For upcoming exhibition A False Sense, the Belfast based PRIME Collective invites visitors to join them at Catalyst Arts at 6pm on Wednesday, 9th July.
The gallery will act as the departure point for a journey to Templemore Avenue Swimming Baths in East Belfast.
Bring along the £2.00 swimming pool entry fee, your swimsuit and a towel. Caps, badges, and refreshments will be provided by PRIME. This event will last from 6pm until 9pm and all are welcome to attend.
Please pre-register at email@example.com
PRIME collective was founded by Belfast based artists/curators Charlotte Bosanquet, Alissa Kleist and Tonya McMullan in January 2011. The collective encourages a process-based approach and its members actively seek to collaborate with other artists, collectives and organisations. These collaborations can take the form of exhibitions, peer reviews with guest artists/curators, residencies, seminars, talks and critiques. Members of the collective were curators-in-residence at PS2 Gallery in Belfast in 2011/12, where they archived the gallery storeroom to help create a curatorial ‘hub’, held exhibitions, talks, workshops and peer reviews, and organized a series of events that questioned the nature of certain prearranged structures. They have ‘artistically archived’ an abandoned doctor’s surgery on the Newtownards Road in East Belfast and since October 2012 have run ‘The Bathhouse’ a project/residency/exhibition space situated in the Templemore Avenue Swimming Bath’s former caretaker’s residence on 4 Glenmore Street.