Our forthcoming launch exhibition HERE is curated by artists Clare Palmier and Jane Watt and celebrates new and recent work by emerging and established contemporary artists with a strong connection to Suffolk and East Anglia – with work that responds to our first floor space within the 1954 post office and also to the idea of HERE.
The exhibition will be open to the public for bookable small group tours and visits
on Saturdays and Sundays 12-5pm, or by appointment
Admission is FREE but must be booked. We will confirm dates of the exhibition when national lockdown restrictions are lifted. Online booking coming soon.
There will be accompanying online audio and visual material available throughout the exhibition.
Twenty-five artists with a diverse range of practices that reflect contemporary engagement with materials, process and ideas will install work across 5500 sq ft of the previously disused 1950s industrial building. Works include site-specific installation, sound, video, VR, photography, drawing, painting, ceramic, sculpture and performance.
SE Barnet, Les Bicknell, Stuart Bowditch, Frances Brennan, William Card, Clip Sound and Music, William Cobbing, Graham Crowley, Mikey Cuddihy, Laurence Edwards, Edgefield Dance Company, Maddie Exton, Emily Godden, Kabir Hussain, Ann-Marie James, Abigail Lane, Anna Mac, Ruth Philo, Clare Palmier, Emily Richardson, Lol Sargent, Srinivas Surti, Jane Watt, Emma Withers, Loula Yorke.
Image: Graham Crowley (2020) A Love of Many Things 3. Oil on canvas, 114 x 137cm.
Supported by East Anglia Art Fund, Arts Council England.