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Astro Raggi is in the PAC Galleries until January 7th 2017.
This exhibition begins with the story of Pasquale Quadri. Or rather a story about him. Megan Broadmeadow first heard of the Italian optician, who was also a cinema projectionist, and member of a band, from a lighting … Continue Reading
Illuminate: All Things of Nothing
Thursday 24 November
To mark America’s Thanksgiving celebrations, artist Megan Broadmeadow worked with dancers to create a film projected onto the outside of Plymouth Arts Centre as part of the third Illuminate Festival. Resembling a giant vertical dancefloor, silhouetted figures scaled the side of our building. … Continue Reading
A selection of images from the preview evening of artist Megan Broadmeadow’s exhibition Astro Raggi.Astro Raggi is available to view in the Plymouth Arts Centre galleries until January 7th. The exhibition is free and open to all.
This exhibition takes us inside the mind and machines … Continue Reading
Helen Tope reviews Heather Phillipson‘s TRUE TO SIZE which showed at Plymouth Arts Centre from 24 June – 20 August 2016.
Heather Phillipson’s TRUE TO SIZE is one of the Arts Council Collection’s 70th anniversary commissions. It is the mid-point of a busy year for the award-winning poet and artist who … Continue Reading
Remarkable… Stimulating and enigmatic! Heather Phillipson’s installation is, as I came to understand it from my experiences amongst its constructs as a poet myself, a poem – or perhaps … Continue Reading
A video response to our current gallery exhibition TRUE TO SIZE – Heather Phillipson, from Lee Batchelor.
Heather Phillipson’s commission for the Arts Council Collection’s 70th anniversary, TRUE TO SIZE, is a series of video, audio and sculptural works that present a sequence of post-human landscapes. Situating mass-produced images and objects of … Continue Reading