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Micha Eden Erdész: ‘So Near Far’

Newlon Housing Trust commissioned Artist Micha Eden Erdész in 2011 to create ‘So Near Far’ at their London flagship site Ashburton Triangle, on the periphery of a major London sports venue in Holloway. ‘So Near Far’ was devised in relation […]

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Group Show: ‘The Liminal Phase’

‘The Liminal Phase’ co-curated by Micha Eden Erdész and Rebecca Jewell Supported by Stadium Capital Holdings, Arsenal Regeneration Team, Florence Trust, Royal College of Art, Institute of Ideas, The Big Draw, Targetti, Howden, ADI Solutions & Audiovisual, Ham and High, […]

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Ross Fleming, 'Flemings Lemons', 2020, installation view. Photo; Richard Taylor
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Flemings Lemons

A prematurely-shut participatory installation by Renfrewshire-based artist Ross Fleming, which included ingredients such as Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), lemons, condoms, and badges in transparent goodie bags.

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Still Life: Caroline Wendling at Kettle’s Yard

‘I search always for this stillness, which penetrates our fullest activity and even our sleep’ [Jim Ede] The absence of a visible kitchen at Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge is a startling omission in a house which is otherwise convincingly domestic: […]

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Kite Circus

An exhibition of 13 abstract, non-objective, geometric and reductive artists.

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Anatomy of Loss

Exploring ideas of materiality and absence through a combination of sculpture, drawing and text.

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CATCH 22, Logically Unacceptable Conclusions

The debut solo show of artist Dan Southward, a multidisciplinary creative currently based in Stoke-on-Trent. His practice sits somewhere between the worlds of fine art, graffiti, photography and installation.

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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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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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