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Coexistence

‘Coexistence’ is a call for ‘empathy and solidarity that transcends species’ and features works that reflect on issues of humans’ relationship with nature and critique an anthropocentric worldview.

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Alex Impey, -gnostic cautery

“how… do you add something that is also a subtraction, construct the irreducible, disappear and don’t… [and remain] forever incomplete?”, Martin Herbert from ‘Tell Them I Said No’, Sternberg Press, Berlin, page 92, on the artist Christopher D’Arcangelo (1955-1979)   […]

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Sea Garden

A group show inspired by the museum’s seaweed collection, illuminating one of the hidden roles of women in scientific research.

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See Emily(s) Play

A review of Exxxtteeenssioon by Emily Roderick & Emily Warner
Curated by Alex Billingham for Vivid Live, 2nd August 2019

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L’Atelier de l’Observatoire, The Collective Museum

‘The Collective Museum: Citizen project for a museum of collective memory’, a new exhibition from L’Atelier de l’Observatoire, a Casablanca-based contemporary art organisation at Collective is a proposal on the precariousness of individual, collective and institutional memory, the vulnerabilities of […]

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New Magical Realism

‘New Magical Realism’ curated by Micha Eden Erdész (Image of work by Anton Cotteleer) More images: https://www.a-n.co.uk/reviews/new-magical-realism/ Supported by the City of Munich September 7 – 30 September 2019, The Minories Galleries, Colchester School of Art, GB Fia Cielen, Anton Cotteleer, […]

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A long engagement –

An exhibition exploring themes of colour, painting and abstraction:
Featuring: Louisa Chambers, Terry Shave, Sheila Ravnkilde, Ryan Heath, Carole Hawthorne, Rob Hart and Lois Gardner Sabet.

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Bus Lane Archaeology

A conversation about the exhibition with Nicole Mollett and the artists Sew N Sew, Mary Hearne and Jakub Rokita.

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B-Wing

A programme of site-responsive artworks in the spaces of B-Wing, Shepton Prison

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You and Me

Will Hughes solo show, work made on residency at Spike Island, Bristol, and funded by prize money from the Kenneth Armitage Sculpture Prize, which they won in 2018.

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