W3 Gallery makes a welcome return after a period of dormancy, and I’m especially happy to be part of this Arts Council-supported project as I have a history with the gallery both as an artist and curator. The exhibition focuses on the cultures of both recent migrants to and those already living in the London Borough of Ealing, with themes of migration, settlement and home.
It will be a busy day as that evening I shall be performing on flute with harpist and singer Sheila Moylan as the main act at OPEN Ealing’s monthly showcase, details here.
Opening event: Saturday 10th June 2-4pm.
Exhibition runs until 24th June, open every day.
185 High St, Acton
Exhibition web site
Stop press! Delighted to have my new video piece making its début in the town of its origin at this fantastic venue run by ADAO, from 4pm today (3rd June). Head over if you’re in the Lisbon area!
Rua da Recosta nº1
ADAO Facebook page
Event Facebook page
Some initial work in progress from the recent residency I did in Barreiro in Portugal courtesy of the Breadmatters Foundation. I gathered over 1400 photographs and had some excellent conversations with other artists and curators in Barreiro and Lisbon. More to come!
Try Again from Martin Lau on Vimeo.
Three-channel video. The setting is the disused 19th-century train station that was abandoned when electrified tracks were brought in, with a new station being built just 100 metres away, and the existing tracks removed.