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…
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.
15 January 2001 - 15 January 2002
Lindsay Adams worked as Artists in Residence at Site Gallery over a 12 month period to develop a collection of still images, audio and video tracks under the title of Water Shadows
13 January - 25 February 2001
In George Sluizer’s film, “The Vanishing”, the final denouement is terrifying. The point at the end of the film when the character “Rex” realises he is buried alive after which the camera comes above ground is extraordinarily disturbing and deeply uncanny.
4 November - 23 December 2000
An exhibition looking at the crossovers apparent within the media of photography, painting and film in the work of Uta Barth, Duncan Higgins and Carter Potter. In the work of each artist the content seems to lie not in what the images depict but elsewhere – meaning seems to have moved to the margins – to the frame.
24 October - 28 October 2000
Running Machine Performance
Performance and visual artist, Lisa Watts converted the upstairs studio into a ‘mini-gym’ to perform her two works for the sport and art festival, Pitchbend.