To help keep audiences, artists and staff safe, the reception area for the exhibition launch will be outside and access to the exhibition spaces will be carefully monitored. Transport to the launch arranged by Wysing will be at 50% capacity.
We advise you to dress for spending the day outdoors.
Toilets will be available in Wysing’s buildings and sanitiser points are available around the site.
If the event is cancelled due to Covid, paid transport tickets will be fully refunded.
About the exhibition
Installed in three parts across Wysing’s site, the title pays tribute to the ‘version’ of a vocal reggae track. Throughout the exhibition, Bailey brings together sound and sculpture as means to expand on ideas and techniques of ‘sonic biography’, a generative methodology of sound exploration that the artist has finessed over the years. Presented with the opportunity to occupy several spaces across the site, Bailey has produced a series of works that reflect on the artist’s Jamaican heritage, albeit from the position of someone who has not yet visited the island. The exhibition features collaborations with Elaine Mitchener and Taylor Le Melle and is curated by Hannah Wallis, Wysing’s DASH curator-in-residence.
Find out more about the exhibition here.