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Interruptions is a series of one-off live art performances, workshops, and film screenings that usually takes place in the main gallery in between exhibitions. Its format provides an experimental platform for presenting ideas; it is an invitation for artists to test and deliver new or in-development projects.

Past Events

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Interruptions: Dani Abulhawa


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Interruptions: Chester Tenneson and Zorian Clayton

Queer Reflections

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Interruptions: Rachel Krische

Performance One

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Interruptions: Sounds
06.08.21 - 10.09.21

New audio works by Kp Culver, Rowland Hill, Ashley Holmes, Justine McDonnell, Eye Suriyanon, Keisha Thompson and Raz Ullah. Available to download and listen.

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Interruptions: The Intersectional Hydra

With Harold Offeh and Michelle Williams Gamaker

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Interruptions: Conway and Young

Milk Report

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Interruptions: Libby Heaney
03.02.21 - 10.02.21

Agency is the ability to act.

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Interruptions: Freya Dooley

Ventriloquy for radio

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Interruptions: Barry Sykes

An Introduction to Laughter Yoga

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Interruptions: Aliyah Hussain

The sleep of plants

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Interruptions: ARM

An audio-visual performance with references to theatre, installation, sound and cinema.

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Interruptions: John Powell-Jones

A performance exploring the idea of personal realities in an era of fake news and "alternative truths".

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Interruptions: Nick Jordan

Filmed in Tripoli, Lebanon, Concrete Forms of Resistance is a documentary centred upon the city’s abandoned ‘Permanent International Fair’, designed by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer in the mid-1960s.

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Interruptions: Bryony Gillard and invited guests

Slippery, Sticky, Wet is a screening programme curated by artist Bryony Gillard taking it's point of departure from Gillard's new moving image work, Unctuous Between Fingers, which explores ecologies of care and ideas of co-worlding through the lens of seaweed.

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Rowland Hill and Jack Sheen are a girl-boy artist duo whose work amalgamates existing material into long-duration performances. Their new piece, Opera, borrows from one of history’s most particular yet vague cultural oddities, pirouetting along the lines of performance and sculptural installation.

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Talking Back - Call & Response

A conversational performance from Leo Robinson, Leo Hermitt, Sadé Mica and Chantelle Fagan-Clarke. Sharing thoughts on Cosmic Joy, Gender, Power and Play. Curated by Leo Hermitt

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Foreign Investment: HAPPY HOUR!

HAPPY HOUR! is an interactive live art event inspired by weather reports, swinging between normality and crisis mode in the summer of 2019, a summer of surging temperatures, burning Tundra, deforestation and rapidly melting Greenland ice.

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Claire Hope: Human but not practiced

An actor performs different physical states, questioning what it means to exist, act, assume or relinquish control.

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Interruptions: Louise Adkins

This performance is the culmination of a residency at the Tetley Centre for Contemporary Art in Leeds (2018).

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Interruptions: Rory Mullen and Karl Astbury

A performance which will include the discovery of an important historical artefact, a great sea voyage and enthusiasm.

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Interruptions: Tim Brennan

This is the second in a developing series of Brennan’s manoeuvres which involves the use of the guided walk form around educational environments to uncover the relationship of walking to the history of teaching and learning.

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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.