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‘A little bit of chaos and a few surprises’. Q&A with two of the curator/artists of Nexus exhibition

Francis Ives

A new exhibition at the Exeter Phoenix explores the way that artists operate within networks. The work of 12 artists will be presented within the format of a garden. Here, two of the participating artists, Volkhardt Müller and Gabrielle Hoad question each other about the ideas and processes leading up to the show.

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Portable art and ideas – the Stowage exhibition in Exeter

Stowage is an exhibition of small-scale artworks in the shop windows of Exeter’s West Quarter. One of the curators, Gabrielle Hoad, reveals the thinking behind the show and reflects on the results.

Stowage is about storing things in tight spaces, about making ideas portable, luggage-sized, able to move from place to place. It’s a collection of art built in and around old-fashioned sweet jars that brings together artists and retailers in sometimes unexpected conjunctions.

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