Exhibition of SLIPPAGE:The Unstable Nature of Difference, 9 - 27 March 2015 at Contemporary Art Space Chester (CASC).
Artists include Alexa Wright, Paddy Hartley, Katherine Araniello, Eric Fong, Heidi Lakmaier, Karen Heald and Susan Liggett, Daksha Patel, Jo Thorne, Lisa Bufano, Andrew Kotting, Eden Kotting and Lesley Halliwell.
One day symposium on arts & disability.
Friday 13th March 2015 9.30am – 3.30pm
Contemporary Art Space Chester, The University of Chester, CH2 2LB.
Join us for a day of presentations, debate and networking.
The one day symposium is aimed at people interested in contemporary art and 'difference' including artists,
people with or affected by disability, professionals, academics and students in related fields of study.
Taking the issues raised by the accompanying exhibition, Slippage: The Unstable Nature Of Difference, as its
starting point the day offers the opportunity to explore...
In-between-ness: Using Art To Capture A Sense Of Self
Oriel Sycharth, Glyndwr University
September 6 - November 4 2013
This exhibition is part of ITA13, the fifth biennial international conference on Internet Technologies and Applications held at Glyndwr University Wrexham, from Tuesday 10th to Friday 13th September 2013. The work on display explores how contemporary artists Karen Heald and Susan Liggett collaborate and how new technologies have challenged their relationship between traditional and new media in a way that has resulted in innovative collaborative opportunities with scientists....
2013 In-between-ness: Using Art To Capture The Changes To The Self During Antidepressant Treatment
Royal College of Psychiatry International Congress
Edinburgh International Conference Centre, Scotland
2 - 5 July, 2013
The In-between-ness study is a collaboration between professional artists,researchers and people diagnosed with major depression. The aim is to explore the experiential effects of antidepressant treatment by using video as a tool to make artworks. Each week the participants met with the artists to review the films they created. Participants were encouraged to reflect on changes...