We are Invisible We are Visible (WAIWAV)

Saturday 2 July only
Bel Pye | We are Invisible We are Visible (WAIWAV) | Saturday 2 July only | CCA
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The Centre for Contemporary Art Derry~Londonderry has partnered with DASH Arts to become one of the host venues for We are Invisible We are Visible (WAIWAV); a UK-wide one day event highlighting the work of D/deaf, Disabled and Neurodivergent artists.

To mark the 102nd anniversary of the 1st Dada International Exhibition in Berlin, 31 d/Deaf, Disabled and Neurodivergent artists will stage Dada inspired interventions in 30 museums and galleries across Great Britain and Northern Ireland on Saturday 2 July 2022.

CCA Derry~Londonderry will be hosting artist Bel Pye. Bel studied Contemporary Performance Practice at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, graduating in 2015. Since then they have worked in Glasgow as a facilitator, performer, writer and visual artist. They attempt to respond to injustice with small acts of accessible protest. Bel’s practice is grounded in the queer, mad and chronically ill communities they live in.

The interventions cover a wide range including performative; time based; ephemeral; quirky; unusual; minimal; solo/duo/group; digital and much more. The project asks the questions – What if the Dada movement had started in 2020 in lockdown? What would they have done? Is now a timely moment to resurrect the spirit and essence of Dada?

The event with the title We are Invisible We are Visible (WAIWAV) is presented by DASH, the disabled led visual arts organisation, and was awarded the 2021 Ampersand Prize.

The museums and galleries include: ArnolfiniBalticCentre for Contemporary Art Derry~LondonderryFirstsiteFocal Point GalleryGolden Thread GalleryGrizedale ArtsGlynn Vivian Art GalleryHarris Museum and Art GalleryHOMEThe Hepworth WakefieldIkonJohn Hansard GalleryLeeds Art GalleryLiverpool BiennialManchester Art GalleryMIMAMK GalleryModern Art OxfordNewlyn Art GalleryNottingham ContemporaryThe Pier Arts CentreSite GalleryTate BritainTate LiverpoolTate ModernTate St IvesTowner EastbourneTurner Contemporary and VOID.

The Artists: Stav Meishar; AIM (Art In Motion); Tony Heaton / Terry Smith; Bel Pye; Kristina Veasey; Chris Tally Evans; Porcelain Delaney; Nicola Woodham; Grace Currie; Alice Quarterman; Dora Colquhoun; April Lin 林森; Lisette Auton; Caroline Cardus; Jenette Coldrick; Ashokkumar Mistry; Cheryl Beer; Sonia Boué; Christina Lovey; Alex Billingham; Luke ‘Luca’ Cockayne; Andrea Mindel; gobscure; Jo Munton/Stephanie Finegan; Mianam Bashir/Emma Powell; Aaron Williamson; Sam Metz; Hayley Hindle; Anahita Harding; Chisato Minamimura; Alistair Gentry.

Image: Bel Pye
Saturday 2 July only
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