends Again, Supplement, London; In the Wake, Truth and Consequences, Geneva and Matter and Memory, Alison Jacques, London.
In late 2014 Pirecki will be showing at Unosunove, Rome (in a two person show with Jamie Shovlin); in Collecting Mode, Neumeister Bar Am, Berlin and in Panda Sex, (curated by Tom Morton) State of Concept, Athens.
She is represented by Supplement, London.
Supported by Grants for the Arts & Kent County Council
Open Fri-Sun, 12-5pm, or by appointment
Private View 26 September, 6-9pm
- Any age