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DANIELLE ARNAUD

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LOUISA FAIRCLOUGH: A SONG CYCLE FOR THE RUINS OF A PSYCHIATRIC UNIT
Nov 11 - Dec 9, 2017
'A Song Cycle for the Ruins of a Psychiatric Unit' is Louisa Fairclough’s third exhibition at Danielle Arnaud Gallery. It features a new expanded film installation and audio work, and takes the remains of a psychiatric hospital on the edge of a city as a simulacrum for psychic ruin.
 
Fairclough worked with composer Richard Glover to devise a series of compositions for voice and tape loop that were performed by singer Samuel Middleton and musician George McKenzie. Each piece was recorded as a ritual for one of the rooms at the former-hospital.
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Click to enlargeNEVILLE GABIE : EXPERIMENTS IN BLACK AND WHITE
Jan 13 - Feb 17, 2018
In partnership with independent curator, Tessa Jackson, gallery artist Neville Gabie will present work from his ongoing series Experiments in Black and White.
 
The work takes as its central ethos a response to the world around us through a series of material based artist performances exploring notions of ‘labour’ endurance’ and the physical landscape. The title itself is drawn from the idea of absolutes, a scientific response to an emotional landscape.
 
The exhibition will include drawing, photography, film and a live performance work. An accompanying essay by Tessa Jackson will be available as part of the exhibition.
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THE MACHINE STOPS
Feb 24 - Mar 24, 2018
Private view Fri Feb 23 6pm - 9pm
Exhibition by artists Adam Hogarth, Clare Mitten, Gabriela Schutz and Martin Ward that takes as its starting point E.M.Forster’s 1909 science fiction story, ‘The Machine Stops’.

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