All the Small Things

Date and time
Friday, 10 September 2021 -
Sunday, 26 September 2021

Artcore Gallery
8 Albert Street
Osnabruck Square

All the Small Things is an exhibition of the artistic research of our academics and celebrates the uniqueness of artistic research and its possibilities. Sculpture, films, music, drawings, and prints are among the creative artefacts which will showcase the diversity of research being undertaken in the School of Arts and will feature examples from the seven research groups which form the core of the Digital and Material Artistic Research Centre (DMARC).

The exhibition will cover the range of disciplines represented and taught within the University's School of Arts portfolio such as:

Why All the Small Things? The objects and wall-based works are no bigger than 6 inches x 6 inches x 6 inches and the films are no longer than five minutes in duration.

Barley strands pictured against a black background, some are broken whilst others are in tact.
A tower with a large birds nest on top, a stork stands on top of the nest.

Exhibition artists

All the Small Things is curated by Professor Ang Bartram and includes work from the following contributors: 

Cath Badham, Phil Baggaley, Charlotte Baker, Steve Baker, Philip Ranjit Basi, Marc Bosword, Leo Broadley, Rodger Brown, Robert Burstow, Gemma Collard-Stokes, Huw Davies, Craig Fisher, Teresa Forde, Liz Foster, Philip M Harris, Rebecca Howard, Rhiannon Jones, Kit Lane, Richard Levesley, Caroline Locke, Gemma Marmalade, Alice Marshall, Paula McCloskey, Daithi McMahon, Christine Parker, Xristina Penna, Stuart Poynton, Carl Robinson, Stephanie Rushton, Victoria Sharples, Paul Vandemast-Bell, Rebecca White. 

Ang Bartram reading book about dog theory to Oscar the dog

Professor Ang Bartram
Professor of Contemporary Art

Ang works as an artist and artistic researcher. Her research focuses on documentation as an act of ephemeral art process, and with animality and empathy (as acted and/or intuitively behaved) in human-animal companion-species relationships.

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