Thank you to everyone who took part in our Animation Workshop, led by video production company Chocolate Films, on Saturday afternoon. The workshop was organised as part of our Stop Play Record programme for young people interested in experimental film and inspired by Peter Wächtler’s exhibition Far Out. Images by Manuela Barczewski.
Thank you also to everyone who joined us last Thursday for an early morning viewing of Peter Wächtler’s exhibition, Far Out, with an introduction by Ellen Greig, Exhibitions and Events Curator at Chisenhale Gallery.
Join us next week, on Thursday November 3, for a screening of Peter Wächtler’s film Tim and Racky (2011) in conjunction with First Thursdays, when the gallery remains open until 9pm on the first Thursday of each month. Emma Moore, Offsite and Education Curator at Chisenhale Gallery, provides an introduction to the film. For more information and to reserve a place, please click here.
An audio recording of Peter Wächtler in conversation with Polly Staple, Director at Chisenhale Gallery, is now available on our website. To listen to the recording please click here. Peter Wächtler’s exhibition continues until 11 December.
Chisenhale would like to congratulate past Chisenhale Trustee and programme participant Mark Leckey for the opening of Containers and Their Driversat MoMA Ps1, his first comprehensive U.S. survey exhibition and the largest of his work to date. Mark Leckey’s limited edition for Chisenhale Gallery Grasping & Gasping (Pylons & Nylons and Hooves & Hands and Benson & Hedges), produced in 2014, is included in the retrospective. For more information about the edition please visit ouronline shop.