Grace Schwindt’s feature-length film installation examines the radical left-wing politics of Germany in the 1960s-70s and the notion of freedom.
Our final informal reading group for 2014 will focus on an essay by Pil and Galia Kolectiv, Can Objects Perform?: Agency and Thingliness in Contemporary Sculpture and Installation.
As part of their Platform residency project, Mel Brimfield and Gwyneth Herbert invite you to add to their collection of Moore and Hepworth inspired maquettes.
Come along to our artist brunch with Rory Pilgrim to hear more about the ideas behind his Platform project at the end of his first week in residence.
Join us for a live screening and discussion of the 6th Creative Time Summit, bringing together leading voices in public art and politics to explore socially and politically engaged art in a global context.
On the final weekend of the exhibition, come along to a special Friday late opening or join a free Saturday afternoon tour
Rory Pilgrim is working with Sheffield-based handwritten sign-maker David Andrews during his Platform residency to capture and share the wisdom, knowledge and observations of local elders.
Final week of our open call – all applications for our Platform residency programme 2015-16 should be received by 5pm, Friday 31 October. Any last minute questions? Read the Q&As from this week’s live web chat.
Listening brings a group of international artists together to interrogate the act of listening in contemporary art. This pioneering exhibition examines the crossover between the visual and the sonic and their complex relationships to the senses.
Our young people’s group, the Society of Explorers, presents a one-off screening of the US documentary film Sign Painters, a celebration of the hand-painted sign industry.