‘A Mountain is a Mountain’ features new and existing work by George Chinnery, David John Scarborough, Tom Sewell and Rebecca Wymant as well as work produced in collaboration with the local community. The artists will exhibit ceramics, prints, sculpture, installations and photography, bringing together a range of ideas about the natural world. The title of the show takes inspiration from the Buddhist journey to enlightenment in which man attempts to understand reality, only to come to peace with the natural order of things. As we continue to superimpose our own ideas on to the natural world, nature continues on at it’s own pace. ‘Blue Lily on Orange’ by Rebecca Wymant. © Rebecca Wymant 2019.Currently open
On Friday 11 October we open a new exhibition about how sound is experienced called 'She Makes Music For The Age Of Machines'. Featuring new and existing work by collaborative duo Nathan Bissette and Mateus Domingos, Natasha Brzezicki, Paul Gittins and Emily Hawes the exhibition presents artworks which explores alternative ways of making, organising and experiencing sound. We'll be kicking off at 7pm with drinks and DJ's. Why not join us?Tickets: FREE!
Focusing on the belief that sound can be used as a means by which to pause and contemplate, ‘She Makes Music For The Age Of Machines’ attempts to reconnect us with our environment through listening. The exhibition brings together artists who look outside the mainstream ways of experiencing sound, whether this is through ambient tones, new musical languages or ways of documenting sound. The exhibition will include instruments, sculpture, music, prints and video which will immerse the viewer.Tickets: FREE!