The Yorkshire Post publicises ‘Everything Flows’ at Millennium Gallery, featuring work by SHU’s Rose Butler and Victoria Lucas

Still from dual-screen mockup of Come & Go by Rose Butler

Sheffield Millennium Gallery’s latest exhibition Everything Flows was featured in today’s The Yorkshire Post, including some words from Kirstie Hamilton, Head of Exhibitions & Display at Museums Sheffield.

Find the full report here.

Everything Flows brings together work by emerging and established Sheffield-based artists working with painting, sculpture, video, photography and sound. The works are each united, in different ways, by a sense of ‘flow’, from choreographed movement and kinetic motion, through to the fluctuations of narrative, and the movement of international finance and migration.

Curated by Jeanine Griffin, the exhibition includes work by Paul Barlow, Rose Butler, Joseph Cutts, Natalie Finnemore, Ruth Levene, Victoria Lucas, Peter Martin, Ryan Mosley and Ian Nesbitt, along with screening programmes/ events curated by Annexinema and Joseph Cutts & Ashley Holmes.

Everything Flows forms part of Making Ways, a new programme supported by Sheffield Culture Consortium through Arts Council England to showcase, celebrate and develop the exceptional contemporary visual art produced in the city.

Rose Butler is an artist, researcher and senior lecturer of Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University working with video, photography, sound, animation and installation. Find out more about Rose’s work here.

Victoria Lucas is a British artist based in Sheffield and is currently a part-time, practice-led PhD researcher at Sheffield Hallam University.