Create sound machines and explore sound making in this free creative session is inspired by artist Serena Korda.
THIS MACHINE BUILDS NATIONS
Jasmina Cibic has developed a site-specific installation for BALTIC that showcases the three films of her latest Nada trilogy presented for the first time in the UK. Bringing together film, sculpture, performance and installation into multi-layered projects, the core themes of her practice explore how art, architecture and political rhetoric are deployed and instrumentalised in the name of the nation.
Serena Korda is currently the Norma Lipman & BALTIC Fellow in Ceramic Sculpture at Newcastle University, a two-year residency that culminates in this exhibition. Korda works across performance, sound and sculpture reconsidering aspects of communion and tradition in our lives.
turning forty winks into a decade
This first solo presentation of Sofia Stevi’s work in a public institution brings together recent paintings and drawings alongside a body of new work made especially for the exhibition.
A Single Voice
For BALTIC’s Level 4 gallery Philipsz stages her presentation of new work, A Single Voice 2017. The exhibition also includes Ziggy Stardust 2001, a haunting a cappella rendition of David Bowie’s extraordinary 1972 studio album.
Join us for an exclusive, behind the scenes look at BALTIC and explore areas of the building which are normally out of bounds and hear stories from its past as a flour mill to its present as an art gallery.
These free bitesize, introductory tours are suitable for everyone and help bring BALTIC’s exhibitions to life.
Every Sunday BALTIC offers a free weekly drop-in activity with an artist, inspired by BALTIC’s current exhibitions.