Aspex Gallery, The Vulcan, PO1 3BF
Monday 01 October 2018 – Thursday 31 October 2019
22 - 28 April
Being IN [landscape] seminar 2 in collaboration with Rock Jam: Landscape Sandpit
Studio A, Performance Centre, Falmouth University
Friday 26 April, 10:00 - 18:30
Please join us for the second CAZ being IN [landscape] seminar which aims to explore and discuss the key shift in contemporary practice from depicting landscape to communicating the experience of being in the landscape.
This seminar will be delivered alongside Rock Jam: Landscape Sandpit, the Falmouth University, Performance Centre and Articulating Space Research Group's research project which explores ways of articulating and making sense of changing landscapes through located arts practice and research.
Here's to another 10, LOW PROFILE
Saturday 20 April, 14:00 - 18:00
Join LOW PROFILE to celebrate the grand unveiling of their new book. The event will include the chance to view a one-day exhibition, get your hands on a free copy of the publication and experience a whole host of performances by the book s contributors curated by LOW PROFILE. Performances by LOW PROFILE, Barry Sykes, Hunt & Darton and The Fictional Dog Shelf Theatre Company.
Film Studies: And Now My Voice Enters Your System, Louisa Fairclough
Saturday 13 April 2013 – Sunday 21 April 2013
Preview: Friday 12 April 18:00 - 20:00
Artist’s talk: Thursday 18 April 19:00 - 21:00
Opening hours: Saturday & Sunday, 11:00 - 16:00, weekdays by appointment
INDEX is delighted to present a new 16mm film installation – work in progress – by Louisa Fairclough.
Louisa Fairclough’s practice includes film, sound, drawing and performance. Her work addresses the materiality of film and is often poignant and personal.
From the projector a ribbon of film threads across the room and loops back to the machine. The filmstrip cuts through the space – a line of emotion, voice made material – the gallery becoming a poetic moment. In these works the projector rejects it’s principal function and refuses to emit image and instead the machines intone whispered, spoken and sung phrases – each loop a rumination.
Fairclough has worked once again with actor Nancy Trotter Landry and sound recordist George Richards using the voice as a key element in the work to transmit a powerful sonic register. The filmstrips slice through the gallery to create kinetic and audible drawings that resonate throughout the space.
Records of Garden Keeping, Sebastian Jefford
Friday 05 April 2013 – Saturday 20 April 2013
Preview: Thursday 4 April, 19:00 - 21:00
Opening hours: Thursday - Saturday, 12:00 - 17:00
Sebastian Jefford’s exhibition is the fourth instalment in the gallery's Regional Interference exhibition cycle, profiling the most exciting emerging artists working in the South West of England.
For Records of Garden Keeping, Jefford mixes references to ancient advice on the creation of Japanese Zen gardens with visual devices from the creation of catalogue images to create a meditation on our desire relationships with objects and the dance of anticipation and disappointment that is woven around this by the all pervading presence of digital imagery.
Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.
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