£5 per person, payable in advance
Photo walk with Pete Ashton
Starting in an octagonal kiosk in the Bull Ring in 1965 the Ikon Gallery has had five permanent venues in Birmingham city centre. As part of the Ikon Traces season, artist Pete Ashton asks “do these locations still have residual art-power?”
“Armed with key examples of visual art from Ikon’s history and channeling the ghosts of past venues, we will tune our eyes and look at the city through this filter. Then, with our aesthetic neurons firing, we’ll take photographs, creating new artworks from the vibrations of the old”. Pete Ashton
This is a lighthearted and fun walk open to everyone with a camera and a willingness to look at the city in new ways.
Meeting Point: 2pm Nelson statue in the Bullring, Spiceal Street, Birmingham
Ikon Traces is a series of guided walks inspired by Ikon’s venues, artists and off-site activities through the decades organised in association with Ben Waddington as part of Birmingham’s Still Walking Festival 2014.
Places are limited, please book online or call Ikon Shop on 0121 248 0711.