Abject Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in Newcastle city centre that focuses on showing work from national and international contemporary artists.
Girth and Mirth
Exhibition: 29 June - 8 September 2018
Location: Abject Gallery, 8th Floor, Bamburgh House
Unsworth's works are characterized by direct, hyperbolic and intense depictions of corporal scenes combined with elements culled from popular visual culture. These elements are mostly connected to consumerism and capitalism, body, sexuality and death, as well as to subcultures such as comics, cartoons, junk food and pornography.
more to be announced soon
North East Style
Preview: Thursday, 9 August, 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Exhibition: 10 August - 8 September 2018
Opening Times: Wed - Sat, 11:00am - 5:00pm
Location: Abject 2 Gallery, 2nd Floor, Bamburgh House
Sophie Lisa Beresford was born in Sunderland and grew up immersed in the North East Rave Scene, which she describes as being part of a “council estate culture”. Beresford celebrates this culture, by using her art work as a vessel with which to explore, how the impact of her practice can represent the culture she so strongly believes in.
An evening of performative exploration into the interconnected worlds of sound and the written word inspired by artist Tony Swain’s disruptive use of text in his BALTIC show. Using a mix of digital technology, improvisation and play, publishing house, UnStapled Press, The Occasion Festival and musician and artist, Shaun Blezard will explore the transition of text into sound and how to translate it back again.
Breeze Creatives presents New! Performance Salon - OCTOBER Curated by Constance Humphries.
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