23 Nov 202117:00 - 18:00Online

Description

Join us for a talk on the current Art at the ARB exhibition ‘Travelling Companions‘ at the Alison Richard Building.

Exhibition curator Ro Spankie will interview artists Fay Ballard and Judy Goldhill on their exhibition, and you will be able to enjoy artworks from the exhibition online. There will be time for questions at the end of the event.

‘Travelling Companions’ explores personal belongings as ‘travelling companions to life’ which unlock thoughts, feelings and memories, and the notion of the skies and stars as travelling companions to explorers navigating their passage across the globe.

The exhibition has re-opened and will run until 3 December 2021 and is open on weekdays from 9am – 7pm.

Ro Spankie

Ro Spankie is a designer, teacher and researcher. She is Assistant Head of the School of Architecture and Cities at the University of Westminster. Ro is the author of ‘An Anectdotal Guide to Sigmund Freud’s Desk’ (Freud Museum London).

Fay Ballard

Fay makes drawings, recent exhibitions ‘Breathe’ Freud Museum London and ‘Transylvanian Florilegium’, National Gallery, Bucharest, Romania. Visiting artist Hammersmith Hospital 2017 & 2018, she sits on the Arts & Health Committee, Imperial Health Charity for NHS.

Judy Goldhill

Judy is a photographer, maker of films and artist’s books and artist in residence at the Physics and Astronomy Department, University College London. Recent exhibition ‘Breathe’ Freud Museum London 2018, and Raki’a screened at the Venice Biennale as part of the Alive in The Universe project, 2019.

View the online exhibition catalogue.

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