Exhibition on Housing Insecurity

Glasgow artist Penny Anderson’s first exhibition in Manchester, in association with the Social Action and Research Foundation, presents work that interrogates the modern fact that we do not remain in a rented home for a life-time, with many tenants having to move house every six months.

‘Let Me Stay’ uses the traditional craft of embroidered labels attached to read-mades such as doll’s furniture and crockery, samplers which are all placed within this installation to explore precarity and insecurity – to contribute to a much needed debate on the condition of houses not being homes for many people in society.

The exhibition will be held at Manchester Creative Studio, 16 Blossom St, Manchester, M4 5AW (please use the entrance on Henry Street) from Saturday 26th March to Tuesday March 29th, between 12pm and 5pm.

Opening private view 6-8pm Friday March 25th. For more information or to RVSP for the opening, email dan@the-sarf.org.uk

With thanks for the generous support of Creative Scotland’s Open Fund

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