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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

The five performers captured moving together, four upright with pained expressions on their faces, they seem to be crying, and a fifth performer in light orange shirt is kneeling on the floor in front of them.

Seke Chimutengwende: It Begins in Darkness

15.11.2023, by Chantal Oakes

Inside the hall t Aviva Studios a crowd of people in front of a long white catwalk., with an LED sign above that reads FREE YOUR MIND, everything lit up blue

Free Your Mind

23.10.2023, by Lawrence Dunn

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

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

Three large otherworldly sculptures stand on geometric plinths in a gallery with dark carpeted floor. Behind them lay amorphous floor cushions in dark blue and green. The backdrop to the scene is a large corner projection showing the alien-like creatures depicted in the sculptures come to life in a familiar yet strange world.

Sahej Rahal: Mythmachine

30.01.2023, by Laura Clarke

photo of a man and child talking beside windows looking out over a town

Lookout

16.06.2022, by Josh Coates

A gallery space with six flags on poles in a circle. The flags are made from fabric, ribbons and recycled materials. Mounted on the wall behind, a video shows a figure holding a flag on a beach.

Andrew Omoding: Welcome to Me, Scarborough. To See and Hold My Work

09.06.2022, by Joanna Jowett

Image showing performance discussed in the article

GREY AREA

16.03.2022, by James Harper

2 performers stand on a slanted board structure holding on with ropes in a white walled gallery space.

The trick is, don’t explain

20.01.2022, by Nicola Singh

Two people lying toe to toe in a field with their knees bent, a blue sky above them.

Freestylers: Everybody with Me, Always

20.12.2021, by Kate Liston

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

Satelliser - a dance for the gallery, at Baltic

J Neve Harrington: Satelliser – a dance for the gallery

08.11.2021, by Kate Liston

A documentary photograph of the workshop being discussed showing the artist Youcef Hadjazi and workshop participants

Trauma Then, Trauma Now: Performing Trauma

04.11.2021, by Mymona Bibi

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

James Thompson and Samra Mayanja performing 'Recording Performance II — Memorial to Queen Victoria statue' in Leeds, 2019.

Commemorative Space: Artist reflections on monumentality in Leeds

01.04.2021, by Emii Alrai, Simeon Barclay, Samra Mayanja, Jill McKnight and James Thompson; ed. Rebecca Senior

LOITER

14.02.2021, by Natalie Bradbury

A person in a mauve bodysuit stands in a living room with purple walls. Behind them are shelves with objects, to the side is a wooden dresser with shelves, a framed print, an old style gas fire topped with a potted plant.

Magnetic North: direction of travel at Compass Live Art

15.12.2020, by Pamela Crowe

Three people from Side by Side community drama group look through a wooden frame.

The show must go on: The reinvention of Migration Matters Festival

02.07.2020, by Evie Muir

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

People gathered in a light-filled gallery for a performance.

In their own words: New Contemporaries artists on using language in their practice

20.01.2020, by Lara Eggleton

A black artist or performer stands at a microphone and music stand, their arms are flung wide. The background is white.

Call it what you like. Art as words, spoken and heard

21.11.2019, by Amelia Crouch

A gallery space with white walls and a wooden floor. Works can be seen hung on the walls. The seated audience look towards a person lay on the floor, reading, dressed in all grey.

In response to changing practice: New Writing with New Contemporaries

An insider report on Corridor8's collaboration with New Contemporaries, and the growing need to support artists working with language

18.09.2019, by Holly Grange

Eileen Simpson and Ben White: Open Music Archive

12.08.2019, by Claire Walker

A photograph of a group of women, all standing with their hands covering their mouths.

Chloë Brown: A Soft Rebellion in Paradise

16.06.2019, by Holly Grange

A black and white image of a body in the crab position. The back of their head and arms are visible to the viewer, while the rest of their body is foreshortened. Protruding from their body, and extending up onto the walls, are black fabric strings.

Senga Nengudi

28.10.2018, by Rachel Graves

The word 'Worth' written in bold font. Each letter appears to have been cut out of paper money, different denominations for each letter.

Lady Kitt: WORTH

26.10.2018, by Sarah Davies

A view of a darkened room, with an artist's film projected on the back wall.

Harriet Rickard: Poor Image Projects

27.07.2018, by Anna Ratcliffe

Helen Shaddock Word South Shields

Helen Shaddock: Themselves Here Together

16.06.2018, by Sarah Davies

A still from a film showing a person's face among a pile of hay and grasses. Their expression is pained.

Daria Martin: A Hunger Artist

19.04.2018, by Lucy Holt

Doremi Artist Residency and Open Weekend 2017

04.12.2017, by Sam Pickett

Portrait of a white man with white hair and moustache, wearing a denim jacket. Adorning his jacket and on a headband are four hands made from neon.

Michael Flechtner: Animating Neon

28.11.2017, by Lisa-Marie Dickinson

Lindsey Bull and Plastique Fantastique

03.08.2017, by Nathalie Mayer

A person sits on a bench in a darkened gallery space. Works on the wall are just visible behind them.

Approaching Nocturne

01.08.2017, by Karen Tobias-Green

A view of the exterior of a university building. A sculptural work spells out: 'we need to talk' across the front and steps.

So What of the Future

02.07.2017, by Saffron Ward