86 Princess St, Manchester M1 6NG
AbKb Abstract Kab hosts Superposition removals & functions (on the road)
Abstract Kab is a new mobile gallery and performance space. Here the gallery is taken over by a fictional art installation and general odd job company. Superposition Remove & Deliver Co, under the helm of two sculptural artists, Luke Routledge and Robin Broadley.
BREAST PRINT (mine not yours) / TINFOIL NO.2
Josephine Flynn re-evaluates and develops one of her renowned multi-disciplinary satirical works for A Modest Show, to examine how the viewer can ‘activate’ the work. Here the artist presents ‘art as fayre’ as part of two private view event food and beverage offers, with printed napkins ‘Mine Not Yours’ and an Abigail’s Party style cocktail cheese offering with a phallic twist.
Ghostlines: Mads Floor Anderson & Cara Davies
We all make tracks - navigating our lives via trails and desire-lines, creating familiar routes as counter to life’s uncertainties. Artists Mads Floor Andersen and Cara Davies are hosted by PINK in a week-long residency, unpicking the complex meshwork created by our daily comings and goings, travel, memory, and the ghosts of the past.
A newly commissioned set of twin ultra-short films by Sarah Boulter, with a sound piece by Manchester based Musician Merida Richards. Video works that centre on gorging for escapism, consumerism and the escapism that has sprouted from pandemic obsession and limitations, as we pour ourselves into repetitive entertainment.
‘Deviant Diners’ is a newly commissioned video work that sets the table for bad manners, caters to the neuroqueer gaze, and serves an insight into autistic experiences of food. This work addresses the stigma autistic people face at the dinner table. This stigma, combined with sensory processing issues, can lead autistic people into withdrawing from social situations involving food and even develop avoidant, restrictive or disordered relationships with food.
SUPERPOSITION REMOVALS & FUNCTIONS
A sculptural intervention bringing together the works of two artists in a fictional art installation and general odd job company. A dual perspective of artist and art technician, a position where lines are often blurred between production and creation.
By curating this community we can make the most of the space and each other, develop our creative processes and change how we all work and live for the better. We're here to help you and your business prosper and to support and develop Manchester's creative talent. And have fun along the way, of course. Learning and growth is at the heart of SEESAW, as is giving back more than we receive. That's why things feel special here with a learning programme of workshops, classes and mentoring run by and for the community.
SeeSaw has a pavement outside with a curb.
The building has a flat entrance, but has 3 steps at the foyer.
There is a disability lift next to the stairs.
There are 3 lifts in the building, 2 of which go down to the basement.
There are accessible toilets on every floor.
There are fire escapes at the front and back of the building.
Ground floor meeting room has 3 steps, with no ramp.
Key fobs are used throughout the building, but the door access controls get disabled once the fire system has been activated.