1. Walk the Path

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    This video is based on the book, Finding Livelihood: A Progress of Work and Leisure by Nancy Nordenson (Kalos Press). http://www.findinglivelihood.com. Acoustic guitar, composed and performed by Berg Holmgren; http://www.bergholmgren.com.

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    • Take A Long Look

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      This video is based on the book, Finding Livelihood: A Progress of Work and Leisure by Nancy Nordenson (Kalos Press). http://www.findinglivelihood.com. Acoustic guitar, composed and performed by Berg Holmgren; http://www.bergholmgren.com.

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      • Pierce the Canopy

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        This video is based on the book, Finding Livelihood: A Progress of Work and Leisure by Nancy Nordenson (Kalos Press). http://www.findinglivelihood.com. Kimiko Ishizaka, pianist; Open Goldberg Variations by Bach; CC0; http://music.kimiko-piano.com/album/j-s-bach-open-goldberg-variations-bwv-988-piano.

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        • Work & Leisure - Mark Leckey

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          Manchester Art Gallery’s new collaborative programming relationship with London’s Serpentine Gallery launches this February with the opening of a major exhibition from Turner Prize winning artist Mark Leckey. Work & Leisure will present new work especially commissioned for Manchester as well as a series of live performances by Mark Leckey to take place throughout the run of the 4-week show. The exhibition will include the film Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore, last shown as part of Leckey’s exhibition at London’s Serpentine Gallery in 2011. It will also feature BigBoxIndustrialAction, in which a giant soundsystem meets a three-tonne low pressure steam chest on loan from Ellenroad Engine House, near Rochdale, Greater Manchester, home of the world’s largest working steam mill engine. Mark Leckey won the Turner Prize in 2008 and this exhibition will cover key moments in his career from his international recognition in the late 1990s up to the present day. His work encompasses sculpture, sound, film and performance and explores the potential of the human imagination to appropriate and to animate a concept, an object or an environment. Leckey also draws on his personal experiences, particularly his fascination with the Manchester dance music scene from his formative years spent in the North West.

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          • Mark Leckey: Work & Leisure at Manchester Art Gallery

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            Manchester Art Gallery’s new collaborative programming relationship with London’s Serpentine Gallery launches this February with the opening of a major exhibition from Turner Prize winning artist Mark Leckey. Work & Leisure will present new work especially commissioned for Manchester as well as a series of live performances by Mark Leckey to take place throughout the run of the 4-week show. The exhibition will include the film Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore, last shown as part of Leckey’s exhibition at London’s Serpentine Gallery in 2011. It will also feature BigBoxIndustrialAction, in which a giant soundsystem meets a three-tonne low pressure steam chest on loan from Ellenroad Engine House, near Rochdale, Greater Manchester, home of the world’s largest working steam mill engine. Mark Leckey won the Turner Prize in 2008 and this exhibition will cover key moments in his career from his international recognition in the late 1990s up to the present day. His work encompasses sculpture, sound, film and performance and explores the potential of the human imagination to appropriate and to animate a concept, an object or an environment. Leckey also draws on his personal experiences, particularly his fascination with the Manchester dance music scene from his formative years spent in the North West. Friday 17 February 2012 - Sunday 18 March 2012 Manchester Art Gallery FREE

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