YOL.POSSET.LLOYD | Between Gas Canisters and Personal Identity Lanyards | March 2019

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Since 2017 ‘Between Sleeping and Eating’ has been a project, initiated by Toby Phips Lloyd, that has explored attitudes to work and issues surrounding the possibility of a Universal Basic Income. The project has grown to include performances by the trio of YOL/POSSET/LLOYD; these improvisations are based around the misuse of everyday objects, scrap metal, dictaphones and throat based vocal contortions. 

In 2018 YOL/POSSET/LLOYD performed a set at Bradford’s Fuse Art Space and the next day used BasementArtsProject as a venue to record a new work sans audience. Both of these events are now available on the Chocolate Monk label. http://chocolatemonk.co.uk/available.html   

In 2019 it is the turn of Yol to take the helm in the next iteration of this generative project with an exhibition of new artworks and another trio performance. Partly based on his observations of a park bench and its occupants throughout the course of a day, Yol has created a series of artworks that examine the differing nature of people’s use of time and place in relation to formalised work identity.

PREVIEW | PERFORMANCE
Sunday 3rd March | 2pm - 4pm

Exhibition Open
Monday 4th March | 11am - 2pm
Thursday 7th March | 11am - 2pm
Sunday 10th March | 2pm - 4pm
Monday 11th March | 11am - 2pm
Thursday 14th March | 11am - 2pm

Exhibition Remains Open By Appointment until
Monday 1st April