Man holding large photograph of a buidling in front of his face.

Chris Paul Daniels and Sam Meech One Square Mile, 2016. Still from video. Courtesy the artists.

Exhibition Launch: Polyrhythmia

Launch: Wednesday 29 November 2017, 6 – 8pm
Venue: The​ ​Great​ ​Medical​ ​Disaster,​ ​​Manchester,​ ​M3​ ​4EE
Admission: Daily, 10am – 5pm

University of Salford Art Collection are delighted to support a collaborative exhibition taking place at The​ ​Great​ ​Medical​ ​Disaster in Manchester, which is ​presented​ ​by​ ​Edouard​ ​Malingue​ ​Gallery​, Hong Kong and ​co-curated​ ​with​ ​Marianna​ ​Tsionki​ ​(Research Curator,​ ​Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art ​and​ ​University​ ​of​ ​Salford),​ ​in​ ​collaboration​ ​with​ ​Magnus​ ​Quaife​ ​(Lecturer,​ ​Manchester Metropolitan​ ​University).

Polyrhythmia is a group exhibition revolving around the continuous global transformation of the urban landscape. Taking place in a shell space due for development in the heart of Manchester, Polyrhythmia​​ brings​ ​together​ ​international​ ​artists​ ​connected​ ​to​ ​Hong​ ​Kong,​ ​Indonesia​ ​and Manchester in particular João Vasco Paiva (Portugal/Hong Kong), Kwan Sheung Chi (Hong Kong), Ko Sin Tung (Hong Kong), Nick Crowe & Ian Rowlinson (Manchester/Berlin), Katerina Eleftheriadou (Manchester), Chris Paul Daniels & Sam Meech (Manchester) and Tromarama (Indonesia).

From the University of Salford Art Collection we are lending One Square Mile by Chris Paul Daniels and Sam Meech, a co-commissioned between University of Salford Art Collection and Quays Culture in 2016.

Tour​ ​&​ ​Panel​ ​Talk:​ ​Wednesday 6 December,​ ​6 – 8pm

Exhibition continues until Saturday 10 December; open daily 10am – 5pm.