3.11 A Point of No Return
An exhibition of artworks by the artist collective Fukushima Mon Amour that deal with the consequences of the nuclear disaster that took place in March 2011. Presented by Art Action UK, the UK collective that provides residencies for artists making work about the Fukushima disaster, and White Conduit Projects, the exhibition will also host a fundraising auction on 11 March to support further AAUK projects.
Until 25 March 2018, White Conduit Project, 1 White Conduit Street, London N1 9EL.
Natural:History (a fable of progress)
A 21st century tree-drawing machine and a memorial to lost species feature among the works presented by artists Richard Dawson and Jacqui Symons in this joint exhibition that looks at humankind’s impact on the natural world and the era of the Anthropocene.
10 March – 2 June 2018, Gallery Oldham, Greaves Street, Oldham OL1 1AL.
Using sculpture, immersive video and virtual reality with somatic exercises and brainwave monitoring, David Checkley, Sarah Walden and Coral Manton lead a workshop that allows participants to consider more deeply the way cognitive interruption is experienced by neurodivergent individuals.
Thursday 15 March 2018, Digital Humanities Hub, European Research Institute, University of Birmingham B15 2SD.
An exhibition of works by Leah Higgins and Helen Conway who each consider the industrial and social heritage of St Helens within their mixed-media and textile works. Higgins focuses on man-made structures that cut through the landscape, have been abandoned or no longer exist, while Conway uses a combination of maps, text and graffiti to chart her family’s history of living, working and going to war from St Helens.
17 March – 4 May 2018, Gallery One, The World of Glass, Chalon Way East, St Helens, Merseyside WA10 1BX.
All of the above are taken from a-n’s Events listings section, featuring events posted by a-n’s members
1. You Kawakubo, film still. Image: Yoi Kawakubo / Fukushima Mon Amour
2. Richard Dawson, Sketch for a chair for a giraffe
3. Leah Higgins, Sherdley Road