Curated by Marius von Brasch, viewers are invited to compose a story-line that picks up on the lines, loops, planes, ruptures and forces within a frame, or connects with other frames close-by.
Artists: Michael Bartlett, Marius von Brasch, Ella Clocksin, David Firmstone PVPRWS, Howard Hardiman, Lisa Traxler ARWS, Jan Williams & Chris Teasdale (The Caravan Gallery).
Curated by Marius von Brasch, the show's title is a line from Vita Sackville West's poem, The Garden. Five artists respond to the atmospheric gardens at Rookley Manor:
Marius von Brasch, Ella Clocksin, Christopher Jenkins, Holly Maslen, Lisa Traxler AWRS.
How is drawing manifest differently in individual practices and approaches?
Artist-researchers: Marius von Brasch, Ella Clocksin, Stephen Davies, Nicola Harlow, Ben Jenkins, Charlotte Knox-Williams, Kathy Oldridge, David Podger, Amy Todman.
Emerging and professional artists are invited to submit work questioning or challenging the idea of intuition and the experience of 'just knowing' without external sensory clues. susan projects, founded 2011 by Marius von Brasch and Ella Clocksin, shows contemporary art in curated exhibitions with a critical framework, in temporary project spaces and pop-up galleries.
Artists: Marius von Brasch, Ben Cavers, Ruth Chambers, Ella Clocksin, Spike Dennis, Veronica Cordova de la Rosa, Helen Ganly, Pam Franklin, Le Guo, Marcus Keating, Kristina Piliczewska, Kate Theodore, Lisa Traxler.
Talk: Connective Tissue? How does physical touch and movement relate to being metaphorically touched or moved?
Artist talk for The Dance and Academia Seminar, convened by Miranda Laurence. Tracing connections in contemporary art performance between physical, bodily movement and the interior movement of affect, perception and communication, without or beyond words.
A keynote event for Hyde900, celebrating the 900th anniversary of the founding of Hyde Abbey, demolished in 1538, and final burial place of King Alfred the Great. The artists' brief is to offer a contemporary response to the idea of objects and place with a spiritual and historical significance.
Art and the Senses explores the complexity of the cognitive system, with scientific, experiential and artistic evidence of the inter-connectedness of the senses.
Artists: Carole Andrews, Georgia Chatzivasileiadi, Ella Clocksin, Rosalyn Driscoll, Helen Ganly and Heather Peers, Claude Heath, Marc Rowan-Hull, Jane Wildgoose.
Curatorial panel: Francesca Bacci, includes Richard Wentworth, Martin Kemp, Marius Kwint, Gavin Parkinson, and Sian Ede.