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Space In Between

This curatorial collective will impress you. With a quick turnover of exhibitions in temporary spaces, and a permanent space opening in the summer, they are definitely ones to keep an eye on.

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Artinavan // Bureau Detours Collaboration

Our friends Artinavan// jet-setted off to Denmark last week to collaborate with Bureau Detours. Hannah Little wrote a daily diary update on the groupís project for Art Licks.

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Deformation Attends Her

For her first solo exhibition, Verity Birt draws upon archaeological digs, feminine mythology and ritual practices to create a speculative interpretation of prehistoric sites.

Preview: Saturday 17 February, 6-9pm

17 February - 31 March 2018
Thursday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Another Kind of Tension

A two-person show featuring the works of Paul Housley and Magdalena Drwiega. At first glance this pairing seems a fairly disparate one but closer inspection reveals a number of shared interests and aims.

Preview: Thursday 15 February

16 February - 23 March 2018
Monday to Friday, 10.30am-5pm

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Brief Encounters with Painted Objects

Collaborative installation and discussion by Darren Nixon. Video works, presented within Nixon's installation of painted objects, document the inventiveness of participant's responses to the work.

Event: Wednesday 14 February, 6.30-8pm

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IRRUPTIVE CHORA Part I Composition

An exercise in an embodied act of reading and an attempt of conjuring new versions and propositions for artistic, theoretical, curatorial, scholarly and scientific practices.

Event: Tuesday 13 February, 6-8.30pm

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Paste Table Gallery

Paste Table Gallery is a peripatetic Micro Gallery of collage.

Preview: Tuesday 13 February, 6.30-8.30pm

12 - 24 February 2018
Monday to Saturday, 10am-6pm

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Doing it in the park, doing it after dark

Debut solo show by 2016 City and Guild Schools graduate and current New Contemporaries exhibitor Amanda Moström.

9 February - 17 March 2018
Friday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Shame on You

A day-long symposium that draws together performance artists, psychoanalysis academics and novelists to discuss shame, sexuality and identity; theorising shame, pride and community in contemporary culture.

Event: Friday 9 February, 10am-7pm

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Listening to Xanax

New works by James Irwin using an amalgamation of robotics, custom software, sound, sculpture, video and print to explore habitual behaviours that can lead us to states of continual anxiety or unconditional calm.

Preview: Friday 9 February, 6-9pm

10 February - 4 March 2018
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm

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Cohn: Representation and Critique

What would a radical anti-representational aesthetic look like today, beyond the binary opposition between autonomy and popular culture?

Event: Friday 9 February, 6.30-9pm

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Knotted Mass II

Artist Holly Slingsby in conversation with writer Beth Bramich to celebrate the publication of Knotted Mass II; developed from Slingsby's 2016 performance of the same name at Finishing Touch, London.

Event: Thursday 8 February, 7-9pm

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How I Killed My Father And...

Solo exhibition of works by multimedia artist Johnnie Hodgkinson.

Preview: Thursday 8 February, 6-9pm

8 February - 8 March 2018
by appointment

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Emma Cousin investigates the body as the site of experience in a series of new large scale paintings.

Preview: Thursday 8 February, 6.30-8.30pm

9 - 18 February 2018
Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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Day of the Triffids

Episode 5 of the Day of the Triffids: the continuum of memory as it replays and breaks down. The layers, washed away, looping life as a lost material. Love: edited, digitised, the flashback of the condemned. The artwork as a record of deletion.

Preview: Thursday 8 February, 6-9pm

8 February - 30 March 2018
Saturday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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Love, Pain & Intimacy in Live Art

What drives artists to extreme performances, blood-shedding or endurance work?

Event: Thursday 8 February, 6.30-8.30pm

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The Driver's Seat

A weekend of events inspired by women writers throughout history, in collaboration with Glasgow-based curators Panel.

Event: Saturday 3 February, 1-8pm
Sunday 4 February, 12-6pm

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Launch of the publication Partners by Ghislaine Leung. Published by Cell Project Space.

Event: Friday 2 February, 6-9pm

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on my island none of this would be true

Curated by Chris Rawcliffe, this exhibition explores the various interpretations and contradictions that islands summon in our minds.

Preview: Thursday 1 February, 6-9pm

2 February - 17 March 2018
Tuesday - Saturday, 12-6pm

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Petition to Empathy

Take part in the completion of the worlds of Tara Benjamin Morgan. A mythology in pieces, her artwork must be inhabited by the viewer to take on meaning, to complete it.

Preview: Thursday 1 February, 7pm

2 - 24 February 2018
Thursday to Saturday, 12-5pm

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