Breakin’ Up Is Hard to Do
The concept for this show is a nod to the material changes and fluctuations of seminal artworks, such as the noted cracks on Kazimir Malevich’s once pristine Black Square (1915). The six artists in this exhibition all use abstraction as a starting point to consider material properties and narratives of flux and change.
Until 10 March 2015, KARST, 22 George Place, Stonehouse, Plymouth.

Paper Works
11 Kent-based artists showcase new works that experiment with the constraints of paper. Passed between the artists, the works were created through a collaborative process and supported by one of a-n’s New Collaborations bursaries.
Until 10 March 2015, Hundred Years Gallery, 13 Pearson Street, London.

Liz West – Through
Liz West creates a new site-responsive work for &Model’s gallery space that can be viewed only from the street. Continuing her experiments with light and colour, West’s spatial light work aims to create a sensory overload, best viewed in the evening darkness.
11- 29 March 2015, & Model, 19 East Parade, Leeds.

Those Who Go East
This exhibition and discussion series draws on the work of artists who have ‘Gone East’ to create work, collaborate with communities in the Tōhoku area of Japan and document the political, socio-economic and environmental consequences of the 2011 tsunami and nuclear meltdown in East Japan. Organised by Action Art UK, invited artists and speakers include Kaori Homma, Chris Wainwright, The Otolith Group and Yoi Kawakubo.
11-15 March 2015, White Conduit Project, 1 White Conduit Street, London.

The New Immortals: Myths and Miracles
An illustrated talk by Judith Alder that presents the ideas, myths and miracles informing her curatorial research project on medical immortality. Entry is £5, with proceeds going to support the exhibition that will open in 2016.
Thursday 12 March 2015, 6.30pm, Phoenix Brighton, 10-14 Waterloo Place, Brighton.

All of the above are taken from a-n’s Events listings section, featuring events posted by a-n’s members

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