Is it just me, or is it you?
Closes Sunday 17th June
Attenborough Arts Centre premiers Amartey Golding’s largest solo show to date, offering an honest & self-implicating observation on contemporary British culture.
Saturdays 26th May & 2nd, 9th & 16th June, 1 – 3 pm
Free, drop-in activities exploring themes, materials, and ideas from the exhibition suitable for all ages and abilities. Everyone is welcome, booking is advised.
Mountain of Tongues
26th May – 17th July
Inspired by the unique characteristics of the Caucasus, this exhibition attempts to region between Europe & Asia , this exhibition attempts to reactivate transnational ideas, behaviours & thought-processes, between Eastern & Western identities. Featuring work by In Another Place artist & BACKLIT studio holder Ryan Heath.
This Way / That Way
Saturday 2nd June, 3 – 4 pm
In Another Place artist, Ryan Heath will be joined by BACKLIT director Matthew Chesney for a walk & talk around the gallery & to his billboard by Nottingham Ice Stadium to discuss his work in relation to language & symbology.
1st – 31st August
In Another Place collective, CommonAs presents a series of artworks in Gunby’s Orchard Gallery made with the participation of artists, National Trust volunteers & staff to celebrate, entertain, engage & prompt questions.
In Another Place
19th May – 28th July
LPW presents new work by Phil Hackett, Khush Kali, Theo Miller, Emma Powell & Matt Strong, responding to our billboard’s context in Oadby & the aesthetics & ubiquity of advertising.
19th May – 28th July
The Print Room, LCB Depot
Exhibition by In Another Place artist Theo Miller presenting a series of new works inspired & informed by his Print Futures 2017 award.
Cultural Quarter Lates
Friday 25th May, 5 – 8 pm
In Another Place artist, Theo Miller talks about his new letterpress work, Norderstedt, showing simultaneously at LPW and on a billboard in Oadby’s Asda car park.
Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail, the Dark Lioness
Closes Sunday 24th June
An exhibition of work by South African visual activist Zanele Muholi, whose work presents critical questions about social justice, human rights & contested representations of the black body.
Film screening & discussion
Thursday 10th May, 6 – 7.30pm
Director Campbell X’s recently made documentary film, VISIBLE, challenges common misconceptions that LGBTQ+ People of Colour have no history & no story to tell.
Thursday 17th May, 6.30 – 7.30pm
Senior Curator & Head of Archive & Research at Autograph ABP, Renée Mussai, leads a tour of In Another Place artist Zanele Muholi’s ongoing self-portrait series.
Africa: Image and Identity
Thursday 7th June, 6.30 – 8 pm
Writer, critic & curator Ekow Eshun explores the cultural context of the work of In Another Place artist Zanele Muholi: a contemporary Africa where history & modernity, the personal and political exist in vivid tension.