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Laurie Vincent from Slaves has teamed up with artist Daisy Parris for a new exhibition

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Published: 4:27 pm, November 13, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Laurie Vincent from Slaves has teamed up with artist Daisy Parris for a new exhibition

Laurie Vincent from Slaves has teamed up with artist Daisy Parris for a new exhibition.

The pair are buds from their time studying at UCA Rochester, reconnecting more recently when they began to share a studio space.

The exhibition, titled Feels Like Forever Ago, will open on 14th December at the Rochester Art Gallery and Craft Case.

The pieces on display will “range from their early collaborations, which drew inspiration from the post-punk era’s love of collage, to a new body of work that has been created specifically for the show,” reads the event’s blurb.

It will run until the 23rd February 2019, and admission is free.

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