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Concentric at tactileBOSCH

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Casenotes: interweaving narratives of physical and mental health.
New work developed for Concentric, as part of International Women’s Day celebrations.
All events are cancelled due to Corona virus. To see a short video clip of the work click here.
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Micro-Hydro walk and video

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14 Mar 10.00am – 1.00pm. Walk following the route of micro-hydro installation, with Llangattock
Green Valleys. To book, go to Crickhowell Walking Festival 
2.30 – 5.30pm. See videos made in response to micro-hydro.
Free entry, Scout Hall, Castle Road, Crickhowell NP8 1AP

These events are a follow up to a joint art residency for Llangattock Green Valleys’ Hydro in 2018.
Click here and here for more information about the artworks.

From the Dark

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21 Feb 7-9pm Video, performance, poetry, music with Tessa Waite, Lyndon Davies,
John Goodby and Graham Hartill

The MUSE
Glamorgan Street
Brecon LD3 7DW

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Works on paper. Commenced May 2019 and ongoing

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From the Dark. New work shown at tactileBOSCH‘s programme of exhibitions, events, performances
screenings and participatory workshops through November 2019

Dans la nuit il y a naturellement les sept merveilles
du monde et la grandeur et le tragique et le charme
Robert Desnos

Video and projection based on the underground and dark spaces of the Black Mountains, interconnected with Cardiff counter-cultural night spaces. Video projected onto installations of cats’ eyes gleaned from rural roads linking the Black Mountains with urban centres.

Live performance, Mynydd Llangattock caving system: video Penny Hallas: performance, Tessa Waite.
Installation at tactileBOSCH: Penny Hallas and Tessa Waite with soundscape by Lyndon Davies.

Opening night 1 Nov: Tessa Waite, Lyndon Davies, Scott Thurston, Anthony Mellors, John Goodby,

Wanda O’Connor, Steven Hitchins, Tilla Brading, Rhys Trimble, Nia Davies, Penny Hallas.
For a video of the event click here. Sound compilation Steven Hitchins.

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16 Nov 2019: Penny Hallas, Lyndon Davies and Allen Fisher.

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Thanks also to Graham Hartill and Ursula Frank

Cardiff M.A.D.E.

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Cardiff M.A.D.E.’s bi-annual Summer Exhibition.
4 July – 27 July 2019

41 Lochaber Street
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Viridis

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Pastorale, showing in Viridis, Cardiff M.A.D.E’s Spring Exhibition:
11 April – 5 May

Paint Dada: Oriel Canfas

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Group painting show at Oriel Canfas, Cardiff, curated by Jo Berry with principles of Dada in mind.
11 – 26 Jan 2019

Paintings that either reject a traditional aesthetic, display a sense of the absurd, experiment with modes of display or use collage, appropriation or juxtaposition. Paintings to raise some awkward questions about painting. The artists in the show are all members of Painters Club.

http://www.orielcanfas.co.uk/paintdada.html

Canalworks

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Exhibition and related events exploring major engineering works on the Monmouthsire & Brecon Canal.

During the winter of 2016 /17 the Llangattock stretch of the canal was closed and drained for repair and re-lining, interrupting the flow of water and navigation from the Beacons to the Sea. This exhibition shows these engineering works in progress, in the context of industrial heritage and the interchange of human and natural forces. Painting, drawing, video and found objects from the canal, its feeder streams and the interconnecting network of paths, tramways and roads.

Exhibition: 5 Oct – 11 Nov. Andrew Lamont Gallery, Brecon, LD3 7EW
Canal walk: 29 Oct 2-4pm with Kevin Phillips of Canal and River Trust
Poetry and Performance: 4 Nov 5.30 – 6.30 with GhostJam and Canalchemy at Andrew Lamont Gallery
Response to Canalworks: Allen Fisher_Hallas Towpath 1 initial analysis subsequent consideration

vis-à-vis

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Contemporary Welsh artists respond to images of Women in the University of South Wales Museum Collection
Oriel Y Bont Gallery
9 Jul – 19 Oct 2018
Exhibition launch: 28 Sept
Conversation Project: Jun–Jul

The University of South Wales announces its summer exhibition, vis-à-vis. In celebration of the centenary of women’s suffrage, a selection of twenty images of women from its own Museum Collection have been paired with twenty images of women by contemporary artists from Wales.
Oriel Y Bont Gallery
Project director – Dr Frances Woodley, Curator USW

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