Do you speak seagull?

Do you speak seagull?

For the weeks around Remembrance Day for Lost Species 2016, ONCA in Brighton hosts an exploration of communication and translation between species and languages. What can we learn about ourselves as humans and as creatures by paying attention to the voices of others?...
Feeding the Insatiable

Feeding the Insatiable

Feeding the Insatiable starts on Wednesday here at art.earth. The summit runs until November 11. Although we don’t anticipate streaming live, we do hope ultimately to produce online and printed publications from the event. There are still a few places left for...
‘Ropewalkers’ – a review

‘Ropewalkers’ – a review

On this late October day, sitting outside in what we might, I suppose, now call the ‘garden’, I’m less disorientated than on my previous visit to the Twineworks and the village of West Coker in Somerset. ‘Ropewalkers’ brings together new work by Jo Ball, Andy Parker...
‘Offshore: artists explore the sea’

‘Offshore: artists explore the sea’

We are delighted to announce our major new exhibition taking place at the Ferens Art Gallery and the Hull Maritime Museum opening on 1st April as a part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017. Curated by Invisible Dust ’Offshore: artists explore the sea’ will include new and...