Ellie Harrison’s Vending Machine installation, which was launched at the Viewpoint Gallery, Plymouth College of Art, will be making its third appearance in the UK at The Dukes, Lancaster.
Neil Rose’s Residuum at the Viewpoint Gallery, Plymouth College of Art, from Monday, January 11, is described as an all out flight of fantasy that combines existing parapsychological research, spiritualism, TV Media’s obsession with the ghost hunt, folk lore and sound.
It comes to something when you ask the audience to ‘finish’ a piece of work, but then again, they could equally destroy it. That’s what you get when you call for audience participation, and it’s exactly what Scott Daniels‘ exhibition Co.Lab at the Viewpoint Gallery, Plymouth College of Art, from Monday, November 9 to Saturday, December 5 is all about.
OK. I’ll admit it. When I first entered the Viewpoint Gallery at Plymouth College of Art on Tuesday, September 29, I laughed.
A silver dome-tent sprouting six multicoloured sleeping bags was positioned in the middle of the floor. A series of interconnected jackets and sleeping bags sporting dangling, tentacle-like orange gauntlets was hanging from the ceiling. The exhibits looked as though they belonged on a space station. I was intrigued.