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A woman lies on a soft-looking, red blanket on the floor in the middle of a railway concourse; a commuter carrying a rolling suitcase steps over her.

Helen Stratford: Public S/Pacing

10.07.2024, by Debbie Rolls

Detail of a graffiti-style collage work of art

Some Assembly Required

06.06.2024, by Lesley Guy

A textile work with text reading 'I'M TENDING TO MY GRIEF'

Grief Must Be Love with Nowhere to Go: In Conversation with Emily Simpson and Chris Alton

11.03.2024, by Amelia Crouch

Four screens in a dark room show characters in brightly coloured costumes against a starry sky

Eelyn Lee & Collaborators: Four Quadrants of the Sky 四大神獸

08.01.2024, by Emma Bolland

A blue transporter bridge over a stretch of river in an industrial area.

People Powered: Stories from the River Tees

27.09.2023, by Steve Spithray

Several pairs of hands reach for plants and gloves during a gardening session.

Around you the landscape lies transfigured: Arts Catalyst’s home and garden in Sheffield

24.05.2023, by Linda Pittwood

Four people are seated in front of a large projection screen at Brighton CCA Dorset Place; they are silhouetted in a darkened room. On the screen is a still image from 632700, showing an red and green abstract pattern around the edge, a central white circular band with a photograph of a den made from sticks in the woods inside the circle, a drawing of red and blue flowers in the bottom right, and a drawing of a person painting a landscape scene on canvas in the bottom left.

Anne-Marie Atkinson: ‘632700’

29.03.2023, by Michael Orr

A gallery space full of people standing around the edges, some sitting on cushions on the floor. There are people of all ages and genders and colours. Everyone is applauding and smiling.

x3 presents Abundance

22.03.2023, by Laura Biddle

A fragmented still from a film is reflected in dark liquid seeping on the gallery floor. The reflected image is upside down, but it shows a person with their eyes shut and mouth open.

Lou Lou Sainsbury: Earth is a Deadname

07.03.2023, by Even Allen

A wall with wood panelling in the lower half. On the upper half a collection of photographs, collages and drawings are arranged, with gold painted arrows and symbols connecting them.

Emily Hesse: The Witches’ Institution (W.I.)

27.07.2022, by Joanna Byrne

A large, high ceilinged gallery space with a polished pine floor. Large colourful abstract paintings cover most of the wall space. In one section of the gallery are hung small framed photographs.

Glaucus and Scylla: A Collaborative Painting Project

23.06.2022, by Christie Yung-hei Chan

Photograph showing audience interaction with the tracing screen described in the article.

Convenience Gallery: In Cahoots

15.04.2022, by Reece Griffiths

A computer generated or enhanced microscopic image of human tissue. light pink and purple strands, knotty and with fine tendrils seem to float in a dark blue space. the microbial strands glow with a mysterious light and stand out against the murky backdrop. Similar material is floating in the background, out of focus. The image is etherial and fantastical.

One Cell At A Time

10.12.2021, by Christie Yung-hei Chan

Satelliser - a dance for the gallery, at Baltic

J Neve Harrington: Satelliser – a dance for the gallery

08.11.2021, by Kate Liston

An image of wooden block engraved in upper case letters are arranged in a short stack. They say: 'Whisper a secret to something. See if they whisper back?'.

Idit Nathan and Helen Stratford: Further Afield

14.10.2021, by Joanna Jowett

A person's face wrapped in a face mask and bandages, with their hair covered by a cap. Two hands hold either side of their face to massage it.

Taus Makhacheva: Hold Your Horses

16.03.2020, by Pamela Crowe

A painting of a tent or white marquee surrounded by water.

A City That Welcomes Art: Three Sheffield artists reflect on winning major prizes

28.02.2020, by Orla Foster

Continuation and/or duration

08.12.2019, by Michael Orr

Happy Ending

02.11.2019, by Daniel Newsham

A large sculptural form filling up a gallery space. The form is made of plywood, card and scrap materials. The walls of the gallery are bright red. the floor is grey.

TOTALLER: TOT-TOT-TOTALALAZOLA!

26.02.2019, by Christopher Little

A white gallery space filled with sculptures and visitors.

Who’s Seen Jerome?

06.02.2019, by Saffron Ward

A City of Two Tales (Leeds to Manchester)

10.05.2018, by Jordan Harrison-Twist

Making, A Life: The Peter Hodgson Retrospective, with Peter and friends

20.02.2018, by Claire Walker

A large fabric wall covering in shades of green, blue and red. The shapes of animals can be made out. On the floor in front are small sculptures, and other works can be seen hung on the walls of the room.

Jill & Josh & Their Dead Petz

06.01.2018, by Saffron Ward

The ‘thinking-business’

17.05.2017, by Laura Rushton

An abstract work made up mainly of two pink rectangles with a blue and yellow detail at the bottom edge.

PISIN: Works from the Carl Mooncalf Collection

04.03.2017, by Lisa-Marie Dickinson

PRISM – Lionel Dobie Project, The SWAYS Bunker

19.09.2013