Join us for a guided exhibition tour of Sharif Persaud's exhibition Have You Ever Had, with British Sign Language interpretation.
Placing himself at the centre of his work, Persaud explores identity through his experience of contemporary life and autism. His artistic practice has been developed in collaboration with the organisation Project Art Works, where he is a key contributor.
The tour will be led by Tim Corrigan, Creative Director at Project Art Works, providing insight to Persaud's practice, and his paintings, drawing, and film.
Everyone is welcome to join us. This event will be British Sign Language interpreted by Katie Fenwick, and is therefore suitable for people who are Deaf or hard of hearing.
Due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Autograph is temporarily closing until further notice.
Our exhibitions and events are postponed, but we look forward to welcoming you back later in the year.
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Tim Corrigan is an artist filmmaker and Creative Director at Project Art Works.
He has extensive experience of working with adults and children who have complex support needs through a wide range of creative projects.
He specialises in collaborating with individuals who present behaviour described as challenging and those at most risk of isolation and exclusion.
Katie Fenwick is a Registered BSL / English Interpreter. She has a degree in Combined Design Studies- specialising in Illustration and Film / TV / Theatre Set Design.
She worked as a stop frame animator and illustrator for a number of years before starting work in the Deaf Community.
She now works predominately in the domain of theatre ( Both on stage and off ), music and spoken word performance and working with arts organisations like ACE, Unlimited, Shape Arts and Arts Admin.
Everyone is welcome at Autograph. This event will be standing, with walking around the gallery. When you book a ticket, you can let us know if you require a seat or have any other access needs.
You can expect a friendly and inclusive experience during your visit. Our building is accessible, with step-free access to all spaces. Accessible toilets are on all floors.
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Sharif Persaud's exhibition is commissioned by Autograph as part of EXPLORERS, a three-year programme of art and conversation led by Project Art Works in partnership with with Autograph ABP Fabrica, De La Warr Pavilion, MK Gallery, National Institute for Experimental Arts UNSW, Photoworks and Tate Liverpool.
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Our free events are very popular, and many require visitors to book a ticket beforehand. This is so we can manage numbers in our events spaces, and ensure the best experience for everyone. Since not everyone who books a free ticket attends, we have to overbook our to allow for no-shows. Please arrive on time for the event, as admission is on a first come, first served basis for ticket holders.
Please note that photography and/or filming will take place at this event. Images from this event may be used by Autograph and external press for marketing and promotional use, including: printed and online publicity, social media, press releases, or other use.
Banner image: Sharif Persaud, Self Portrait, 2018. Courtesy of Project Art Works.
Page images, from top left: 1) Sharif Persaud, Gangrene, 2015. Courtesy of Project Art Works. 2) Sharif Persaud, Untitled [detail], 2017. Courtesy of Project Art Works. 3) Entrance to Autograph. Photograph by Zoë Maxwell.