‘What is Gallery Good For?’ (a week of one-day events not answering the above)

5 – 10 March
12 – 6 pm with a private view 6 – 9 pm each evening

Tuesday 5 March
Transit 5  – Nick Dawes -  ‘prop/angle/pour’
new painting
artist’s talk 7 pm
Colour and text appropriated from the Highway Code relocated within the language of High Modernist abstraction.

Thursday 7 March
img – txt – msg
on World Book Day – a show of work that uses and abuses text
with
Kate Lyddon, Will Cruickshank, Keran James, Richard Bateman, Matthew Herring, Alex Bowen, Stuart Barnes, Christopher Bond, Nigel Grimmer, Patrick Galway, Daniel Devlin, Richard Webb, Stephen Harwood and Laura Morrison

Friday 8 March
Group exhibition and group crit curated by Stephanie Moran

Saturday 9 March
‘FROM SLAPSTICK TO HORROR’
a Film Show curated by Jim Hobbs and Louise Colbourne
The portrayal and use of physicality on screen from the comedy of slapstick to scenes more closely aligned to horror.
The screening includes artist¹s film and video as well as excerpts from vintage cinematic footage of Laurel and Hardy, Buster Keaton among others.

Sunday 10 March
Sunday 10 March
‘IMG-TXT-MSG 12 – 3
then at
3pm ‘It’s Only Words…’
in the context of the exhibition ‘IMG – TXT – MSG’, a short introductory talk about his work by Stephen Harwood followed by a discussion on the use and misuse of text in art.