TANGLE
Sep
11
to Oct 1

TANGLE

Tangle is South West England’s African Caribbean Theatre Company. We celebrate the work of artists of African, Caribbean and more than 50 other heritages. Our work integrates, asserts and celebrates their brilliant contribution to UK theatre, particularly in rural areas where there is little inter-cultural interface.

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LOST SENSES
Aug
7
to Sep 5

LOST SENSES

LOST SENSES is a living space for encounters, open every day to everyone. Revisiting the exhibition as format and exploring the gallery space as a fluid cultural site, artists and practitioners will work in close relation with people reorganising the self’s relation to perception. The purpose is to create new collective experiences and ways to actively participate in everyday life. The notion of direct material experience in modernity has fallen into a semantic crisis, which does not leave enough space for live moments of embodiment.

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Laboratory of Dark Matters
Apr
1
to Apr 30

Laboratory of Dark Matters

Laboratory of Dark Matters is a response by artists to scientific investigations into the unknown nature of the universe. Through a programme of exhibitions, workshops, talks and discussions it invites everyone driven by curiosity to explore fundamental questions about matter and consciousness. 

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Touch Sensitive
Mar
20
to Mar 26

Touch Sensitive

Touch Sensitive is a series of individual art events, exploring representations of “female” bodies by dismantling the body as a category or “whole” and creating open channels for discourse. The body can be imagined as a database, a store accessible in various ways. Each iteration in the series is an entry into this vast, every increasing database through the concept of touch.

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Cassiopeia
Nov
1
to Nov 28

Cassiopeia

We are a group of five artists whose work clusters around overlapping research interests. Taking as our starting point Kenneth Goldsmith’s suggestion in that artists show their research material as work instead of the work itself, we are proposing a show which foregrounds our research practice, using it to demonstrate links between our studio pieces that would not otherwise be immediately apparent. 

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Tangle
Oct
17
to Oct 30

Tangle

Tangle is South West England’s African Caribbean Theatre Company. We celebrate the work of artists of African, Caribbean and more than 50 other heritages.

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SECRET AGENT
Jan
15
5:00 PM17:00

SECRET AGENT

Secret Agent is a group exhibition composed from the viewpoint of feminist authorship in contemporary art practices. The artists in the exhibition actively challenge the institutional structure of history and patriarchal authority – and imagine alternative narratives, often through the specificity of lens-based media. 

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Nov
3
3:30 PM15:30

Guest Editions

Guest Projects is pleased to announce the launch of Guest Editions, a series of 5 prints by a selection of curators and artists involved with the space: Bob and Roberta Smith, Bjorn Veno, Doug Fishbone, Sarah Baker and Mary Yacoob.

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I'm Not Done
Sep
2
to Sep 29

I'm Not Done

I’m Not Done is a project instigated by conversations between Kathrin Bonnar and Cherelle Sappleton. The exhibitions and events developed from the project look curiously at the process of art making; thinking about decision making processes, identity and authorship, and ask artists to exhibit work and concepts un-resolved to themselves. 

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Executive Chair
Jan
5
to Jan 31

Executive Chair

The contemporary world presents us with goods and services whose means of production and circulation are often taken for granted by the end user. How are power relations reproducing meanings and discourses in the workplace and how is this reflected within human communication in general?

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AFRORETRO School of Uganglish
Oct
6
to Oct 31

AFRORETRO School of Uganglish

AFRORETRO is a cultural fusion fashion brand, created by British Ugandan sisters. We take the best of both our homes; London and Kampala to create unique fashion pieces that reflect our background without harming the planet or it's inhabitants. 

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