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Want to indulge in a spot of creative networking? Get yourself down to the bar at Exeter Phoenix for a complimentary drink and catch up with the Art Week Exeter crowd.
Amy and Oliver Thomas-Irvine are a collaborative duo that live and work in Cornwall. They work in sculpture, found-object, collage, photography, performance as well as by-products from performance-based installations.
Join the exhibition’s curator, art historian and critic Dr Jean Wainwright for a special tour of ‘Another Spring’. Another Spring brings together work by a group of internationally recognised artists. The exhibition reflects on the current trends and broader developments of nationalist impulses in Western society, where the debated question of citizenship, the foundation for identity and political governance is tied to ultranationalist concerns and increased measures to regulate and control the movement of people across borders. The fear of national invasion and the economic erosion by an ‘outsider’ increasingly throws into question whether moving across borders will become even more difficult in years to come.
Artist Beth Emily Richards presents a new performance work that investigates the blurry line between history and myth, responding to recent historical narratives of Michael Jackson’s visits to Devon: regional history that has transcended into urban legend.
A group exhibition of new work from students on Plymouth University's MA Contemporary Art Practice course, showcasing a variety of mediums and artistic practice.