Part of Refracted Panorama: molecular scenes from beyond the horizon at The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art Terminarch is a group exhibition featuring three artists.
NOW THAT’S WHAT I CALL ART 2
Now That’s What I Call Art 2 is the second collaboration with System Gallery and Spaghetti Factory, two North East artist-run projects. The exhibition transformed the gallery from an empty white box to a shifting gathering of artworks, ideas and processes. Now That’s What I Call Art 2 fostered collaboration between artists. This is in the understanding that collaboration makes everybody a novice as it requires working within each other’s discipline / practice.
SHEMZA DIGITAL: ACROSS GENERATIONS
The exhibition featured participatory digital projections that invited the viewer to create their own digital paintings that became part of the ever-evolving archive of work, and were exhibited in the gallery space. Interactive architectural sculptures responded to visitors' movements. A specially commissioned soundscape by NYX and Petit Oiseau accompanied the work, fusing traditional South Asian instruments with drone & ambient electronic sounds.
A collaborative installation that responded to Queer Arts Practices, a seminar series that explores the field of gender and sexuality in contemporary art focusing on Black, People of Colour, and Transnational perspectives.
Part of Gallery North’s Autumn season of exhibitions curated around the theme of Constructions, Design Feminisms starts from an understanding that design and feminisms is, and has always been, plural – having many origin stories reflecting multiple and sometimes contradictory ways of being within Western and Global Majority societies. The Design Feminisms exhibition uses this grounding as a basis to explore feminisms with, through, and for design.
MY OWN LITTLE WORLD, I MADE IT FOR YOU.
An exhibition of eight artists, across multiple sites. Viewers were invited to join us as we deconstructed and re imagined our worlds, through our personal and collective languages. Viewers were taken on a journey through worlds of beauty, unease or timelessness.