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SUE WILLIAMS THROB:EXPOSURE:

continuously developing, Williams’ imagery translates well to film and performance. The results of this latest experimentation have garnered serious attention and produced exhilarating multi-disciplined work. THROB: EXPOSURE is an engaging and lively presentation of new music, poetry and dance by Sue Williams, Dr Nick Ossei-Gerning, poet Rhian Edwards, composer Pete Wyer, dancers and choreographers Romain Guion and Marta Zollet, co-director Roy Campbell-Moore. Video curtesy of Culture Colony

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8 COMMON PRINTING TECHNIQUES EXPLAINED

as part of the gallery's current FOCUS ON PRINT, here are 8 of the most commonly used printing techniques explained, from traditional woodcuts through to lithography and digital prints. 

 

CARWYN EVANS | 'UNLLIW' AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ART, CARDIFF

unlliw is an installation of 6,500 cardboard birdboxes. the work was originally made in response to ceredigion county council's plans to build 6,500 new homes in the county. it engages with a contemporary debate about the way such planning policies can impact on the cultural balance of rural areas of wales

 
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WALES ARTS REVIEW | IN CONVERSATION WITH CAT GARDINER

an interesting article from 2014 which gives a great insight into the ethos of the gallery's previous incarnations - project/ten a nomadic pop-up gallery, and later gallery/ten - a bricks + mortar space on windsor place, cardiff

 
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ANDRE STITT INTERVIEWED FOR EUROPEAN LIVE ART ARCHIVE

andré stitt interviewed for ELAA recounts emotional performance art experience from 1997 at ferrans art gallery during hull time-based art event

 

CARWYN EVANS | THAT MORNING HE WATCHED THE DAWN

gallery artist carwyn evans installing his first solo exhibition 'that morning he watched the dawn' at oriel davies, newtown, filmed by culture colony [www.culturecolony.com]

 

LAURA FORD AT STRAWBERRY HILL HOUSE

the strawberry hill trust invited stephen feeke, director of New Art Centre, roche court, to curate strawberry hill's first exhibition of contemporary art in the grounds and house. all text by dr judith collins, image credits gautier deblonde and cat gardiner

 

MOLLY ROOKE | UNTIL IT HURTS

until it hurts is an ongoing project that invites participants to take photographs of themselves with an image taken from the 'some things are better left unsaid' series. images are uploaded onto social media using #mollyrooke to create an ever increasing archive. the more the image is reproduced, the more indistinguishable it is between whether the woman is laughing or in pain