Category: Exhibition – Archived

Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope Exhibition

18 May to 29 June Kaleidoscope is the collective name for a swarm of butterflies. Our butterfly themed Kaleidoscope exhibition is a showcase of all the different creative groups and communities that we work with here at 20-21. We have

IOU Theatre – Speaking Tubes

6 April to 6 July Speaking Tubes is a large-scale sculptural sound installation. It is inspired by the extraordinary sound of vortex rings travelling through the atmosphere at supersonic speed. These giant air-ducting tubes and cones are made from gleaming

Susan Simpson – Own Two Feet

18 May to 29 June 2019 Susan Simpson won our Open 2018 with her enigmatic self-portraits.  These photographs are a part of a wider narrative which you will now get the opportunity to view in this solo show. Susan works

Liza Dracup – Field Work

9 February to 11 May 2019 From nocturnal woods to wildlife specimens, Liza Dracup is inspired by the landscape and natural history of Britain. Field Work presents a decade of her work, exploring photographic representations of our environment and cementing

Maia Weerdmeester – Lines

6 October to 2 February 2019  Maia Weerdmeester was the winner of our Open exhibition in 2016. Her work stems from strategies to promote her own mental wellness, and consists of elaborate geometric forms built up from simple elements and

Waking the Witch

19 January to 23 March The British Isles have a particularly strong relationship to magic and the occult with the chants of witchcraft echoing throughout their history. This exhibition looks to the importance of craft, ritual and land on the

METABOLON

13 October 2018 to 2 February 2019 METABOLON is an art installation created by artist Seiko Kinoshita and scientist Dr Nate Adams, originally commissioned for Festival of the Mind 2016. It is based on the research performed by Nate and

Jason Wilsher-Mills – Unexpected Engagement

16 June to 6 October 2018 Jason Wilsher-Mills’ life-affirming artworks are a direct response to his experiences as a disabled artist, and the challenges this represents. Colourful and ingenious, in recent years Jason has come to truly embrace the possibilities

Grayson Perry – The Vanity of Small Differences

7 July to 9 September 2018 Inspired by the 18th century painter William Hogarth’s moral tale, A Rake’s Progress, Grayson Perry’s tapestries follow the life of a fictional character called Tim Rakewell, as he develops from infancy through his teenage

16 June to 29 September – Origami Open!

Origami artists, paper folders and enthusiasts, artists, designers, creative practitioners and anyone excited about creating artworks and objects from folded paper, have been invited to submit works for a new exhibition at 20-21 this summer. Coinciding with our high-profile exhibitions

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