David Lynch at HOME

Art, film, music and more


Sat 06 July -
Sun 21 July


2 Tony Wilson Place, First Street, M15 4FN

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Admission Free


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Weird, wonderful and forever wild at heart – the iconic David Lynch took over HOME for the duration of MIF19. Featuring art, film, music and more, this special season of events was a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of the pioneering American artist, musician and director of such works as Blue Velvet, Mulholland Drive and Twin Peaks.

Every corner of HOME was inhabited by a Lynchian spirit for the Festival’s 18 extraordinary days. In the gallery, My Head Is Disconnected is the first major UK exhibition of Lynch’s paintings, drawings and sculpture. In the theatre, Lynch collaborator Chrysta Bell presented a series of one-off live shows from Lynch-inspired musicians. In the cinema, screenings of Lynch’s classic movies and rare short films, along with those of the directors who influenced him.

Art: My Head Is Disconnected (Gallery)
Sat 6 July – Sun 21 July
Noon – 8pm Mon-Sat
Noon – 6pm Sun

BSL-led tour
Sat 20 July, 3pm
(Led by Art and Design Historian Jennifer Little. This tour will be led solely in British Sign Language with no spoken English. Attendees are welcome to join Jennifer after the tour for an informal BSL discussion in the cafe-bar)

Artist Talk: David Lynch (via video link)
Saturday 6 July, 8pm
HOME Theatre 1
Tickets £12 / concessions £10
Book tickets at homemcr.org/lynch-artist-talk

On the opening day of My Head is Disconnected, the first major UK exhibition of visual art by David Lynch, curator Sarah Perks hosts an in-conversation via live video link with Lynch covering his diverse artistic practice, from his iconic film and TV work to his paintings, drawings and sculptures.

Music (Theatre 1)
Fri 12 – Sun 14 July
Full line up here

Film season (Cinema)
Full film schedule here

Curated by Sarah Perks & Omar Kholeif
with Mary Anne Hobbs & Jason Wood

Commissioned and produced by Manchester International Festival and HOME, Manchester, in association with the David Lynch Foundation UK.

Photo: Josh Telles

Find out what our Creative Critics thought of My Head is Disconnected here.