Event / 15 Jul – 16 Jul 2021

Unseen - Film Premiere and Artist Talk

Suzie Larke

We warmly invite you to join us in person or online Thursday 15th July from 7pm for a premiere screening of Unseen, plus a panel discussion about Suzie Larke's exhibition and issues that arise from the project.

Joining Suzie on the panel will be psychologist Annie Beyer and Jo Verrent, senior producer at Unlimited, as well as an opportunity to contribute to a discussion with Unseen director Ian Smith.

Unlimited is an arts commissioning programme that aims to embed work by disabled artists within the UK and international cultural sectors, reach new audiences and shift perceptions of disabled people. They offer funding for research and development, to make small and large-scale projects happen in the UK and around the world, and have awards for emerging artists who are new to art, early-career or haven’t had reached large audiences yet. They also fund full commissions and commissions created through international collaborations.

Auntie Margaret are creative film, TV and video content producers, imaging incredible content and led by Ian Smith. He worked at the BBC for over 10 years where he produced a variety of formats, films and documentaries including Wales and Hollywood, How The Co-op Started, Homelessness: On the Edge, Weird Wales & The One Show.

Doors for the physical event will be at 7pm, with the event starting at 7:30pm. Limited tickets are available, so book soon!

Or log in online via Zoom at 7:30pm on the 15th, where we will live stream the whole event. You can join us by clicking here.

If you have any access requirements, please email [email protected] prior to the event, and we will do our best to provide support.

About Artist

Portrait of Suzie Larke

Suzie Larke

Suzie Larke is a visual artist and photographer based in Cardiff, Wales, UK. Graduating with a degree in photography in 2002, she has since worked internationally as a commercial and portrait photographer.

Her fine art photography explores themes of identity, emotion, and mental health. Suzie is interested in representing an internal state rather than capturing a moment in time. She creates images that challenge our notion of reality – combining photographs to create an image that defies logic.