The Witching Hour

THE WITCHING HOUR
Sara Annwyl, Kathryn Campbell Dodd & Jacob Whittaker, Matt Cook, Michael Cousin, Paul Emmanuel, Tom Goddard, Heloise Godfrey, Mark Houghton, Leona Jones and Richard Huw Morgan.

curated by Richard Higlett

As part of Cardiff Contemporary, Goat Major Projects will presenting its 7th Project: The Witching Hour. This will feature the creation of a sonique lounge in the Canton based project space. The lounge will be a space to hear a programme of sound art by artists based in Wales in the form of an edited hour of works played as a loop. Spoken word pieces and soundscapes, imaginary places and scenarios are formed through sound, transporting the listener to other realms. The project explores the key themes in contemporary sound art, an artform that exists outside of music and poetry, which could be described as a theatre of frequencies. The title ‘The Witching Hour’ is influenced by the writings of David Toop whose book ‘Haunted Weather’ refers to sound as being uncanny and other worldly.
Opening times:
18.00-20.30 Monday – Friday 10.00 -16.00 Weekends. 26/10 to 11/11.Exhibition continues to 11/11/12
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Home/Cartref

My 2005 Doll’s House is being shown as part of Home/Cartref at Memorial Gallery, Yale College Wrexham – 9 September 2012 – 18 March 2013.

A theme based exhibition of historical and contemporary artefacts which are associated with the notion of Home that are influenced by and linked to Wales.

Take the M4 East then the M5 South

Take the M4 East then the M5 South

Saturday 7 July – Saturday 11 August

Sam Aldridge, Kathryn Campbell Dodd, Good Cop/Bad Cop, Jason Pinder, Anthony Shapland and Dave Shepherd

These Wales-based artists, a mix of established and emerging talent, have in common ‘Rhôd’, an annual exhibition in rural west Wales that aims to site contemporary art in a rural landscape creating a dialogue between urban artists and artists who work in rural settings.

Following Reveal Somerset’s presentation at the Rhôd symposium, held at Chapter, Cardiff in July 2011 in which rural/ urban similarities were discussed, this exhibition seeks to further extend that dialogue into a conversation with The Brewhouse Gallery and it’s visitors.

The artists have been chosen for their diverse mixture of media, which ranges from performance (Good Cop/Bad Cop), film (Anthony Shapland), sculptural objects (Sam Aldridge, Kathryn Campbell Dodd) and interventions (Jason Pinder, David Shepherd).

This exhibition is supported by Reveal Somerset.

The Brewhouse Theatre & Arts Centre, Coal Orchard, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 1JL