Mathew Parkin in conversation with Kim McAleese

Mathew Parkin produced slope-tend-big for Grand Union as part of SHOUT Queer Arts Festival 2016. The gallery was transformed into a queer social space, with a changing installation of artworks and a public programme of events. Parkin presented his own work, alongside that of invited artists and writers, to form a wider conversation about queer artistic practice.

He was in conversation with Grand Union Programme Director Kim McAleese, speaking about his research, his references and how his work had been developing.

Mathew Parkin produced slope-tend-big for Grand Union as part of SHOUT Queer Arts Festival 2016. The gallery was transformed into a queer social space, with a changing installation of artworks and a public programme of events. Parkin presented his own work, alongside that of invited artists and writers, to form a wider conversation about queer artistic practice.

He was in conversation with Grand Union Programme Director Kim McAleese, speaking about his research, his references and how his work had been developing.