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Please note, our lift is currently out of service, meaning there is no lift access to our gallery spaces. We are working on fixing this as soon as possible. Please call us on 0113 320 2323 or email info@thetetley.org if you have any specific questions about access.

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Talks & Tours

Elsewhere Anchises: In Conversation with Lauren Gault and Daisy Hildyard

17 November 2021

18:30 – 20:00

Free

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Join artist Lauren Gault for this in conversation with author Daisy Hildyard on Cithra.

Taking details and materials from Gault's solo exhibition, the conversation will use storytelling to unsettle our sense of place, moving through the gallery space and haunted landscapes to explore intimacy and alienation within future agri-relations.*

*This includes the agricultural, the agri-ecological, and all the ways in which agriculture moves beyond the rural (moving through our environments and relationships).

About 

Daisy Hildyard is an author based in North Yorkshire. Her latest nonfiction book, The Second Body (2017), thinks about how the porous boundaries of the Anthropocene affect lived experiences. A new novel, Emergency (2022), tells stories of global connections and human-nonhuman relationships within a small rural area of northern England.

Lauren Gault is a Glasgow-based artist born in Belfast. She graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee in 2008.

Access

  • This event will take place in the Atrium and throughout the galleries on our first floor
  • Please note, our lift is currently out of service, meaning there is no lift access to our gallery spaces. We are working on fixing this as soon as possible and expect it to be fixed in time for this event, but please check back for any further updates
  • There will be gallery stools available during the event, with the chance to roam the galleries too
  • Please call us on 0113 320 2323 or email info@thetetley.org if you have any specific questions about access

Lauren Gault: Cithra, 2021. Installation view at The Tetley. Photo: Jules Lister

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