In response to Kenneth Lam’s current exhibition, A seat at our table, artist Gal Leshem will lead a printmaking session that transforms everyday objects and scrap materials into surprising tools for printing and mark making. The workshop will invite participants to use found objects to make personal mono-prints that reflect on their sense of home and belonging. We will experiment with the textures on unconventional surfaces, create interesting compositions and layers of colour, while addressing the past life and uses of the objects we are working with.
Gal Leshem is a London-based artist and facilitator. Her work is developed through a site-specific and research-based approach, often engaging with heritage sites, objects and plants embedded in myth, memory and folklore. Her work has been shown at Christie’s, Untitled Art Miami Beach, Photo Paris, Huxley-Parlour Gallery (solo), San Mei Gallery, The Nunnery, Broadway Gallery, Jerusalem Film Festival, T J Boulting, APT Gallery, CCA Video Greenhouse at Fresh Paint Fair Tel Aviv. Gal has an MA from Slade School of Art and a joint BA Hons in Fine Art & Art History from Goldsmiths University. She is the current recipient of the New Contemporaries x SPACE studio bursary.