Join us for the launch of Frances Disley's ‘Pattern Buffer’ and Jonathan Baldock's ‘Facecrime.’ Both artists have worked in residence at Bluecoat within the last 2 years. Disley's ‘Pattern Buffer’ will layer multi-sensory elements to create an environment that invites gallery visitors to make use of her art works or pause and rest in comfort. Baldock's ‘Facecrime’ contains a landscape of ceramic columns inspired by cuneiform-inscribed tablets - an early system of writing - dating from 2500BC. Hear from the artists, enjoy drinks at the bar and explore these two new exhibitions in our gallery for the first time. Gallery open until 9pm, bar open late. Facecrime is commissioned by Camden Arts Centre with Tramway. The work was developed through the Freelands Lomax Ceramics Fellowship and is funded by the Freelands Foundation. The installation at Bluecoat is supported by the Henry Moore Foundation. Image: ‘activation #1 wip’, 2019, Frances Disley with Fallen Angels Dance Company, The Turnpike, Leigh. Photographer Livia Lizar.