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INTERPRETATIONS WITH LAWRENCE BRADBY AND HELEN STRATFORD

23 May / 6-7pm / Free with exhibition ticket / Meet at Gallery Reception

This illustrated talk, titled Free Movement is written by Lawrence Bradby and Helen Stratford. Using W.G. Sebald’s technique from The Rings of Saturn – physical wandering and free-associative thinking – the talk will consider the Schengen Agreement, the tradition of the walking artist, feminist ecologies, Right to Roam legislation, Welsh cattle droving, and recent research by Gypsy writer Damian Le Bas, using images and associative connections to move between ideas. Lawrence Bradby is Learning Programme Manager for Children and Families at the Sainsbury Centre. Helen Stratford is a socially engaged artist with a background in architecture.

This event is inspired by the exhibition W.G Sebald: Far away - but from where? which takes place at the Sainsbury Centre from 11 May 2019 - 18 August 2019.

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