Always something moves: Sophie Lee at Bankley Studios, Manchester

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Always something moves: Sophie Lee
Foregrounding | Sophie Lee | 2019 | still from video | image: courtesy of the artist

Always something moves: Sophie Lee at Bankley Studios and Gallery Manchester, Levenshulme 21 — 29 February 2020 Entrance is free — Visit now

Mark Devereux Projects presents Always something moves – a solo exhibition by artist Sophie Lee at Bankley Gallery. In this new body of work Lee considers the connection between landscape and memory. Exploring places and spaces of contemplation and the act of remembering, she reflects on her father’s dementia and a shift in familial roles and relationships.


  • Dementia-friendly
  • Parent and Baby
  • Relaxed

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