Lions, Exotic Dancers, and Somerset Floods – oh my!
Join us 23 August for a look into the fascinating world of the award-winning and fearless photographer Matilda Temperley as she takes us through her practice of capturing stories – including her decade-long collaboration with a lion tamer, wading though the floods in Somerset, and getting to know marginalised societies from Ethiopia to Las Vegas. Temperley will also give us a sneak preview of her next project featuring circus, burlesque and performance artists.
On the night she will be joined by writer Charman Griffin, who is working on the interviews for Temperley’s forthcoming book. Griffin will share a selection of exclusive extracts from the publication.
As always, questions and participation from the audience are welcomed, and on the night, Temperley will invite all guests to contribute to a project in progress.
Open Source Salon is a discussion group for like-minded creatives and enthusiasts who meet monthly to exchange ideas, hear special guest speakers, and enjoy local food and drink. Each salon consists of a specially invited speaker who will share their unique knowledge and experience on one of the four key themes at the heart of Hauser & Wirth Somerset – Art, Architecture, Landscape, Food. Open Source Salon is a collaboration between Hauser & Wirth Somerset and the Roth Bar & Grill
6.30 pm – Welcome Drink at Roth Bar & Grill
Orchard Mist – a Temperley family favourite, showcasing Julian’s Kingston Black apple aperitif – a Somerset version of Pimms
7 pm – Talk
8 pm – Dinner Menu
Durslade Farm lamb asado, flat breads, aubergine salad, mint yogurt
Ticket price: £35
Price includes welcome drink, the talk and dinner.
Spaces limited, please book your place here.
Image: The Lion Tamer. Photo © Matilda Temperley