Category Archives: Exhibitions

Here Comes a New Challenger

Here Comes a New Challenger was an exhibition featuring video interviews relating to the 2D arcade game Street Fighter II and the closure of two key London game arcades, Trocadero and Casino.

Here Comes a New Challenger

Here Comes a New Challenger was an exhibition featuring video interviews relating to the 2D arcade game Street Fighter II and the closure of two key London game arcades, Trocadero and Casino.

Simeon Barclay: They Don’t Like it Up ‘Em

For his first solo exhibition in London, Leeds-based multidisciplinary artist Simeon Barclay presented They Don’t Like It Up ‘Em.

Simeon Barclay: They Don’t Like it Up ‘Em

For his first solo exhibition in London, Leeds-based multidisciplinary artist Simeon Barclay presented They Don’t Like It Up ‘Em.

Manon de Boer: An Experiment in Leisure

For her solo exhibition at Cubitt Gallery, Manon de Boer presented An Experiment in Leisure, a compelling new 16mm film work exploring the link between free time and creativity, between leisure and the kind of imaginative contemplation it facilitates.

Manon de Boer: An Experiment in Leisure

For her solo exhibition at Cubitt Gallery, Manon de Boer presented An Experiment in Leisure, a compelling new 16mm film work exploring the link between free time and creativity, between leisure and the kind of imaginative contemplation it facilitates.

Louisa Martin: Technical Rehearsal for a Lossless Body

Following research in the fields of atypical perception, the neuroscience of embodiment, and autism, London-based multidisciplinary artist Louisa Martin staged an immersive installation at Cubitt Gallery.

Louisa Martin: Technical Rehearsal for a Lossless Body

Following research in the fields of atypical perception, the neuroscience of embodiment, and autism, London-based multidisciplinary artist Louisa Martin staged an immersive installation at Cubitt Gallery.

A Public Resource

Part research tool and part forum, A Public Resource transformed Cubitt Gallery into the setting for the dissemination and support of progressive ideas and nonconformist energies.

A Public Resource

Part research tool and part forum, A Public Resource transformed Cubitt Gallery into the setting for the dissemination and support of progressive ideas and nonconformist energies.

Dean Blunt

Dean Blunt’s solo exhibition at Cubitt Gallery used formal signifiers of redevelopment and metropolitan security systems designed to repel passersby at close proximity.

Dean Blunt

Dean Blunt’s solo exhibition at Cubitt Gallery used formal signifiers of redevelopment and metropolitan security systems designed to repel passersby at close proximity.

Smile Orange

‘Smile Orange’ was a group exhibition of painting, photography and video works that explored dynamics of identity formation (and their reliance on history and memory) from a personal, communal and national perspective. 

Smile Orange

‘Smile Orange’ was a group exhibition of painting, photography and video works that explored dynamics of identity formation (and their reliance on history and memory) from a personal, communal and national perspective. 

Software, Hard Problem

‘Software, Hard Problem’ was a group exhibition that broadly explored artists use of software to surmount aesthetic, philosophical or theoretical problems.

Software, Hard Problem

‘Software, Hard Problem’ was a group exhibition that broadly explored artists use of software to surmount aesthetic, philosophical or theoretical problems.

Letter From Cape Town

‘Letter From Cape Town’, a collaborative project connecting South Africa and the UK, was a one day exhibition that took place on 2 August, 2015.

Letter From Cape Town

‘Letter From Cape Town’, a collaborative project connecting South Africa and the UK, was a one day exhibition that took place on 2 August, 2015.

Simeon Barclay: Where Did It All Go Wrong?

Taking place on 5 July, 2015, ‘Where Did It All Go Wrong?’, was a one-day solo exhibition of work by Leeds-based artist Simeon Barclay.

Simeon Barclay: Where Did It All Go Wrong?

Taking place on 5 July, 2015, ‘Where Did It All Go Wrong?’, was a one-day solo exhibition of work by Leeds-based artist Simeon Barclay.

Alice Khalilova: Broken Tusk

Curated as part of the curatorial collective DAM PROJECTS’ ‘Sunday School’ programme, ‘Broken Tusk’ was a one day solo exhibition of newly commissioned work from Anglo-Russian multimedia artist Alice Khalilova. It took place on Sunday 25 January, 2015.

Alice Khalilova: Broken Tusk

Curated as part of the curatorial collective DAM PROJECTS’ ‘Sunday School’ programme, ‘Broken Tusk’ was a one day solo exhibition of newly commissioned work from Anglo-Russian multimedia artist Alice Khalilova. It took place on Sunday 25 January, 2015.

Letter From New Orleans

Curated as part of the curatorial collective DAM PROJECTS  ‘Letter From New Orleans’, was a single day exhibition that took place on 30 November 2014, looking at contemporary art and culture in New Orleans.

Letter From New Orleans

Curated as part of the curatorial collective DAM PROJECTS  ‘Letter From New Orleans’, was a single day exhibition that took place on 30 November 2014, looking at contemporary art and culture in New Orleans.

Pre Owned: Looks Good Man

Pre Owned: Looks Good Man was a group exhibition inspired by the temporary networks of association or meaning that are produced when culturally aware web surfers visit disparate websites, or drift through the internet.

Pre Owned: Looks Good Man

Pre Owned: Looks Good Man was a group exhibition inspired by the temporary networks of association or meaning that are produced when culturally aware web surfers visit disparate websites, or drift through the internet.

Sheldon Nadelman: Terminal Portraits, 1972-1982

A solo exhibition of New York photographer Sheldon Nadelman’s Terminal Bar portraits. Staged at The Old Science Museum, Birmingham, July 23 – August 7, 2010.

Sheldon Nadelman: Terminal Portraits, 1972-1982

A solo exhibition of New York photographer Sheldon Nadelman’s Terminal Bar portraits. Staged at The Old Science Museum, Birmingham, July 23 – August 7, 2010.