Arts Council Funded Artwork ‘Turning ‘ages’ to go on display in Westminster Library as part of UK tour

Westminster Reference Library, 35 St Martin's Street, London
Arts Council Funded Artwork ‘Turning ‘ages’ to go on display in Westminster Library as part of UK tour    image
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This event ended on Saturday 30th of January 2016
Admission

Free

Location

Westminster Reference Library, 35 St Martin's Street, London

Nearest Stations

Leicester Square 0.13 miles

Website

http://www.elainerobinson.co.uk/turning-ages-art-installation/

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Turning 'ages is an installation by well-known Bristol based artist Elaine Robinson. The piece comments on our connection with the written word and helps to promote the understanding with our relationship with books and libraries. The exhibition is currently touring nationwide, UK City libraries as part of an Arts Council funded tour. Robinson's stunning artwork explores the importance of ancestry and the connection we have with books and libraries. The piece will move to Westminster Library on 1st December, the final location on its UK tour and the last chance for the public to see and interact with the piece. The piece was extremely well received; it has enjoyed success at Leeds Central Library attracting a lot of media attentios including TV and sparked comment from visitors. Visitors to Westminster Library will be able to see and interact with Elaine’s artwork during normal library opening hours.

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