A major new exhibition guest curated by Manuela Pacella that brings together several multi-layered projects across a range of media by Italian artists Riccardo Giacconi, Invernomuto and Luca Trevisani.
These three projects have all been conceived in relation to little-known and marginal events, delving into vernacular languages, oral histories, and personal curiosities, where the artistic research processes employed perform incredible leaps across space and time to create new and unexpected forms of perception and meaning.
Presented as singular propositions filling our galleries, this exhibition can nevertheless still be read as a unified whole that unexpectedly reveals itself as a complex, connected system across the building. Lost in Narration invites audiences to go somewhat adrift, to allow these artists to tentatively offer up unique new tales for us to step into and discover for ourselves.
Riccardo Giacconi’s work for this project has been commissioned by ar/ge kunst and FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, with further support from Centrale Fies in Dro.
We've just launched a brand new children’s audio tour for this exhibition.
We're delighted to present the MAC’s very first children’s exhibition audio tour. Ideal for children aged 8+, this new audio tour was created as a way to introduce children to art in a fun way that is easy to understand. Written by MAC curators especially for our current exhibition Lost in Narration, it is priced at just £1. The audio tour is available to download directly to your mobile phone – just ask our Box Office for details on arrival. Once downloaded, you can take the tracks home to enjoy again and again. Remember to come back and visit again before the exhibition closes, you’ll have this resource right at your fingertips.