Andrea Büttner

Date 05.03.14

Time 6.30 - 8.00pm

Location Arnolfini


A talk by Andrea Büttner at Arnolfini on 5th March 2014.


Andrea Büttner, winner of the Max Mara Art Prize will be in conversation with Arnolfini Exhibitions Curator Axel Wieder, following a presentation of examples from her recent film works.Inspired by the stories of St Francis of Assisi, the relationship between shame and poverty is important for Büttner and her work. Her film Little Sisters: Lunapark Ostia, formed part of an installation at Documenta 13 accompanied by screen prints and sculpture.

£6 / £5 Concessions, free for UWE Students with ID. To book tickets call Arnolfni box office on: +44 (0)117 9172300 / 01 or email:: /

Tickets can be collected in person from Arnolfini Box Office from 11am on the day of the event.

Steven Claydon’s work brings together objects recalling historical artefacts, cultural ephemera and geological samples, skillfully mixing different cultures and periods of history. Merging reality with fiction, and appearing at once meaningful and useless, Claydon’s works oscillate between an idea of truth and fantasy, seeming to offer a fragmented image of a future civilisation’s past. He will talk about his practice and new commission in Bristol.