The artist Jimmy Cauty, best known for co-founding the KLF and the Orb, and for burning one million pounds as… Read More
This solo exhibition, by Sheffield artist Andy Cropper, continues the artist’s night-time exploration of in-between places and non-spaces.
CONFLUENCE is a group exhibition of new paintings and sculpture by ten Sheffield- based contemporary artists: Richard Bartle, Anthony Bennett, Al Daw, Paul Evans, Seiko Kinoshita, Mandy Payne, Sarah Villeneau, Joanna Whittle, Myfanwy Williams and Sean Williams.
In the dark days of the 1980s, ravers in Sheffield discovered politics, pirate radio and MDMA. Mark Fell explains why he’s channelling Heidegger for his installation on an infamous Sheffield estate
Over the coming year, Stephen Carley’s Sheffield studio will be the context for a variety of monthly exhibitions or ‘visual trials’.
Sometimes existing artefacts will simply be exhibited. Maybes the space will be adapted or changed in some way or used for collaborative ventures. Guest curators could even be invited.
The bottom line is to concentrate fully on process, ideas, context and communication with an audience and build up a coherent body of work filtered by the structure of 12X12 and the monthly interaction with an audience.
S1 Artspace, S1 Members show, 6-9pm, info:www.s1artspace.org This year’s S1 Members’ Show will feature selected new painting by John Burke,… Read More
On my way down to London last week, I popped into the Sheffield Hallam University’s BA Film & Media Production… Read More