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.
1 October 2001 - 30 March 2002
Theme: Spatiality, Homelessness & Anxiety, and Performativity, Repetition & Acting
Transmission Series ‘Spatiality, Homelessness & Anxiety, and Performativity, Repetition & Acting’ ran from October 2001 to March 2002 including artist talks from Sharon Kivland, Adam Chodzko and Simon Patterson.
18 August - 5 October 2001
We are No Longer Ourselves
We are no longer ourselves is a photographic exhibition which examines the enigmatic subject of the nocturnal city. Rut Blees Luxemburg, Effie Paleologou and Sophy Rickett inhabit the streets, exploring how urban life transforms after dark.
30 June - 11 August 2001
Certain contemporary artists are currently working with number and mathematics in ways which imply less that the world can be explained solely by number but that it is a way of interpreting the world and calling into question the sovereignty of systems over randomness.
30 May 2001
Too Early for sorrow, Too Late for Happiness?
Breda Beban, whose solo exhibition Still commissioned by Site Gallery in May 2000, returns to perform a one-off live event, blurring the boundaries between movies and the visual arts.
12 May - 23 June 2001
New video sculptures and projections by the renowned British artist. Mat Collishaw fuses antique and contemporary technologies in his unique strain of moving-image sculpture, as precious as it is provocative.
1 May - 8 May 2001
One Swallow Doesn't Make a Summer
A video loop of a mechanical bird trapped in a building is accompanied by the sound of swallow calls as they return to Britain for the summer, traditionally in the first week of May
24 March - 6 May 2001
An exhibition about value & uniqueness and the means and context in which we make value judgements. In the centre of the gallery is a machine which shreds snapshot photographs (for which there are no negatives) unless they are saved by a viewer placing their hand on a plaque. In order to avoid destruction the photos must have value ascribed to them by the viewer.
9 March 2001
Tehching Hsieh, Mike Stubbs, Ann Whitehurst, John Slyce, Roddy Hunter & Jemima Stehli
Tehching Hsieh is an artist who uses his own life as his means of expression. ‘His work consists of five One Year Performances, done between the years of 1978 and 1986…