Category Archives: SERIES TWO

Ian Forsyth and Jane Pollard

British artists Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard’s works centre on installation, sound, video and performance art. From re-enacments of key cultural events to music videos featuring Nick Cave and Gil Scott-Heron a commitment to affect suffuses all of their works.

Ian Forsyth and Jane Pollard

British artists Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard’s works centre on installation, sound, video and performance art. From re-enacments of key cultural events to music videos featuring Nick Cave and Gil Scott-Heron a commitment to affect suffuses all of their works.

Aura Satz

Aura Satz explores the sociological, metaphysical, and spiritual resonances of sound. Her inventive video and performance works guide audiences towards deeper considerations of their sonic environments.

Aura Satz

Aura Satz explores the sociological, metaphysical, and spiritual resonances of sound. Her inventive video and performance works guide audiences towards deeper considerations of their sonic environments.

Susan Hiller

Susan Hiller is one of the most consistently brilliant artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. Her works, comprising installation, video, photography, performance and writing, compound journeys into the unknown with an intellectual rigour that is startlingly poetic.

Susan Hiller

Susan Hiller is one of the most consistently brilliant artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. Her works, comprising installation, video, photography, performance and writing, compound journeys into the unknown with an intellectual rigour that is startlingly poetic.

Mike Nelson, Alice Channer, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Rebecca Byrne and Raquel Garina

Alice Channer and Jessica Jackson Hutchins talk about their current exhibitions at the Hepworth Wakefield, Eastside Projects director Gavin Wade talks about Mike Nelson’s M6 exhibition, and much much more.

Mike Nelson, Alice Channer, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Rebecca Byrne and Raquel Garina

Alice Channer and Jessica Jackson Hutchins talk about their current exhibitions at the Hepworth Wakefield, Eastside Projects director Gavin Wade talks about Mike Nelson’s M6 exhibition, and much much more.

Sahej Rahal, Cristiano Lenhardt, and Feminism in Exhibition.

Gasworks’ international residency artists Cristiano Lenhardt and Sahej Rahal talk about their work, Yolanda Hanson and Morgan Quaintance discuss the  current wave of feminism in exhibition sweeping across London.

Sahej Rahal, Cristiano Lenhardt, and Feminism in Exhibition.

Gasworks’ international residency artists Cristiano Lenhardt and Sahej Rahal talk about their work, Yolanda Hanson and Morgan Quaintance discuss the  current wave of feminism in exhibition sweeping across London.

George Barber

Scratch and Slacker video art pioneer George Barber creates pop-like video collages, and surreal micro-dramas from the anecdotal detritus of modern life.

George Barber

Scratch and Slacker video art pioneer George Barber creates pop-like video collages, and surreal micro-dramas from the anecdotal detritus of modern life.

Thick Ear

Thick Ear are a ten man British sonic arts collective. Members Geoff Howse, Jack James, and Kevin Logan discuss issues around the transference of data into sound and its obverse – the transference of sound into data.

Thick Ear

Thick Ear are a ten man British sonic arts collective. Members Geoff Howse, Jack James, and Kevin Logan discuss issues around the transference of data into sound and its obverse – the transference of sound into data.

Shezad Dawood

Shezad Dawood’s diverse multi-medium practice creates discursive networks across parallel time frames, locations and communities. His works often include restaged and reimagined moments appropriated from multiple cultures and histories.  

Shezad Dawood

Shezad Dawood’s diverse multi-medium practice creates discursive networks across parallel time frames, locations and communities. His works often include restaged and reimagined moments appropriated from multiple cultures and histories.  

Michael Smith

Michael Smith is a pioneer of performance and post-portapak video art. Since 1979, the majority of his work has centered on the development of an extraordinarily prescient and sympathetic character, the naïve and somewhat inept Everyman “Mike”.

Michael Smith

Michael Smith is a pioneer of performance and post-portapak video art. Since 1979, the majority of his work has centered on the development of an extraordinarily prescient and sympathetic character, the naïve and somewhat inept Everyman “Mike”.

Ursula Mayer

Working across a range of media, Ursula Mayer explores performative staging and perception patterns in photography and film, referencing popular music, avant-garde and classical hollywood films as well as architecture.

Ursula Mayer

Working across a range of media, Ursula Mayer explores performative staging and perception patterns in photography and film, referencing popular music, avant-garde and classical hollywood films as well as architecture.