Invisible Dust

London | Wednesday 21 August
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Elizabeth Price’s new work, SUNLIGHT opened last weekend


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Invisible Dust founder and curator Alice Sharp with Elizabeth Price, artist Phil Coy and Alessandro Vincentelli, curator at BALTIC, at the opening of SUNLIGHT

SUNLIGHT, Elizabeth Price’s new large-scale video installation launched on Saturday. SUNLIGHT is Price’s first solo exhibition in a public gallery since winning the Turner Prize in 2012 and developed as part of her Invisible Dust residency with the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL).

Elizabeth Price, winner of the Turner prize 2012, is the first ever artist in residence with RAL with space scientist Dr Hugh Mortimer supported by the Leverhulme Trust. Price is working with Dr Mortimer and exploring his research, the Rutherford Appleton Space archive, video footage and photographs and is producing this new work, Sunlight, which will evolve in 2014.

More info here.

SUNLIGHT is the inaugural exhibition at Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea and is on from 30 September to 28 December.


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