Turning Over @ Art Systems Wickham

EXHIBITIONTurning OverCaelli Jo Brooker, Alison Smith and Ahn WellsFriday 18 November – Sunday 27 November 2016  |  Art Systems WickhamOFFICIAL OPENING: Saturday 19 November, from 3pmTurning Over features new work by three Newcastle based artists Caelli Jo Brooker, Alison Smith and Ahn Wells, whose recent explorations into sculpture, photo media and painting have prompted the group to exhibit together. The exhibition’s title references multiple thematic aspects of the work for exhibition through evoking the turn from day to night, and from two to three dimensions, as well as the shift towards spherical structures, diurnal cycles and expanded scales of focus. Turning Over also represents the amount of both calendar…

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Mapping Collaboration exhibition – 310 NXrd London

EXHIBITIONMapping Collaboration: a participatory art project18 – 21 February 2015 | 310 NXrd Gallery, Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, UKMapping Collaboration is a participatory exhibition by Yvette Sullivan and myself that examines creative collaboration and the values of working together.We are interested in how creative collaboration might be imagined from a shared creative community perspective, and how our values for collaboration could be visually expressed, incorporated and mapped. Using the DeleuzoGuattarian rhizome as a structural/non-structural metaphor to explore the non-hierarchical nature of shared experience and collaboration, we hope to map and document contributions to a collective visualisation of the shifting visual…

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marked difference @ shopfront

www.shopfrontgallerynewcastle.com'Marked Difference' 2012, monotype, ink, oil, acrylic, crayon, thread, paper, card and chenille sticks (photography: Alison Smith)'Marked Difference' 2012, monotype, ink, oil, acrylic, crayon, thread, paper, card and chenille sticks (photography: Alison Smith)'Marked Difference' 2012, monotype, ink, oil, acrylic, crayon, thread, paper, card and chenille sticks (photography: Alison Smith)

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re@d

Watt Space GalleriesNovember 2010read: (verb used without object) to read or peruse written or printed matterread: (noun) an act or instance of readingread: (verb) the past tense and past participle of readred: (noun) any of various colors resembling the color of blood; the primary color at one extreme end of the visible spectrumThis installation examined the drawn image, its interpretation, manifestation, reproduction and significance in the digital age.re@d 2010 (installation detail) scanner, data projector, shredded drawings, scanner, projection, size variablere@d 2010 (installation detail) scanner, data projector, shredded drawings, scanner, projection, size variable 

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