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A roll of perforated orange plastic in front of a tent-like structure made from aluminium tubing

Katrina Cowling: Near to the Wild Heart

06.11.2023, by Saffron Ward

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 draped piece of white knitted fabric is pinned against a white wall by a silver scaffold pole.

Jenny Beard and Connor Shields: Middle of The Road

28.11.2022, by Anonymous

A plastic bag filled with soil sits in the middle of 4 concentric circles made of pieces of dried corn and beans.

Marwa Arsanios: Who Is Afraid of Ideology?

12.07.2022, by Jessica Piette

A black and white image showing crossed legs and an elbow. The image is zoomed in so the flesh might be rocks or pebbles.

Shuttered: Short Reflections on Closed Exhibitions

28.03.2020, by various contributors

A gallery space with several TV screens showing artist films. Benches can be seen in the background.

Empathic viewing in Mieke Bal’s Don Quichotte: Sad Countenances

28.02.2020, by Jaroslava Tomanova

Two people stand inside a large inflatable artwork in shades of yellow and pink.

Michael Shaw: INF23

16.09.2019, by Karen Tobias-Green

An installation in a gallery, with white walls and floor. There are several sculptures throughout the room, and two large inflatable panels.

Yoke: Undercurrent

28.02.2019, by Karen Tobias-Green

A white gallery space filled with sculptures and visitors.

Who’s Seen Jerome?

06.02.2019, by Saffron Ward

A gallery space with white walls and chequered floor. Several artworks are hung on the wall and a few are on the floor.

No Two People: Andrew Lister & Rosie Vohra

18.11.2017, by Liam McCabe

Two works hung in a gallery with pale blue walls and wooden floor. Both artworks depict figures, on the left a figure in grey and on the right a figure in pink and blue costume.

Laurence Figgis: (After) After

06.09.2017, by Karen Tobias-Green