This is post is really an invite, from the cultural geographers at Exeter, to an exhibition & associated events that are taking please this week at TOPOS on St. Sidwell’s street – with input and support from Prof John Wylie (Head of Geography at Exeter), and from Ian Cook et al. and Paula Cutchlow’s magnificent Museum of Contemporary Commodities.
TOPOS is a distinctive space for artistic installation/ exhibition/ discussion in Exeter, hosted and run by Volkhardt Mueller and is well worth a visit. So, please do!
This week’s new exhibition, Art-Articles, by Berlin artist Konstantin Bayer, offers a set of installations and objects which comment upon, and invite direct exploration of, contemporary encounters with commodification, originality, materiality and nature. See the link below for details of Bayer’s distinctive approach and products:
There will be a private viewing at TOPOS on Wed May 11th 17.30 – 18.30, and the exhibition will have regular opening hours in the days following (details here). There will also be a conversation/discussion event at TOPOS, on the themes of Landscape, Art & Commodity, Friday May 13th, 18.00 – 21.00
And here is a link to book a place at the discussion event on Friday: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/topos-conversation-art-landscape-commodity-tickets-25235555225