Chris Hodson & Sarah Staton
17 – 28 May 2011
What happens to sculpture when it is rendered virtual? What do you gain and what do you lose? In virtual reality concrete can float, liquid can solidify, but the materiality of sculpture, the space it takes up in relation to bodies, its inherent gravity is gone. Augmented
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.
16 February - 12 April 2008
Yes, No & Other Options
As part of the city-wide contemporary art event Art Sheffield 08: Yes, No & Other Options, Site Gallery is showing work by Jirí Kovanda, Silke Otto Knapp, Janice Kerbel, Hilary Lloyd and Kirsten Pieroth.
28 October - 18 December 2005
ART SHEFFIELD 05: Spectator T is a city-wide contemporary art event which takes place within Sheffield’s major galleries, project spaces, non-gallery venues and public sites from 28 October to 27 November 2005. The programme includes a mix of emerging and established artists and comprises existing works and new commissions, all responding to a fictional Spectator T who is antagonistic to art.
31 July - 8 October 2005
New Art from the North
Site is pleased to announce the third Immediate exhibition, showcasing innovative and experimental practice from new artists from the North of England. Immediate is a bi-annual exhibition, commissioning and publishing programme to support emergent artists, working in lens based & electronic media in the North.
29 March - 19 April 2003
Georgina Starr and Smith & Stewart
Art Sheffield 03 was the first city-wide contemporary art event of it’s scale to take place in Sheffield. During March/April 2003 contemporary art events took place within the city’s major galleries, project spaces, non-gallery venues and public sites.
6 April 2002
A night of performance magic hosted by masters of miracle-mongering, Forced Entertainment, with a promising line up of acts including conjurors, spirit-raisers and charmers, compered by Richard Lowden.
12 October - 23 November 2001
New Work New Media
mmediate 2 follows on from our highly successful launch of this bi-annual project in November 1999. The exhibitions features the work of 13 recently graduated regional artists working in a variety of media.
3 March - 17 March 2001
This two-week event marked Site Gallery’s ongoing commitment to supporting live art, by highlighting the practice of artists working across time-based, performative, interactive or durational contexts. Through installations, projections, performances, sound and streaming media.