Matthew Stuttard, one of the research contributors to Aleksandra Mir’s Space Tapestry (on display at Modern Art Oxford 24 June – 12 November, 2017), hosted a talk on 29 June. Here you can watch him discussing the current and future uses of Space on Earth, highlighting aspects of beauty arising from Space phenomena and technologies.
Modern Art Oxford presents Life, Belief and Beyond, the first posthumous exhibition of works by the highly influential British artist, Rose Finn-Kelcey (1945–2014). Life, Belief and Beyond focuses… Read more »
As part of Platform 2017, an annual award designed to nurture new artistic talent, artist Laura Nicholson is hosting a live streaming of their work CONSTANTLY TERRIFIED.
“In CONSTANTLY TERRIFIED I am exploring the relationship between the embodied self and the performative artist identity. This stream runs from 12-1 and 3-4 every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday and allows you to watch me produce myself and my work over the course of the exhibition. This is my invitation for you to become my witness, and to consume and validate my practiced honesty.” – Laura Nicholson
During the exhibition Laura will be selling comics and prints of their work in the Modern Art Oxford shop.
CONSTANTLY TERRIFIED is on 19 July – 6 August 2017.
On Wednesday 24 May, as part of Modern Art Oxford’s Future Knowledge exhibition, designer and artist Lucy Kimbell hosted a practical workshop in collaboration with the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, and Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London.
This Data Studio explored and materialised models and data about environmental change. It also raised questions about how models are constructed, translated, mediated and engaged with, and the publics, audiences and users involved.