CURATED WORKS

Exhibition: Imagination of Matter

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Monica Ross photographed by Bernard G Mills

Date: 18 January – 1 March 2014 Artists involved: Mikhail Karikis, Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen, Uriel Orlow, Annika Ström, Suzanne Treister, Paula Jackson and Robert Teed. Summary: An exhibition for Monica Ross, exploring themes of otherness, difference, and remembrance.

Still from Memoria film by Paula Jackson and Robert Teed
Still from Memoria: Berlin, by Paula Jackson and Robert Teed

Exhibition: Jake Attree: The City, the Gardens and the People

Jake Attree's 'Extensive View of Yorkl', 12'x6', 2006
Jake Attree’s ‘Extensive View of Yorkl’, 12’x6′, 2006

Date:  14 September – 24 October 2013 Artists involved: Jake Attree Summary: An exhibition of new works by a prominent regional artist inspired by a city and its people.

Installation shot of Jake Attree exhibition, curated by Jackson and Teed
Installation shot of Jake Attree exhibition, curated by Jackson and Teed

Exhibition: The Stall of Gathered Economies (Part 1)

Installation shot of John Newling's Stall of Gathered Economies, curated by Jackson and Teed
Installation shot of John Newling’s Stall of Gathered Economies, curated by Jackson and Teed

Artists involved: John Newling Date: May 2013 Summary: The ‘Stall of Gathered Economies’ brings into differing relations many objects that Newling has deployed over 20 years of installations that review ‘social capital’ and ideas of an ‘ecology of place’ through transactions with and through people as participants in the work. From gilded calves to a lottery machine each object sits in relation to the other within the frame of a market stall; all gathered together in a complex set of conversations both material and metaphoric.

John Newling (detail)
John Newling (detail)

Exhibition: Transformation

Jo Shapcott posing for press shots with Helen Chadwick's 'Piss Flowers' at the opening of Transformation.
Jo Shapcott posing for press shots with Helen Chadwick’s ‘Piss Flowers’ at the opening of Transformation.

Date: 15 November – 21 December 2012 Artists involved: Helen Chadwick, Jo Shapcott, Joseph Hartley, Laura McGrath, Jackson and Teed. Summary: An exhibition combining sculpture, poetry and interdisciplinary arts that centres on Helen Chadwick’s Piss Flowers and new poetry commissioned from Jo Shapcott in response. At the heart of Transformation is the exploration of a very specific artistic idea: how does art – be that sculpture, poetry, or the blurred boundaries in between – transform experience and convey the joy of a single moment?

Installation shot from Transformation, curated by Jackson and Teed
Installation shot from Transformation, curated by Jackson and Teed
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