Watt Space Gallery invites you to a performance by the Queen of Contexti. Please join us at Watt Space Gallery Tuesday the 17th April from 5:00 pm
Performance shall begin 5:30 pm.
Drinks and light refreshments will be served
All Welcome to attend this free event
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Watt Space invites you to its second Exhibition of 2018.
Four exhibitions by students of The University of Newcastle.
Opening Night Event: Thursday, 5th of April 6:30pm- 8:30pm
Exhibition Dates: 5 of April- 22 April, 2018
Gallery Hours: Wednesday till Sunday 11-5pm
Come along to openings with
‘Reign of Contexti: A room of ones own works on paper’
Context is an installation examining writing and performance. The work conceptualises how a self translates, integrates and disintegrates a body of work.
‘Foundations’ is a reflection of personal history that utilises the craft of tapestry and acknowledges personal comfort derived through process.
Leeroy Chapman, Nick Barlow, Lynnie Bridge, Ileigh Hellier, Max Jones, Gavin Vitullo.
‘Exponent’ is a curated group show responding to the concept of identity. It explores our relationship[ with our surrounding environments and how this creates a sense of self.
‘Searching for Shells’ combines photo documentation and video-installation inspired by eight ancient mysterious carvings that have exposed genitals known as ‘Sheila-na-gigs’
We look forward to seeing everybody for a night of art, wine, and nibbles.
Congratulations to all the exhibiting artists.
The opening launch of our recent round of exhibitions at Watt Space Gallery was a resounding success! A fun night was had by all. Thankyou to all those that attended on the night and congratulations to exhibiting artists Katrina Holden, Angus Foxley, Annie Lee, Jane Lo, Kate Mahony, Annie Corey and Andrew Styan. We extend our thanks to our guest speakers on the night Gillean Shaw, James Murphy and Ann Mclachlan, and to all others who facilitated this event.
Be sure to Pop by Watt Space over the weekend, gallery hours 11-5pm Saturday and Sunday.
Amazing work by Angus Foxley is just a tease of what is being showcased at Watt Space Gallery this weekend. So why not pop into Watt Space to check out some incredible works by some incredible artists. Gallery hours are 11-5pm.