A Strange Weave of Time and Place – Exhibition at Site Gallery 12 – 28 July 2019

A Strange Weave of Time and Place

A new exhibition curated by ADRC PhD student Jeanine Griffin, is announced at Site Gallery in Sheffield. The exhibition ‘A Strange Weave of Time and Place’ explores notions of aura & authenticity in the post-digital context. Among the artists whose work is featured are Sheffield Hallam University Art and Design Research Centre‘s PhD student Diana Taylor, Fine Art reader Penny McCarthy and recent SHU […]

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‘Hideki Nakajima: Made in Japan’ – Exhibition opens at the Sheffield Institute of Arts on 23 April 2019

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Hideki Nakajima: Made in Japan Sheffield Institute of Arts at the Old Head Post Office, Sheffield Tuesday 23 April 2019 – Saturday 18 May 2019 Special event on Thursday 09 May 2019, 6PM – 8PM – please RSVP on Eventbrite here. With an introduction by designer, writer and publisher Adrian Shaughnessy. A retrospective of the hugely influential Japanese graphic designer Hideki Nakajima […]

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‘Liquid Crystal Display’ – Lise Autogena and Penny McCarthy feature in exhibition at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art until 16 June 2019

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Sheffield Hallam Researchers Lise Autogena and Penny McCarthy will take part in an exhibition entitled Liquid Crystal Display opening at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art on Saturday 23 February 2019. The exhibition originally opened at Sheffield’s Site Gallery during the first set of events following Site’s refurbishment last year. Liquid Crystal Display Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art Saturday 23 February 2019 – Sunday 16 June 2019 Contemporary […]

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‘Re:Mains’: Exhibition of Rachael Colley’s food waste jewellery and ambiguous eating artefacts opens at Sheffield Institute of Arts

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Rachael Colley is an interdisciplinary artist and senior lecturer in Jewellery and Metalwork at Sheffield Institute of Arts, Sheffield Hallam University. She gained an MA in Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork and Jewellery from the Royal College of Art in 2010. Her current research brings together jewellery – created predominantly using food waste – and ambiguous artefacts for eating. She invites diners […]

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‘re-turning’: Group exhibition featuring Joanne Lee’s audiovisual essay ‘In the Midst of England’ opening Friday 30 November

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re-turning An ongoing project involving four artists, Andrew Brown, Joanne Lee, Danica Maier and Christine Stevens. Working under the title Returns, the group began with a 2012 residency at the former Spode ceramics factory. Since then it has repeatedly returned to investigate Stoke-on-Trent, its urban landscapes, diverse communities, manufacturing and craft skills, and the material history that has made it […]

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‘Walk Out’ – Exhibition of the Walking Arts Research Group opens in Sheffield with private view on Thursday 29 November

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WALK OUT is an exhibition of the work made through engagement with the Walking Arts Research Group (WARG). Much of the work is a free-form response to the rural and urban environment. WARG at Sheffield Hallam University provides a collaborative space for the investigation of cross-practice creative production linked to a range of walking practices. It has become a forum […]

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‘As Much About Forgetting’ Symposium – Saturday 03 November 2018

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Update: Please see here a short video by postgraduate student Jan Hopkins, giving a glimpse into the As Much About Forgetting exhibition. AS MUCH ABOUT FORGETTING SYMPOSIUM Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark Saturday 03 November, 11AM – 5PM Contemporary art is absorbed by the past, maybe like never before, at least not in the same way. Historical references abound, ranging from aesthetic quotes from art […]

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‘Showgirl Manifesto’: New exhibition in Huddersfield features Dr Sharon Kivland – On until 27 October

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Showgirl Manifesto is an exhibition emerging from the recently published book Viewing Pleasure and Being A Showgirl, How Do I Look? by artist and writer Alison J Carr. In the book, Carr contextualises showgirl experiences, framing their relevance for contemporary feminism as well as artists and performers. Accessibly written, the book interprets a range of live performances to develop a bold, original approach to bodily […]

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‘Die Holzdiebe’ – Exhibition of Sharon Kivland’s work opens on Friday 12 October at ZAK, Berlin

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Die Holzdiebe Saturday 13 October 2018 – Sunday 06 January 2019 Opening: Friday 12 October, 7PM ZAK Zentrum für Aktuelle Kunst, Alte Kaserne Zitadelle, Berlin In the bicentenary of Marx’s birth, the exhibition is founded on Marx ’s articles for the Rheinische Zeitung, reporting on the proceedings of the Sixth Rhine Province Assembly, ‘Debates on the law of thefts of wood’, […]

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‘The Annotated Reader?’ – Exhibition featuring work by Sharon Kivland opens at Cork Street Galleries, London

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Opening on Thursday 04 October 2018: The Annotated Reader? The Annotated Reader? Cork Street Galleries, London Tuesday 02 October – Saturday 13 October, 12PM – 8PM Over the last year and a half, Ryan Gander and Jonathan P. Watts have been compiling a collection of annotated texts by 281 artists, academics, writers, curators, designers, and musicians. On Thursday 04 October […]

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