5 - 6 February, 2016
Closing Performances: Lucy Beech & Edward Thomasson
Book now for the culmination of Lucy and Edward’s Platform residency.
19 January – 6 February 2016
Platform Residency: Lucy Beech and Edward Thomasson
The first of our Platform Residencies for 2016, Lucy Beech and Edward Thomasson will develop a new series of live performances in the gallery with a group of actors.
Saturday 4 August
Reception with Audacious Art Experiment
Reception will form a day-to-night festival in the gallery; a haphazard catalyst for visual and audio experiment, growing in energy and volume over the day to become an immersive experience of sound, light, image and idea.
10 December 2011, 7pm - 8.30pm
Join us at Sheffield Town Hall for artist Monica Ross’ poignant and stirring performance, focusing on the significance and relevance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
9 June – 30 July 2011
Site Gallery is delighted to present the first UK solo-retrospective of tricksters, pranksters and media hackers Eva and Franco Mattes aka 0100101110101101.org. Renowned for their masterful subversions of public media, their work is precariously balanced on the edge of legal, ethical and social boundaries.
Saturday 5 March, 3 - 5pm
Site Gallery celebrates the launch of a collaborative artist’s book ‘FLUVIATILE’, created by artist Lindsey Adams and poet Michelene Wandor.
Friday 25 February 2011, 7pm
An Evening with Archimboldo
For his Platform Commission, Tom Woolner developed a new performance work. Expanding on previous projects with his makeshift troupe The Archimboldo Players, he brought the sculptural and performative sides of his practice together, orchestrating a hybrid event with a new cast of characters, performers, volunteers and musicians. By collaborating with
8 – 29 May 2010
Site Gallery presents the exhibition Sol LeWitt: Artist’s Books, the only UK venue of this international exhibition. Featuring more than 80 publications by LeWitt, the exhibition will be a chronological display of the artist’s visual books dating from 1967 to 2002.
In tandem with the visual works, a sequence of free contemporary music events will take place in the gallery in a commissioned programme, curated by renowned experimental pianist Philip Thomas.