Explore the artists, works and ideas with a tour across both venues led by Site Gallery Curator, Sara Cluggish, and SIA Gallery Curator, Tim Machin.
Author and artist Brandon LaBelle gives a performative lecture revealing the poetics and politics that occur as soon as we open our mouths.
In the final week of Listening, join Juxtavoices, Sheffield’s antichoir, for an afternoon performance of new music with projected video at Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery.
Our next reading group considers French philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy’s Listening, a lyrical meditation on sound in relation to the human body.
Contemporary art, gaming and immersive technologies collide in this test-bed project, exploring the limits of virtual reality. A Site Gallery and Sheffield Doc/Fest co-commission.
Site Gallery is hosting an artists’ and practitioners brunch event, as part of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation ArtWorks: Connecting the Conversation initiative. We are keen to bring together a group to discuss how artists enter and progress within the participatory arts sector.
Platform artist in residence, Rory Pilgrim, has chosen Judith Butler’s Excitable Speech for our next reading group, questioning ideas of free speech and the power of words.
Our next reading group explores the abstraction of human form and the mechanical dance and stage workshops of the Bauhaus era, referenced by Grace Schwindt in her film Only a Free Individual Can Create a Free Society.
Join Grace Schwindt and Artistic Director Laura Sillars on the opening weekend for an intimate talk and walk-through Grace’s ambitious film installation, Only a Free Individual Can Create a Free Society.
Do artists move away from or towards trauma? Our next free reading group will focus on Griselda Pollock’s book, After-affects | after-images: Trauma and aesthetic transformation in the virtual feminist museum in relation to Grace Schwindt’s film.