Assisting Audint Artists
As part of the Site Young Apprentice Scheme [SYAS], young apprentices assisted Audint artists Simon Goodman and Toby Heys in the construction of a cosmology of sonic weaponry on the insides of vinyl album covers which formed part of their gallery installation: Unsound Systems.
Friday 25 February 2011, 7pm
An Evening with Archimboldo
For his Platform Commission, Tom Woolner developed a new performance work. Expanding on previous projects with his makeshift troupe The Archimboldo Players, he brought the sculptural and performative sides of his practice together, orchestrating a hybrid event with a new cast of characters, performers, volunteers and musicians. By collaborating with
Paul Robeson Research Station
Paul Robeson Research Station presents a series of screenings, discussions and live mapping, culminating in a choral performance. Paul Robeson (1898 – 1976) was an American actor, singer, scholar, athlete, writer, lawyer, trade unionist and social justice advocate. The son of an escaped slave, he was at the forefront of
11-29 January 2011
Things to Come
Working from a series of unpublished photographs the artists will build in the gallery space a large, highly abstract, metal and glass model based on Lazlo— Moholy-Nagy’s set designs of a ‘future city’ originally made for the 1936 science fiction film Things to Come. From this model they will shoot
Site Platform – Richard William Wheater
Richard William Wheater regularly works with glass and neon through performance and installation. Neon making, in particular, requires a high degree of skill to achieve any sort of successful outcome and the project aims to explore the value of skill when associated with art work. Whilst fascinated with the process, the artist’s practical skill
Site Platform – AUDiNT
AUDiNT’s installation Unsound Systems explores the use of sound as a weapon by focusing on the boundaries of the audible. At Site AUDiNT will produce a cosmology of sonic weaponry on the insides of vinyl album covers and an installation of an audio documentary. The latter sound work explores events in which frequencies have been
13 November 2010 – 25 February 2011
Site Platform 2010/11
Site Platform offers an opportunity for artists to use the gallery space to develop new work in the gallery setting whilst also allowing audiences to engage with the process. The artists are each given up to two weeks in the gallery, during which the projects change and develop or incorporate events or performances.
22 October - 23 October 2008
Just In Time
Exploring the gallery as a site of ‘in progress’ and experimental practice. Just in Time is a symposium exploring the gallery as a site of ‘in progress’ and experimental practice.
10 Sep - 23 Oct 2008
James Brown, Ben Cain and Matt & Ross
Site Platform offers an opportunity for artists to use the gallery space to undertake explorative, cumulative, interactive, performative, experimental, in-progress or durational work. Creating a space for artists to develop new work in the gallery setting whilst also allowing audiences to engage with the process.