Join us at the gallery at Camp and Furnace, Liverpool for the latest in our series of pop-up talks with artists: Ahmet Ögüt and Eric Bridgeman speak about their work. Event starts at 7 PM.
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Ahmet Ögüt, b. 1981, Diyarbakir, Turkey, is an artist who lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Exhibitions include Or Whistle Spontaneously (Delfina Foundation, London, U.K., 2012), Modern Essays 1: Across the Slope (SALT, Istanbul, Turkey, 2011) and Black Diamond – Het Oog 3 (Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 2010).
Eric Bridgeman is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Brisbane, Australia, and belongs to the Yuri clan of the Chimbu Province, Papua New Guinea. Eric is the tenth artist to be hosted by Liverpool Biennial as part of the Australia Council for the Arts international residency programme. Eric studied photography at the Queensland College of Art in 2005. He has since been involved in national prizes such as the Basil Sellers Art Prize and the National Artist’ Self-Portrait Prize.
Photo: Ahmet Ögüt, 'Waiting for a Bus', 2010-2011, installation in public space; a gently rotating carousel-style bus shelter, commissioned by Scape Christchurch Biennial.