trim your tongue
patrick coyle

Wednesday 2nd September – Saturday 5th September, 12pm-6pm.

Preview with live performance: Wednesday 2nd September 6-9pm

DKUK Salon is pleased to present a new performance and video installation by Patrick Coyle.

Having developed a script that draws on various theories of gossip and its connection to physical grooming, Coyle will deliver a live-streamed performance between an undisclosed location and DKUK Salon. Following the initial performance, a recorded version will continue to play opposite the clients of DKUK for a further three days.

Patrick Coyle (b. 1983, Hull, UK) is an artist and writer. He recently delivered performances and exhibited work at Tate Modern, London; Institute of Contemporary Art, London; Ferens Art Gallery, Hull; Battersea Park and Pump House Gallery, London; Whitechapel Gallery, London; Kunsthal Aarhus, Denmark;The Poetry Library, Royal Festival Hall, London; Modern Art Oxford and Zabludowicz Collection, London. Recent publications include The Cambridge Literary Review (Issue 8/9); A Circular (2 and 3); Invisible Fabrick (Norwich); Dear World & Everyone In It, New Poetry in the UK (Bloodaxe Books, Northumberland,) and his book /pe(ə)r/, was published by Wysing Arts Centre in 2013. Coyle is a resident at The Hub, Wellcome Collection, London (2014-2016) and a member of The Disembodied Voice research group.

Supported by the Arts Council England