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A white walled gallery space lit up green, on the floor in the foreground stencils for lettering reading WE ARE ALL IN A CYCLE and to the left in the back a ladder, to the right a trolley with buckets of paint

Jo Lathwood: Making Up

07.02.2024, by Jazmine Linklater

A red brick wall with two large screens showing letters like a word search and a futuristic scene of a street with a floating spaceship of gardens above.

TIDAL: Relax into 2050: Artfly

09.01.2024, by Michael Orr

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 short cylindrical tower built of fry stone wall in the outdoors under a blue sky

Julie Brook: What is it That Will Last?

14.12.2023, by Lucy Holt

Orange and white striped wall with towel hanging on rail to the left, broom propped up against the wall to the right

Garth Gratrix: Cheeky Felicia

28.11.2023, by Even Allen

A disc about a meter in diameter, cut from what looks like a dark grey carpet tile is set a few inches from the ground. The disc has brightly coloured squiggles and shapes painted on to it. there is a broken glass and a pink high heeled shoe laying on the top.

Brass Tacks: In the Round

15.11.2023, by Kin

The gallery has white walls and brown wooden floors. A large multicoloured canvas to the right with small monitors against the far back wall and a large black cushion on the floor in the middle of the space.

New Contemporaries 2023

10.11.2023, by mandla

Dark room with red neon text 'I'm Sorry' hanging from the ceiling, reflecting off the floor

Annabel McCourt: I’m Sorry

30.10.2023, by Orla Foster

A construction hoarding on a town centre street pasted with two images from Hutchison's project, showing his zombie sculpture outfit made of black clothes, on the left in front of huge backs presumably full of second hand textiles and on the right in central London.

British Textile Biennial 2023

08.10.2023, by Orla Foster

A gallery space with white painted walls and concrete floor. Light enters the windows along the back wall. There are several artworks in the gallery: a modified pool or snooker table, a sofa and arm chair, a green curtain, and a set of antlers mounted to the wall.

Luke Beech: Winner Breaks First

27.07.2023, by Emma Curd

Two hands touch a knitted blanket. The blanket is cream with blue woven text. The only word that can be made out is 'HELGA'.

Memorial Gestures

13.07.2023, by Alice Bradshaw

A metal bridge over pools of water in a metal foor

TIDAL: Troubled Waters by Stine Deja

10.07.2023, by James McColl

Layers of white gauze fabric hanging in a gallery, printed with images of skeletal grey trees.

We Live, Like Trees, Inside the Footsteps of Our Ancestors

07.07.2023, by Sylvia Carpenter

A washing line with white clothing hanging, in front of a brick wall

TIDAL: Zoe Forster, Mel Galley & Nuria Rovira

05.07.2023, by Sam Pickett

In a dark room two huge black sculptures of a semicircular shape with a triangular gap at the bottom.

Reversed Cartography: on Liverpool Biennial 2023

29.06.2023, by Marjorie H. Morgan

In the centre of the space is a long black carpet with multicoloured patterns, and three clothed dressmaker's mannequins.

Late and Soon: A Conversation About Margaret Harrison and Conrad Atkinson

15.06.2023, by Lauren Velvick & Bernie Velvick

A still from a CGI video essay. The background is black with small white lines marking out space, and navigation tools at the side of the screen. A 3D model of a mountain is in the centre, with green plants growing among white and grey rock.

Kyriaki Goni: Data Garden

18.03.2023, by Alasdair Milne

A wall-mounted monitor with a southeast Asian person onscreen, under the number 2632 painted on the wall

Practise Till We Meet

02.03.2023, by Sunshine Wong

A black and white film still, in which a figure is starting to ascend a staircase in a south London tower block.

Jerwood/FVU Awards: Soojin Chang & Michael.

21.01.2023, by Tessa Norton

A low-lit gallery space with industrial looking structures

Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley and Josèfa Ntjam

13.01.2023, by Claire Walker

A film still showing a dark-skinned hand holding a yellow buttercup

breathe, spirit and life 呼吸、靈魂與生命

14.12.2022, by Katie Shirley

Gallery walls with two prints and the exhibition title and wall text

THERE-THEN-HERE-NOW

09.12.2022, by Michael D'Este

An igloo shaped hut made of wooden logs in the middle of a white walled gallery space

Richard Harris: Being Here

11.11.2022, by Sam Pickett

Wooden sculptures depicting sheet face masks in a low-lit gallery space.

My Garden, My Sanctuary

16.09.2022, by Denise Courcoux

Photograph of child sitting on box in the installation ‘The Seeing Hands’ (2022) by Katie Schwab.

Are You Messin’?

07.09.2022, by Laura Biddle

A vertical screen showing a figure in a medieval-inspired dress, framed in a pixelated arch. To the right is a doorframe filled with perspex clouds held together in a grille structure. Behind is a computer terminal and a hanging painted curtain.

Ronnie Danaher: iConfess

06.08.2022, by Zara Worth

Three seated figures made from plywood, on each figure a plant is growing. Painted on the gallery wall behind are human-animal figures transforming into plants.

Survey II

19.05.2022, by Orla Foster

a photo of a dark seaside in low tide with stormy skies

Aristotle Roufanis: Worlds Apart

03.03.2022, by Even Allen

An image of a drawing on brown, distressed paper suspended by wires on top and gripped with hand-like clasps on the bottom.

Lily Lavorato and Amelia Wood: A Passing Place

02.12.2021, by Holly Grange

The artist stands beside a sculpture by Barbara Hepworth on a plinth, lifting her arm to touch it with her elbow; behind a coastal landscape on a sunny day..

YSI artist spotlight: Claye Bowler and Nwando Ebizie

10.11.2021, by Hatty Nestor

A group of collaged scenes depicting rural scenes displayed upon a white surface. In the foreground one of these scenes is in focus, it shows a white field with figures and a piece of industrial machinery alongside stylised plantlike forms on the left, in the centre of the collage is a barren looking field and on the right is a photographic image of a sheep.

Gemma Burditt: Future Landscapes

14.10.2021, by Caro Fentiman

An image showing the full installation from a central perspective, with a grouping of sculptures and a clear view of the glass ceiling.

James Thompson: Spatial Drifts

23.09.2021, by Orla Foster

Expanded Interiors Restaged

Expanded Interiors: Re-Staged

27.08.2021, by Grace Denton

Close up of section of the Installation, Multispecies Visionary Institute by Sabina Sallis at Gymnasium Gallery.

Sabina Sallis: Multispecies Visionary Institute

19.08.2021, by Michele Allen