Bobby Baker: An illustrated reflection and Q&A
Join us for an evening with renowned artist Bobby Baker as she shares insights from her long career and unveils her unique approach to making art.
Hear from Bobby Baker as she delves into her pivotal artworks and the key moments that shaped her early career. The moments which laid the foundations for a practice celebrating everyday life and human behaviour right up to the restaging of her critically important 1976 sculptural installation An Edible Family in a Mobile Home, currently on show as part of Tate Britain’s exhibition Women in Revolt!
This talk will be followed by a Q&A.
Doors open 6pm, talk starts 6.30pm
This event is the Annual Lecture of the Centre for Studies of Home, a partnership between Queen Mary, University of London and Museum of the Home.
About Bobby Baker
Bobby Baker's (b. 1950, Kent) acclaimed intersectional feminist practice spans five decades and includes performance, drawing and installation to persistently expose the undervalued and stigmatised aspects of women’s daily lives, exemplified by pioneering works such as Drawing on a Mother’s Experience (1988), and Kitchen Show (1991).
Wednesday 20 March 2024
Museum of the Home - 136 Kingsland Road, London E2 8EA