Upcoming exhibitions

02 Nov 2019 – 01 Feb 2020

The Extended Mind proposes that our cognition –our mind, thoughts, reasoning, imagination, emotion and experience – does not just take place within our brains, and through the lens of contemporary art shows how we come to be shaped through our interaction with the world.

02 Nov 2019 – 01 Feb 2020

Artist Myriam Lefkowitz’s ongoing project Walk, Hands, Eyes examines the relationship formed between a city and its inhabitants. Over the course of an hour’s silent walk through a city, a participant and a guide form an immersive relationship with their surroundings through the simple acts of walking, seeing, and touching.

01 Feb – 02 May 2020

Pine’s Eye explores what it means to be human in times of ecological change. Taking its name from 'Pinocchio' (the Italian for ‘pine eye’ or ‘kernel’) it is necessarily tricky and mischievous as it weaves a journey between subjectivities and the natural world. Rejecting progress, purity, standardisation and originality, it reframes modernism as a pagan pursuit, asks flowers to bear witness to global treaties and ushers in indigenous tales of the forest. Through masks and mannequins, magic, science fiction and ritual, Pine’s Eye looks at the human form entangled in nature.