Here’s some news we got from Exeter’s Spacex, Marvin Gaye Chetwynd will talk broadly about her practice.
The Exeter Spacex is celebrating closure and reflecting on 40 year of Spacex success in the city, and it all takes place on April 2.
The Spacex, in partnership with the Exeter Phoenix and the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter, presents The Weight of the World, a solo exhibition by Irish artist Sean Lynch featuring three new video commissions and the UK premiere of the projected video element of Adventure: Capital, that represented Ireland at the Venice Biennale 2015.
Artist Rosalie Schweiker will work with Spacex, Exeter, to imagine a future art institution. Users of Spacex, from artists and community groups to the wider public, will also be invited to share their aspirations and ideas for this new organisation.
Spacex, Exeter’s contemporary visual arts organisation, has successfully raised £10,000 to support its new artists residency programme. Hundreds of people have donated money to the campaign, and in return will receive artworks, posters and publications.
Following a successful crowdfunder campaign, Exeter’s contemporary art space Spacex is now inviting proposals from artists whose practice involves collaboration and an exploration of how art is used in a social context.
Spacex, Exeter’s acclaimed contemporary visual art organisation, is at a challenging yet exciting point in its 40 year history. After temporary closure in response to funding cuts, the organisation has transformed the way it works. In place of being a gallery with a rolling programme of exhibitions Spacex now produces projects in collaboration with a wide range of partners.
When Mathew Sawyer was the Guardian’s artist of the week, it was revealed you would be unlikely to see him play his music live – he has a fear of public performances. So it’s a bit of a coup for the Spacex that Mathew will be performing tunes from his latest album. It’s all part of the artist’s first solo show in a public gallery.
We all have our own way of interacting with art, and Lisa Watts has turned that interaction into an art form in itself.
We Can Have It All, refreshingly declares the title of Laura White’s solo show at the Spacex gallery, Exeter. The show promises to question value, taste and our relationship with consumer culture.
New works alongside drawings and performance produced over the last 15 years from Bromley-born Finish-based artist John Court in his first UK solo exhibition at the Spacex.
Anyone who’s tried to put furniture together can feel an affinity to Michael Samuels’ This Was Tomorrow at the Spacex, Exeter.
Blast Theory, the adventurers in interactive media, have been commissioned to mark Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum’s reopening, and the city’s Spacex gallery is holding an exhibition to mark the 20 year anniversary of Balast Theatre.
Salvatore Arancio aims to create a sense of displacement in the view – a kind of temporal slip or disruption.
Part of Salvatore Arancio’s exhibition An Arrangement of Materials Ejected at the Spacex is a sound piece (Everything Keeps Dissolving), using a tune from experimental electronic band Coil, originally created to represent what’s coyly refered to ‘a certain hallucinogenic chemical’.
Exeter’s Spacex Gallery is holding one of its popular (and healthy) Gallery Breakfasts.
The Spacex is presenting the next step in community cookbooks – a tradition which has apparently been around since the 15th century – with an exhibition of The Recipe Exchange, an ongoing project by artist Helen Pritchard, which has been developed off-site and online since September 2010 in consultation with residents of two villages in East Devon.
The summer exhibition at the Spacex gallery Exeter is refreshing called Underwater, and includes work by 10 international artists.
As part of this year’s Exeter Summer Festival, a huge wind-powered mechanical animal sculpture will go walkabout in Exeter’s Princesshay between Friday and Sunday July 2 and 4, from 11am to 5pm.
The Spacex, Exeter, is saying ditch the shops and get crafty this Christmas and go along to make a unique Christmas stocking filler or personalised decoration.