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Exhibition previews: Eric Baudelaire and Alvin Curran / Tanoa Sasraku

When There Is No More Music To Write / Terratypes

Exhibition previews: Eric Baudelaire and Alvin Curran / Tanoa Sasraku

When There Is No More Music To Write / Terratypes

(L) Eric Baudelaire, When There Is No More Music to Write (2020) Film still. Courtesy the artist. (R) Tanoa Sasraku, Lith 3a (2022), Inkjet print on Kozo paper. Courtesy the artist

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Join us for a preview of the new Spike Island exhibitions: Eric Baudelaire and Alvin Curran: When There Is No More Music to Write and Tanoa Sasraku: Terratypes.

Eric Baudelaire and Alvin Curran: When There Is No More Music to Write

A two-person exhibition by artist and filmmaker Eric Baudelaire and avant-garde composer Alvin Curran. Curated in collaboration with music historian Maxime Guitton, the exhibition includes three new films by Baudelaire, two large-scale ‘sound sculptures’ by Curran, and an archive display assembled by Guitton.

Tanoa Sasraku: Terratypes

Terratypes is a major solo exhibition of new works by Tanoa Sasraku, that build upon the artist’s ongoing research into hostile wildlands and personal relationship to the energy, mythology and memories stored deep within the British landscape.

Partners and supporters

When There Is No More Music to Write is presented by Spike Island, Bristol, in partnership with CRAC Occitanie, Le Centre Régional D’art Contemporain Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée and Bergen Kunsthall, and is supported by Fluxus Art Projects. In-kind support provided by Yamaha Music Europe GMBH (UK) (Yamaha) and Mickleburgh Ltd.

Terratypes is commissioned by Spike Island, Bristol and is part of the West of England Visual Arts Alliance programme sorted by Arts Council England.