ANDY HOLDEN THE STRUCTURE OF FEELING (A GHOST TRAIN RIDE)

TOM WORSFOLD THE SLEEPERS

17th September – 24th October 2020

EXTENDED until 21st November 2020

Opening times until 24th October:

Tuesdays: 11.30am – 4pm
Thursdays & Fridays: 12 – 5pm
Saturdays: 11am – 5pm

Opening times from 29th October – 21st November:

Thursdays: 11.15am – 4.30pm
Fridays: 10.45am – 4pm
Saturdays: 10.15am – 5pm

In order to protect audiences and our staff, we are limiting visitor numbers. We kindly ask everyone to wear a face covering when inside Block 336 and to hand sanitise before entering.

To book tickets for both exhibitions, please click here.

To book tickets for Tom Worsfold’s The Sleepers only, please click here.

 

Tom Worsfold | The Sleepers

Running alongside Andy Holden’s The Structure of Feeling (A Ghost Train Ride), Tom Worsfold’s The Sleepers is an exhibition of new paintings, extending the artist’s focus on the body as site but here articulated through a new approach to materiality.

Book tickets here.

Artists' Legal Rights

Artists’ Legal Rights III

Copyright: Infringement

The third session in the series is the second of two looking at copyright, with this one specifically focusing on copyright infringement. Topics for conversation will include: appropriation vs. plagiarism, fair dealing and fair use (and the differences between the US and the EU), inspiration vs. copying, and what it takes to get legal proceedings going.

Click here to view the recording.

ROBERT BELL | A STRANGE EMPATHY

As part of our lockdown programme we are presenting A Strange Empathy, a series of works by London-based artist Robert Bell. This includes a moving image work, an interactive piece, and a series of prints that are available for purchase.

View the work here.