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EXHIBITION & EVENTS ARCHIVE
Venue: Alexia Goethe Gallery, 7 Dover Street, London, W1S 4LD.
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Contemporary Art Society in partnership with Castlefield Gallery will host an evening of Speed-date Networking for contemporary art curators, artists and collectors.
Lead artists: Camilla Brueton, Deej Fabyc, Joanna Callaghan and Paula Roush
The Kinship International Strategy on Surveillance and Suppression is a five-part exhibition project directed and facilitated by Camilla Brueton, Joanna Callaghan, Deej Fabyc and Paula Roush with guest artists, exploring notions of surveillance and suppression in contemporary society. The five elements to the show include a group exhibition, video screening programme, KISSS seminar, re-presentation of the KISSS archive and web presence through the KISSS website and social network. The work responds to the enmeshed control and resistance that permeates everyday life and brings together a repository of tactics and actions that have arisen in artists’ works in reaction to these psychosocial forces.
Dates & Times: Friday 8 – Sunday 10 August 12-6pm, Thursday 14 – Sunday 24 August 12-6pm
Venue: Rhys & Hannah Present, 15 The Arcade, Broadmead, BRISTOL, BS1 3JA.
o p e n e n d e d is part of Castlefield Gallery’s Project Space scheme and is a series of exchange exhibitions initiated by Manchester based artist Maeve Rendle, initially taking place between Manchester, Bristol and London. o p e n e n d e d exhibition 2, is the second part of an exchange between Bristol and Manchester based artists which sees six Manchester based artists exhibiting a self curated show in artist run space Rhys & Hannah Present, Bristol.
Venue: PAD Gallery, 10-14 Market Street, PRESTON, PR1 2AR
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Curated by Sophia Crilly
Artists: Arnis Balcus, Steven Eastwood, Aikaterini Gegisian, Rebecca Lennon, Ellakajsa Nordström, Mika J. Ripatti, Erica Scourti, Lisa Stansbie, Juha van Ingen
Date: Wednesday 10th September 2008
Venue: Castlefield Gallery, 2 Hewitt Street, Knott Mill, Manchester. M15 4GB
Admission: Free Admission. Limited capacity. Booking Required. To book please call Castlefield Gallery on 0161 832 8034 or email email@example.com
Venue: Castlefield Gallery
FREE ADMISSION-BOOKING REQUIRED.
To book please call the gallery on 0161 832 8034 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details and number of places.
A discussion between Shezad Dawood and Amelia Jones addressing the relationship between the live performance and history, between “originals” (such as Hollywood Westerns) and their reenactments as “new” art works.
Castlefield Gallery is pleased to present the new solo project Feature – Image by Shezad Dawood. One of three parts shown in three regions of the UK, the incarnation at Castlefield Gallery includes the 55 minute film Feature and new contextual work that offers the viewer further readings and associations within the structure of the film. Film stills, production and location scouting photographs are put through various processes, including four-colour screen-printing and metallic overlay; a generic landscape image with buffalos is rendered onto canvas by Pakistani film set painters; the printed advert in Art Review for the whole project is reproduced as a light-box display; and edited film footage from an open casting for the film is shown on its own monitor. These images, whether still or moving, act collectively as a mapping device for thinking about the film, from preparations to filming, from post-production to its promotion. They generate clues for decoding the film’s rich layering of references and meaning.
For artranspennine08 Stuart Edmundson has produced a series of flyposters which contain proposals for the public to create a piece of his art work for themselves. The posters will be distributed around the cities of Manchester, Hull and Leeds and available for the public to take away free from selected institutions in each city. Each venue will have their own individually designed poster made especially for the artranspennine08 exhibition. The public are encouraged to collect all three.
Venue: Salford Museum and Art Gallery and the Chapman Gallery
Guest speaker to be announced
Drink a choice of teas from the home countries of the Asia Triennial Manchester 08 artists and join us in discussing the current redevelopments in Salford. Share your views on how the developments impact on the population of Salford – including older and newer communities – and how it affects the environment. After the discussion, participants are welcome to visit Create and Curate, an exhibition at the Chapman Gallery, Salford University, created by young asylum seekers and refugees as part of Refugee Week.
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