Responding to the pilgrimage that fishermen have made to the chapel each year, the installation incorporates… Read more
Tracks in Time. Lisa Earley.
Transformer merges human and mechanical elements into a computer-age Frankenstein’s monster, a three-dimensional collage of… Read more
Transformer, Ian Kirkpatrick, Julien Masson
This is a playful installation involving a live security camera focused on people moving through… Read more
Watching Over You. Caroline Hall
A series of large paintings depicting the struggles and collisions that occur behind the facades we use to protect ourselves. The work displayed will… Read more
A series of large paintings depicting the struggles and collisions that occur behind the facades we use to… Read more
Poster. Mark Michael
A series of 10 films now online for the award winning project ‘work in process’ by Kathy Oldridge. A series of 10 films about engagement seen through the making of the proposed and accepted works.… Read more
The Yard studios and the Hyde Writers have collaborated, partnering artist with writer. As two different creative mediums collide, then react, both parties have… Read more
Yard & Metre Jane Price. Photograph Dave Gibbons
The title of the swimming float, lowered through the roof, hovering and waiting, was overheard at the… Read more
You are very near to us. Anna Sikorska
Participants are invited to write their interpretation of “collision” onto malleable fabric or paper strips. This will become… Read more
Accelerate! is an exciting, live-action lecture with explosions and liquid nitrogen – based on particle physics. Accelerate show is led by Joe Spencer – a researcher in Physics working with cutting edge laser technology.
Linger in the foyer and enjoy Science and you will come across internationally renowned physical theatre group Wet Picnic performing with students from University of Winchester, to conclude this special… Read more
Joe Spencer. Freezing Roses. Photograph Lauren Hughes.
Subjected to constant erosion by visitors and worshippers, the designs on the medieval floor tiles have… Read more
Beneath Our Feet. Jacqueline Bromley
With subtle scientific undertones, “humble-bees” is an almost unnoticeable installation in Winchester’s… Read more
humble bees. Jane Price
Evolving artworks respond to University of Winchester’s Magdalen Hill Archaeological Research Project through the Keatsian concept, ‘negative capability’: that of being… Read more
Negative Capability part I. Excavation, Sue Wood