Waterborne venues to host Jeremy Deller and Jem Cohen works for inaugural Estuary festival

Date
17 May 2016
Reading Time
1 minute read
Above

Adam Chodzko: GHOST

Tilbury Cruise Terminal and a collection of waterborne venues on the Thames will host works by Jeremy Deller, Jem Cohen and Adam Chodzko for a show as part of arts hub Metal’s new festival, Estuary. The Points of Departure exhibition will also be hosted across the river in Gravesend, Kent, and feature new commissions developed in residency at Metal by Jem, Caroline Bergvall and Chloe Dewe Mathews.

Estuary is a new arts biennial taking place along the Essex and Kent shorelines from 17 September—2 October. The programme of contemporary visual art, literature, film and music is being curated in response to the Thames Estuary by Metal’s artistic director Colette Bailey with Gareth Evans, Sue Jones and Rachel Lichtenstein.

Also on the programme is Sound of the Thames Delta, a series of panel discussions, live music and film screenings inspired by Southend Rock. Taking place at the end of Southend-on-Sea pier, the bill features Pete Paphides, Chris Fenwick and Ruth Barnes.

Above

Jem Cohen

Above

John Akomfrah: Mnemosyne

Above

Southend Charabanc

Share Article

About the Author

Jenny Brewer

Jenny joined the editorial team as It’s Nice That’s first news editor in April 2016. Having studied 3D Design, she has spent the last ten years working in design journalism. Contact her with news stories relating to the creative industries on news@itsnicethat.com.

It's Nice That Newsletters

Fancy a bit of It's Nice That in your inbox? Sign up to our newsletters and we'll keep you in the loop with everything good going on in the creative world.