# 88 

Alice Gale-Feeny & Denise Ackerl

7pm Thur 9th May 2019

APT Gallery (Art in Perpetuity Trust)
Harold Wharf
6 Creekside
London SE8 4SA

Tube: Deptford Bridge DLR (5 min); New Cross (10 mins)

Peer Session 88 is hosted at APT Gallery. For entry please follow signs on the door.

As usual, please bring drinks and snacks to share (cups provided)


Alice Gale-Feeny

‘Two Speakers, One Speaker (A Hall, A Room)’, Alice Gale-Feeny, performance, 2018 in ‘Retreat: this is not a holiday’, Hardwick Gallery, University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham. Wall-based work shown: ‘earear’, 2018 by Kevin Hunt. Image credit: Freddy Roe Griffiths

Alice Gale-Feeny is an artist who uses performance, video, writing and facilitation. Interested in dialogical ways of working and the relationship between voice, rythym and architecture, she examines individual subjectivity and embodied knowledge within shared space. Alice lives and works in London and Nottingham and has a studio at V22, London. She is an HPL Lecturer in Ba Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University.


Denise Ackerl

Denise Ackerl

Denise Ackerl is a performance artist, investigating strategies of resistance from a feminist perspective.