Jack Lewdjaw: To Live One Thousand Years in One Poem

12 – 5pm

Preview 27 October, 6 – 8pm

Thirty Six Gallery

To Live a Thousand Years in One Poem draws on the format of the artist’s manifesto in an attempt to understand something about the future. Bristol-based artist Jack Lewdjaw’s exhibition draws a parallel between the proposed futures of this speculative framework with that of post-war civic architecture, whose remnants are still present in our city environments. 

Jack Lewdjaw (b.1990, Loughborough) is an artist and educator who lives and works in Bristol. He is Co-Director of the gallery East Bristol Contemporary and teaches regularly at both Bristol School of Art and EBC Schools (inc. EBC Day School). He was also a participant of Syllabus V: a peer-led alternative learning programme run in partnership with Wysing Arts Centre (Cambridge); Eastside Projects (Birmingham); Spike Island (Bristol); The Newbridge Project (Newcastle); Iniva (London); and S1 Artspace (Sheffield).

Recent exhibitions include The Age of Dreamers is Over, Grand Union, Birmingham (2022) MAD as MAP, News of the World, Deptford (2019) open/closed, SERF, Leeds (2018); it’s ok, Spike Island Test Space, Bristol (2017); East Midlands Today, Two Queens, Leicester (2017); eeeeeeeee, CBS Gallery, Liverpool (2017); and EBC Bomb Factory Takeover, The Bomb Factory, London (2016).

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25 – 29 October


  • Wed 12 – 5pm
  • Thu 12 – 5pm
  • Fri 12 – 5pm
  • Sat 12 – 5pm
  • Sun 12 – 5pm
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