20 September – 29 October 2017
Wednesday – Sunday 11am-5pm
Private View Thursday 21 September 6.30-8.30pm
Frieze Tour Friday 6 October at 3pm
Keith Piper in conversation with Professor Paul Goodwin as part of a performative symposium on Saturday 21 October from 5.30pm – more information here
Keith Piper is a Black British artist of international significance and Beaconsfield is proud to have commissioned the latest digital work in the artist’s oeuvre, Mic Drop. The new work is contextualised by the first London screening of Unearthing The Banker’s Bones (2016), an Arts Council Collection 70th Anniversary commission.
Working with the frisson and anxiety associated with futurological speculation, Jet Black Futures I brings Piper’s recent research and experience as an early pioneer of digital art to bear on current preoccupations of the information age.
Mic Drop is a Beaconsfield Commission funded by ACE Grants for the Arts.
Unearthing the Bankers Bones is a 70th anniversary commission for the Arts Council Collection with Bluecoat and Iniva.
The Arts Council Collection is managed by Southbank Centre, London on behalf of Arts Council England