The NewBridge Project

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The view of a gallery space. the floors are wooden, laid on the floor is a quilt, aproximately two meters squared, laid flat in a white frame. the wall behind is paints white with black letters written on. The text is indistinguishable. To the left of this the wall has been painted pink.

Bordered Belonging: An Interview with Izzy Finch

18.03.2024, by Mymona Bibi

A woman with pale skin and red hair, photographed from just below the shoulders, is holding a piece of coal between fingers and thumb of each hand over where her eyes would be. Her arms and shoulders are naked. behind her, out of focus, is a rural landscape.

Alexandra Clod and Karolina Uskakovych: (Re)Grounding

02.11.2023, by Tom Jeffreys

On Our Backs: An Archive

25.01.2017, by Niomi Fitzsimmons Fairweather


25.11.2016, by Liam McCabe

Hidden Civil War

16.10.2016, by Iris Priest

Dan Perjovschi | AV Festival

08.03.2016, by Michaela Hall

Kelvin Brown & Jacob Robinson, The Ten Commandments

01.11.2015, by Claire Lavender

Spotlight: ‘Do we need to grow up’

04.10.2015, by Niomi Fairweather

Nervous Skies: Amelia Bande, Deborah Bower, Mat Fleming and Annette Knol

26.04.2015, by Camilla Irvine-Fortescue

Writers Respond: Kirsten Luckins in response to Sabina Sallis, The Source of Resilience

19.03.2015, by Kirsten Luckins

Steven Dickie: A Hypertrophied Eye


The view of a white walled. gallery space, concrete floor and exposed ceiling. Taking up a large area is a sculpture made from stacks of iron rods. On the wall behind are two black and white images.

Lara Almarcegui – The Last Coal Extraction in Newcastle, The NewBridge Project

17.03.2014, by Rachel McDermott