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What the Thunder Said

An exhibition of the latest work produced by BASK, a collective of three British sculptors: Dominic McHenry, Jim Shepherd and Angus Ogilvie.

Preview: Tuesday 2 May, 6-9pm

3 - 4 May 2017
Wednesday to Thursday, 11am-9pm

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Sisters from Another Mister: I Am The Grass Beneath My Feet

Following a residency in Mexico in 2016 Chalton Gallery presents the exhibition of the collective Sisters from Another Mister.

29 April - 7 May 2017
Tuesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Junk Mail from the Palace

The first solo exhibition in London by Detroit-based artist Cary Loren.

28 April - 28 May 2017
Friday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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We're All Involved In This Mess

This exhibition consists of a flux of performances and site-specific creations in which artists engage both with the space and with the previous works, leaving a succession of traces along the way.

Preview: Friday 28 April, 5-10pm

29 April - 13 May 2017

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FADIC ROCK

At the culmination of her six-week Standpoint Futures residency, AJ Stockwell presents an experimental performance event.

Event: Thursday 27 April, 7-9pm

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Houses are really bodies

The first in Helen Nisbet's programme as curatorial fellow at Cubitt the exhibition considers Surrealist artist Leonora Carrington's writing in her centenary year.

Preview: Thursday 27 April, 6.30-8.30pm

28 April - 4 June 2017
Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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Right Through You

A new art exhibition by Miraj Ahmed, Nicolas K Feldmeyer and Richard Wentworth exploring relationships in architecture, phenomenology and minimal art.

Preview: Thursday 27 April, 6.30-9pm

28 April - 8 June 2017
Tuesday to Saturday, 11am-7pm

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Dec0rative D0rmit0ries
 f0r Sleep W0rkers

Group show curated by House of Hysteria with Ami Clarke, Kirsten Cooke, Annabel Frearson, Dale Holmes, 0rphan Drift, Michael Iveson, Tina Jenkins, Sharon Kivland, Mark Nader and Nicola Woodham.

Preview: Thursday 27 April, 7-9pm

29 April - 21 May 2017
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm

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Trespass

James Pyman's artwork investigates how identity is defined by circumstance, geography and popular culture, often in relation to comic strips, childrens' illustration and other graphic narrative forms.

Preview: Thursday 27 April, 6-8pm

28 April - 10 June 2017
Wednesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Liadin Cooke

Liadin Cooke's new work comes out of her enduring interest in language and materiality.

Preview: Thursday 27 April, 6-9pm

28 April - 6 May 2017
Saturday, 2-6pm

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HOLD UP

William Mackrell's solo show explores a sense of endurance, where objects, sound, and body shift precariously between collapse and rebirth.

Preview: Thursday 27 April, 6-9pm

28 April - 27 May 2017
Wednesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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An Archaeology of Optics

A collaborative exhibition by Filipa Cesar and Louis Henderson that includes a new film and installation exploring the ideologies behind optical navigation technologies.

Preview: Wednesday 26 April, 6.30-8.30pm

27 April - 25 June 2017
Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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Lawrence Lek: In Conversation

Lawrence Lek discusses 'Geomancer', commissioned as part of the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2017: Neither One Thing or Another, and his wider practice, with electronic musician and writer, Steve Goodman.

Event: Wednesday 26 April, 6.30-8pm

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Inside the Outside

The exhibition uses landscape photography as a metaphor to unite coexisting ideas and reflections that are exposed in another light to the photographer and viewer.

22 April - 3 June 2017
Wednesday - Friday, 12-6.30pm
Saturday, 12-5pm

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Shakespeare's plays and Miss Isabel Pole in a green dress

As the culmination of a six month residency in the basement space of Stephens House, Julia Maddison has created an installation about suburban secrets and the misery of war.

Event: Wednesday 26 April, 6-9pm

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The Dithering

The starting point of Sarah Bayliss' exhibition is an abstract play written by the artist as a device through which to think about - and produce - new works.

Preview: Wednesday 26 April, 6-9pm

27 April - 27 May 2017
Wednesday to Saturday, 1-6pm

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Ground, Figure, Sky

Solo show by Grant Foster.

Preview: Wednesday 26 April, 6.30-8.30pm

27 April - 3 June 2017

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Am Nuden Da: RETROSPECTIVE

Am Nuden Da is a collaboration between three artists who have been publishing online and exhibiting since 2008.

Preview: Tuesday 25 April, 6-8.30pm

26 April - 26 May, 2017
Wednesday to Friday, 11am-5pm

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To Becomes Two

A multi-channel film installation, workshops and a public event by Alex Martinis Roe exploring the genealogy of feminist new materialist and sexual difference theories and political practices.

Preview: Tuesday 25 April, 6.30-8.30pm

26 April - 10 June 2017
Wednesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Patrick Hough: In Conversation

Patrick Hough discusses 'And If In A Thousand Years', commissioned as part of the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2017: Neither One Thing or Another, and his wider practice, with writer, curator and artist, Lucy Reynolds.

Event: Monday 24 April, 7-8pm

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