Hales Gallery is pleased to announce an event with Thomas J Price and Zadie Xa, in conjunction with the gallery’s group exhibition Ebony G Patterson | Thomas J Price | Zadie Xa (until 6 May).
The conversation will be an opportunity to sit down with two of the artists whose recent work is presented in the exhibition and to learn more about their individual practices, tracing the paths which have led them to where they are today. It will also explore the themes and questions surrounding cultural and racial identity which emerge from the exhibition, and which are so relevant to contemporary society. How are our perceptions of identity formed; which stereotypes, fictions or representations have informed them? How do the categories of class, gender, race and nationality intersect and overlap to create one’s sense of self (and other)? What strategies, artistic, critical or practical, can be used to dismantle perceptions which may cause harm to individual and collective identities?
In Conversation with Thomas J Price and Zadie Xa
7 Bethnal Green Road
E1 6LA, London, UK
Saturday 22 April, 2:30pm
The event, at Hales London, is free and open to the public. Arrive from 2pm for a seat in time for the 2:30pm start.
No booking required.