SP1 2EF, United Kingdom
28 November 2022 - 2 February 2023
Opening hours: Monday - Saturday: 9:30AM - 4PM, Sunday 12:30AM - 3PM
Inlcuded in entry price to the cathedral
Salisbury Cathedral presents the work of David Batchelor in a solo exhibition that celebrates colour and light. The exhibition centres around Disco Mécanique (2008), a hanging kaleidoscope of baubles made from thousands of sunglasses found in Brazil that bounces colour and light throughout the cathedral. The exhibition also feautures Candela (2016), a garland of recycled bottles lit by low-energy bulbs that eminate neon, vivid colour. Finally, from his more recent works, Concretos (2012-2022) is displayed - a series of vibrant offcuts and found materials embedded into concrete structures, inspired by Batchelor seeing shards of broken glass embedded atop a wall in Sicily.
David Batchelor will be giving a talk at Salisbury Cathedral on the 15th of January 2023 where he will be in conversation with art historian, writer and curator Dr Alexandra Loske. Please see booking details here.
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