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SEE Organisation has invited Brian J Morrison to showcase a new body of work at Blackpool gallery, Supercollider Contemporary Art Projects. No Pain No Gain!!! opens on Friday April 11 at 7.00pm.

No Pain No Gain!!! interrogates body building culture and notions of a male-centred ideal. Through this exhibition, SEE is exploring concepts and representations of masculinity and gendered identity.

Alongside the exhibition, SEE will deliver a programme of responsive events; first of which is an Artist in Conversation session on April 12, 10.30-11.30am. The session is free but you are required to register your attendance by sending an email to [email protected]. The second event in the programme is a screening of the documentary Pumping Iron, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, on April 17 at 7.00pm at Supercollider Contemporary Art Projects on Cookson Street. The screening is free to attend and no registration or booking is required.

Full details of the programme of events will be released throughout the duration of the exhibition. For updates on the No Pain No Gain!!! programme, and SEE’s upcoming events and workshops, connect with SEE on Facebook and Twitter and sign up to their newsletter by emailing

Brian J Morrison graduated from Blackpool and the Fylde College of Art in 2010 in Photography. Since graduating he has exhibited across the U.K and Ireland. Morrison’s practice navigates stereotypically male dominated micro-cultures, in an attempt to deconstruct the relationship between photography and the construction of normative masculine values.

seeorg_logo-01Brian J Morrison’s No Pain No Gain!!! is curated by SEE Organisation and opens on April 11 at Supercollider Contemporary Art Projects at 7pm, running until 3 May. For more information, email info@see-org.[email protected].

Supercollider Contemporary Art Projects, 59 Cookson Street, Blackpool. Open Wednesday to Saturday, 12-5pm.

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