Peles Empire at Skulptur Projekte Münster, Germany ©

British Council / Elke Ritt

Saturday 10 June 2017 - 10:00 to Sunday 01 October 2017 - 20:00

The British Council is proud to support the following conversations with artists at the Peles Empire sculpture (Parkplatz des Oberverwaltunsgerichts, Aegidiistraße / Aegidiikirchplatz):


11.08.17, 19.00: Mariechen Danz

Born in Ireland, lives and works in Berlin. Her work concentrates on the human body but also how it is perceived by humans itself, including the world around us.

12.08.17. 19.00: Anthea Hamilton & Julie Verhoeven

Both based in London, they collaborated on an exhibition at Peles Empire in 2012. Anthea Hamilton is known for her work in sculpture, and Julie Verhoeven works across lines between art and fashion design.

25.08.17, 19.00: Nicolas Deshayes

Born in France, lives and works in London. In his sculpture he experiments with new materials, such as Jesmonite, a combination of plaster an acrylic, that in his recent work has been used to make a series of sculptures with a dual function as radiators.

22.09.17, 19.00: Oliver Osborne

Born in Edinburgh, lives and works in Berlin. In his work he uses painting as a found image, working across different languages, scales and materials to make new painting.

23.09.17, 19.00: Daniel Sinsel

Born in Germany, lives and works in London. Working in painting and sculpture, he is interested in the elusive potential of eroticism in traditional techniques, including weaving, woodcarving and oil painting.