10 days - Winchester

An interdisciplinary contemporary arts platform across the district

10 days - Winchester

An interdisciplinary contemporary arts platform across the district

Projects 2013


Negative Capability part II

Group installation and poetry responding to new research on Hyde Abbey’s stones since

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Offering 05

Offering is a unique collaboration between painter Stephen Cooper and textile artist Alice Kettle.

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Offering. Stephen Cooper, Alice Kettle.



Omnipotent Symmetries 17

Four ceramic vessels represent not only the four fundamental forces of the universe but also

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ON A DARK NIGHT

Join us at Theatre Royal Winchester for a night of ghostly, weird and uncanny short stories throughout the night of Hallowe’en. Gather round for the next blood-

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One thing into another 20

A large painting capturing a moment of impact that has potential for change, where particles

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One thing into another. Lucy Ash. Photograph Joe Low



Our Silent Stories

Gabriel and Suna make work that resides in the present moment; they utilise contact improvisation, a dance form that can bring forth a physical and emotional response to

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Our Silent Stories. Gabriel Galves & Suna Imre. Photographs Dave Gibbons



Pocketology

The Pocketology Collective’s projects invite you to open your pockets and share a story. Sometimes a pocket holds

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Pocketology. Photography Dave Gibbons



Poet-in-residence for 10 days 01

Follow the poetry trail of ten poems, through the spaces of the Cathedral. During 10 days, Dr Alwyn Marriage has spent time in the Cathedral exploring the spaces, the theme of “creative collisions” and talking about poetry to members of the staff and public.

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Poet in Residence. Dr Alwyn Marriage



Poetic Interaction (performance, poetry readings and interviews with artists) 34

Chair: Stephen Boyce.
Prepare for your senses to be awakened with this moving and illuminating evening of sound, story-telling, movement, poetry - and reflection.

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Re-frame

Through improvisation, the artists will be re-framing complex relationships between themselves, the audience and the Guildhall. With large circular

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re-frame. Issac Whitecombe



re:alms 9

The exhibition brings together a group of female artists for the first time to produce site specific work in response to the historic setting of the Brethren’s Hall, kitchen, beer

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Garlic by Elle Ford - Gyst by Henny Lowden



Redeemrestorereclaimresurrectionsalvation 23

Two contrasting stone carvings which focus on the tensions that exist between the earthly and

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Stone Sculpture Martyn Grubb. Photograph Joe low



Silent Conversations: Making Space 04

How do the spaces we work in influence a conversation about drawing? ​Drawings from the Winchester

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Silent Conversations. Belinda Mitchell.



Silicon Lo 08

As a response to the themes of the Large Hadron Collider and of collision, four local artists produced these collaborative drawings using a process called ‘exquisite corpse’ (consequences). This process

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Some artists I know 07

Portraits of local artists are hung in the Cathedral, a site of established cultural heritage and significance, and in

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Some people I Know. Michael Weller



The Intervals 19

A set of six paintings, each representing the temporal and spatial Japanese concept of ‘Ma’, an empty

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The Kainhe (1620) 13

‘The book is not in the world but the world is in the book’ - Edmond Jabès. The audience is invited

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The Kainhe (1620). Danny Aldred.



The Winchester Dead

A new annual tradition based on “fakelore”. Hear the stories of the three ghosts of Winchester: The Ransomed Saint, the Forgotten Diver, and the

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The Winchester Dead



Totem

Inspired by the Large Hadron Collider, Arthurian legend and the architecture of Winchester Cathedral, Totem uses a

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Totem Winchester Discovery Centre. Photograph Dave Gibbons



Tracing Existence 03

This work is a series of drawings centered on the continuous movement of human existence through

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Ben Mousley developing his work in Winchester Cathedral. Photography Joe Low


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