This exhibition is about returning to place. This is not a complete journey. Rather, it marks a start by asking how we return to place and at what point we begin to do so. Artists Theodore Ereira-Guyer and Abraham Kritzman make work that engages with specific locations that enmesh personal history, memory, myth and sensory experience. Kritzman’s paintings and Ereira-Guyer’s etchings took the artists back to their ancestral lands and to the potential for a re-creation of these places. In conversations ahead of the exhibition it became apparent that place, in tension with geography and imagination, could become the ‘common ground’ between their practices.
Itteshad has been with WinkBall since its early incarnation. He studied film at Queen Mary, University of London and his love of film has transferred into his reports for WinkBall. Itteshad has filmed some of our best reports including the BFI film screening of Ingrid Goes West and the ITV gala in both London and Manchester. Before working for WinkBall he was a freelance videographer and worked as a production runner for several companies.