6pm – 9pm
NOW Gallery will be hosting a Private View of Emmanuelle Moureaux’s Slices of Time on Tuesday 4 Feb. Join us for a celebration of colour and an exploration of time.
Cocktails and Canapés
Cosmic Suppers welcome you with a…
‘Botanical Blessing’ with fresh lime, juniper and rosemary.
‘Golden Genmaicha’ with sake and apple blossoms.
Next, journey through the spectrum with…
Tropical salad, fermented ginger and kumquat, on a crisp plantain tostone.
Whipped beetroot hummus, sweet peppers, pickled radish and beetroot shoots on a millet and dill seed cracker. With fresh pomegranate and sumac.
Wild mushroom, roasted chestnut and garlic mousse on a rosemary, oat and thyme cracker. With Jerusalem artichoke and hazelnuts.
Herbed butter bean paté, shaved fennel, kohlrabi and capers, on a pumpkin-fennel seed cracker. With fresh dill and tarragon oil.
Coconut, cashew and vanilla, with fresh berries.
Chocolate and cherry liqueur tart. With fresh cherries and fig.
Please be silent for the performances.
For the launch of Slices of Time, Clod Ensemble presents Slices of Music for solo violin by a range of composers including Johann Sebastian Bach, Igor Stravinsky and Paul Clark, performed by Rahki Singh.
Led by director Suzy Willson and composer Paul Clark, Clod Ensemble creates provocative, finely crafted performances driven by music and movement. Their work is presented in London, across the UK and internationally in theatres, dance houses, galleries and public spaces including Sadler’s Wells, Tate Modern, The Lowry, Wales Millennium Centre, Serralves Museum Porto and Public Theater New York. www.clodensemble.com
Rakhi Singh is a violinist, curator, producer and composer. She is Music Director and co-founder of Manchester Collective and collaborates regularly with Clod Ensemble. Described in the Guardian’s Classical picks as ‘the golden tone of violinist Rakhi Singh’ she featured in the ensemble for Philip Glass and Phelim McDermott’s concert/theatre piece Tao of Glass in the Manchester International Festival, 2019. As a composer, in 2018 she premiered Written in Fire – a piece for string quartet, electronics and live visuals. Rakhi regularly plays live on BBC Radio 3 and has been a guest curator on programmes with Elizabeth Alker and for NTS Radio Manchester. She plays on a Sebastian Vuilluame violin made in 1860.
Performance Times: 18.15, 18.45, 19.15, 19.45, 20.15, 20.45
Exhibition runs 5 Feb – 19 Apr 2020