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Past Exhibitions & Events

Shona Illingworth: Balnakiel

17 February - 04 April 2009

Shona Illingworth is known for her powerful and evocative video and sound installations. In this, her most ambitious work to date, the artist returns to the place in which she grew up - the remote community and former radar base of Balnakiel, on...
David Ward: Slow Time

25 November - 31 January 2009

Slow Time presents a selection of over 100 works by British artist David Ward (b. 1951), made over the last forty years. Ward is most widely known for his photographic and light works of the 1980s, performances later in that decade and...
Jay Bolotin: The Jackleg Testament Part I: Jack & Eve and other works

16 September - 01 November 2008

The Jackleg Testament Part I: Jack & Eve is a one-of-a-kind motion picture derived from the crisply styled woodcuts of Kentucky-born Jay Bolotin (b.1949). The film reinterprets the story of Adam and Eve as a dark, provocative tale in which...
Juan Bolivar: Geometry Wars

01 July - 30 August 2008

 "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of...
O.G.S. Crawford

23 April - 14 June 2008

Osbert Guy Stanhope Crawford (1886 – 1957) was a field archaeologist who pioneered aerial photography after seeing its potential in the First World War. He was the first Archaeology Officer at the Ordnance Survey in Southampton, and lived...
Stuart Brisley: Crossings

12 February - 05 April 2008

Crossings offers a compelling account of two famous 20th century maritime tragedies, the sinking of RMS Titanic in 1912 and MV Estonia in 1994. The exhibition features new works by British artist Stuart Brisley. Touching Black Ice is a sound...
Port City: On Mobility and Exchange

27 November - 26 January 2008

Port City explores the relationship between global sea trade, slavery and the migration of people today. Traditionally ports have been seen as gateways to a wider world, representing points of contact between different countries and cultures,...
Live Art On Camera

18 September - 10 November 2007

Live Art on Camera reveals the work of photographers who documented seminal performance art events from the 1950s to the present in Europe, the United States and Japan. These events (often experienced live by only a small audience) are primarily...
North + South

03 July - 01 September 2007

National identity has never been more hotly debated. The relationship between Britain, its constituent elements and its people dominates both the media and party politics. North + South is an unprecedented collaborative project that...
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