Marcia Farquhar, Diffiκυλτ, will culminate in the burning of the artist’s outsized rocking horse at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, streamed at CGP London on Saturday 27th October from 4-7pm.
The Horse is a Noble Animal, originally commissioned for the 2010 Tatton Park Biennial, will be de-commissioned by the artist at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park at dusk, documentation of this major event will be screened in our gallery garden within a special afternoon spent with the artist to mark the last weekend of the exhibition.
Earlier in the afternoon from 3-4pm, Farquhar’s Open University will be open in the gallery garden, hosting a series of 5 minute lectures delivered by anyone who wishes to speak about things they care about which should or should not be trashed. If you would like to deliver a 5 minute (max.) lecture, please contact us (no previous experience required!).
3-4pm Open University
4-7pm Burning Horse, video streaming at The Gallery with the artist
Please note that The Dog’s Bolex will be screened from 11am – 6pm at Dilston Grove, please factor this into your visit.
Spaces limited, booking essential via this link.
Marcia Farquhar with Thierry Bal, The Horse is a Noble Animal (2010). Tatton Park Biennial, image courtesy the artists.
Marcia Farquhar with Tony Grisoni, Horse (2018). Dog’s Bolex production photograph by Jem Finer. Image courtesy the artist.