Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Sculptor's Prints at the RSA

TILT: An exhibition by SEA final year students

An exhibition by GSA, Sculpture and Environmental Art final year students
Phoebe Amis, Justyna Ataman & Aleksandra Roch, Gordon Douglas,
Carrie Gooch, Jamie Kane, Kenyersel, Amy Pickles and Louis Skehal

Opening:     Thursday 21 February 2013 from 4pm to 8pm
                            including performances and film screenings throughout the evening
Exhibition:     22 February to 9 March 2013

In its third year, Platform and GSA's Sculpture and Environmental Art have worked in collaboration to offer the unique opportunity for final year students to create site related works at Platform, The Bridge. Over the past few months a selection of fourth year students have developed new art work in response to the architecture, surrounding area and the functions of the different facilities in The Bridge.

The exhibition will engage with the users of Platform and The Bridge in a variety of different ways, by exhibiting pieces of art works in unusual locations within the building; challenging our expectations and perceptions of visual art.

The exhibition will feature art works in the form of sculpture, film, photography, sound, installation, text and performance.

The Bridge
1000 Westerhouse Road
G34 9JW

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Sense Makes No Sense: David Sherry

Sense Makes No Sense David Sherry 16 February - 13 April 2013

Please join us for the preview on Friday 15 February, 7 - 9pm David Sherry’s art practice centres around performative ideas relating to everyday life and depicting ordinary experiences from a new perspective. Exploring beliefs, social interaction and real experience. Making works that re-access the acceptance of common values, exploring the thin vale of sanity and the contradictions in life. Sherry gains, through his work, an insight into the psychological diversity of any singular situation, fragmenting what is accepted and analysing a basic moment in day to day life. Conveying the idea that nothing is permanent or stable, questioning what is understood and re-evaluating a collective perspective. For his solo show at The Changing Room Sherry will present new video works alongside a new series of drawings & paintings.