Adam Chodzko to showcase installation at The Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury

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Adam Chodzko is preparing to open Design for a Fold at The Sidney Cooper Gallery.

Design for a Fold, funded by the Arts Council England and The Elephant Trust, is a new installation incorporating many of Chodzko’s works made locally since his move to Kent in 2001.

Mapping his particular engagement with places, times and communities around where he lives and works in Whitstable, the exhibition seeks to root, or fold, the idea of the local within another, apparently remote, alien and distant place; Beppu, Japan. It will expand, compress and twist an understanding of Kent into a new form, questioning who, what, when and where we might be within its landscape and communities.

Design for a Fold opens at the Sidney Cooper Gallery on Thursday 15 October with an exclusive evening with Adam Chodzko and Dr. Andy Birtwistle, Director of The Centre for Practice-Based Research in the Arts at Canterbury Christ Church University. The exhibition will run until Saturday 21 November and admission is free.

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Artist Info

Adam Chodzko is preparing to open Design for a Fold at The Sidney Cooper Gallery.

Design for a Fold, funded by the Arts Council England and The Elephant Trust, is a new installation incorporating many of Chodzko’s works made locally since his move to Kent in 2001.

Mapping his particular engagement with places, times and communities around where he lives and works in Whitstable, the exhibition seeks to root, or fold, the idea of the local within another, apparently remote, alien and distant place; Beppu, Japan. It will expand, compress and twist an understanding of Kent into a new form, questioning who, what, when and where we might be within its landscape and communities.

Design for a Fold opens at the Sidney Cooper Gallery on Thursday 15 October with an exclusive evening with Adam Chodzko and Dr. Andy Birtwistle, Director of The Centre for Practice-Based Research in the Arts at Canterbury Christ Church University. The exhibition will run until Saturday 21 November and admission is free.

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