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Interruptions is a number of events, workshops and performances that intersects the Holden Gallery's annual programme of exhibitions. Its short-term format enables different methods of working, allowing invited artists to experiment in the large scale gallery space, and encourages collaborative practice across disciplines in a series of one-off events.

The first group of Interruptions take place in January, and focuses around different modes of practice that deal in projection.

Each event takes place between 6 and 8pm, and are free and open to all.

Past Events

Interruptions: Jenny Baines

Jenny Baines devises a series of 16mm film installations followed by a film screening of work by Jenny Baines and invited artists.

Interruptions: K Craig

K Craig presents From The World Without Us, part of an ongoing artistic research project into Cosmic Pessimism, the sublime, mysticism and the End of the World. This audio/visual piece brings together macro photography, digital distortion, ritual film and sequenced samples to respond to ideas of what waits in a world beyond ours.

Interruptions: Sam Meech and Raz Ullah

Analogue meets digital in a series of experimental installations and generative performance using video feedback. There will be a short experimental AV performance by Raz Ullah and Sam Meech, conjuring sound and image to give feedback form, from 6:30pm.

Interruptions: Chris Paul Daniels

Chris Paul Daniels has programmed an evening of sound, video and interruptions with invited guests: Amelia Crouch, Aliyah Hussain, Alice Theobald and Jennet Thomas.

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  1. Chris Paul Daniels
  2. Jenny Baines
  3. K Craig
  4. Sam Meech and Raz Ullah