Transition 2017

  • Image: Week One Graham Guy-Robinson: Forms of Behaviour
  • Image: Week Two Oliver Udy + Colin Robins: Anthology of Rural Life
  • Image: Week Two Many Goats by Helena De Pulford + Daniel Kan + Joe Moss + Eleanor Turnbull
  • Image: Week Three Emma Frankland + Myriddin Wannell: None of Us is Yet a Robot
  • Image: Week Four Jo Ball
  • Image: Week 3 Synnøve Fredericks

14 Feb — 11 Mar 2017

Newlyn Art Gallery

Transition is an opportunity for artists, or artist groups, to use the gallery space to consider how a series of works is developing or to try out ideas for an installation or interactive project. Transition gives artists the time and space to take ideas forward in a public environment, aiming to explore conceptual and practical issues, without the constraints of presenting a finalised exhibition. Artists can challenge their practice and take risks concerning their usual working techniques. It offers visitors the chance to see work in a state of flux, meet the artists and discuss the work

#TransitionNewlyn

Week One          14 – 18 Feb
Lower Gallery    Steve Tanner
Upper Gallery    Graham Guy-Robinson

Week Two          21 – 25 Feb
Lower Gallery    Oliver Udy + Colin Robins
Upper Gallery  Helena De Pulford + Daniel Kan + Joe Moss + Eleanor Turnbull

Week Three       28 Feb – 3 Mar
Lower Gallery    Emma Frankland + Myriddin Wannell
Upper Gallery    Synnøve Fredericks

Week Four          7 – 11 Mar
Lower Gallery    Jo Ball
Upper Gallery    Ali Corder + Elizabeth Loveday

(For more details see read more below)

#TransitionNewlyn

WEEK ONE          14-18 Feb

Lower Gallery    Steve Tanner: Who Are We?

With photography and dressing up, we are invited to explore our relationship with clothes, from the conformity of the uniform to expressions of individual identity, and how clothes shape us.
Watch a summary of Steve's week on YouTube

Upper Gallery    Graham Guy-Robinson: Forms of Behaviour

Forms of Behaviour will use damage, repair, simulation, interruption and meditation as processes of participation and production. Expect temporary fences, body-filler, denim, shell suits and car paint.

http://grahamguy-robinson.co.uk/

 

WEEK TWO          21-25 Feb

Lower Gallery    Oliver Udy + Colin Robins: Anthology of Rural Life

A community based photographic project to produce an archive of material that reveals and documents continuities and shifts in patterns of contemporary rural life.

http://www.cargocollective.com/arl

Upper Gallery    Helena De Pulford + Daniel Kan + Joe Moss + Eleanor Turnbull:
Goat

Goat is a series of experiments that confront obsession, individualism, self-doubt and in the end, the humour of it all

www.helenadepulford.com  http://www.danielkan.co.uk/   http://www.eleanorturnbull.co.uk/

 

WEEK THREE       28 Feb – 3 Mar

Lower Gallery    Emma Frankland + Myriddin Wannell: None of Us is Yet a Robot

Reworking existing theatre / live-art pieces for a gallery context, Frankland and Wannell question themes around change, gender transition and transgender identity.

www.notyetarobot.co.uk

Upper Gallery    Synnøve Fredericks: The Edge of Things

Reassessing works from the past six years that explore boundaries, interspecies communication and our relationship with the world around us.

www.synnove.net

 

WEEK FOUR          7 – 11 Mar

Lower Gallery    Jo Ball: Esme's Lesson

A video and sculptural installation based around a macrame lesson. The works explore the act of sharing skills between generations and the conversations that happen during the process.

http://joball.info/  https://patchesofbluesky.wordpress.com/

Upper Gallery    Ali Corder + Elizabeth Loveday

Using two previous works as a starting point Your face makes me want to drink and All the men who have ever hurt me, Corder and Loveday will create new works from tragi-comic quotes of rejection.

http://www.elizabethloveday.co.uk/

 

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