Amang Mardokhy: Maybe Nothing

22 November 2019 – 19 Jan 2020

Born in Kurdistan, Stockport artist Amang Mardokhy has a large body of work exploring the war from which he escaped. For this exhibition however he shares his collection of live performance paintings which he creates alongside musicians in a live collaborative energetic communion in front of an audience. In doing this he breaks that fourth wall of creativity and eliminates ego from the process. This enables a childlike space of creation, of trust, exchange and play in which everyone is welcome and everyone is on board.

In a world of information overload, language and words can become superfluous, especially if we all chose to share space, time and meaning. Exploring a different approach to a political arts practice, he says “Sometimes when you say nothing you say everything”. Collaborating together in a creative space is maybe the most political act of all.

For further information visit Amang Mardokhy’s website


Further information:
  • Opening times: Monday  closed, except for Bank Holidays. Tuesday – Saturday 12:00 pm – 8:00pm;  Sunday 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
  • Location: HOME, 2 Tony Wilson Place Manchester M15 4FN. Tel: 0161 228 7621
  • Getting thereBy Bus – 256 bus from Piccadilly Gardens stops on Medlock Street -or use the free Metroshuttle buses; By Metrolink – Deansgate-Castlefield is the nearest Metrolink stop; By Rail – nearest  stations are Deansgate and Oxford Road; By car – nearest car park is Q-Park at First Street (next door to HOME)
  • This is a free exhibition