Reassembling the Self

curated by Susan Aldworth

Susan Aldworth, Reassembling the Self 1, 2012, lithograph, 84 x 55cm, edition of 15

Private View : 16 September, 6pm – 9pm

Exhibition runs from 16 September until 11 October 2014


Reassembling the Self is an exhibition centred on a study of the condition of schizophrenia, which weaves together art, science, psychiatry and individual histories in an exploration of self, perception and the fragility of human identity. Artworks by Susan Aldworth as well as Camille Ormston and Kevin Mitchinson, two skilled artists with a schizophrenia diagnosis.


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Anaïs Tondeur

In collaboration with Prof. Jean-Marc Chomaz

Anais Tondeur, Depth Sounders, 2014, mixed rayogram techniques, C-Print, 24 x 11 in cm

Private View : Thursday 16 October, 6pm – 9pm

Exhibition runs from 17 October until 29 November 2014


Lost in fathoms where two continents collided an island once stood. The 34th International Geological Congress termed the era the Anthropocene: an age where mankind has become a geophysical force impacting earth and its ecosytems in supra-human time.  Is the disappearance of the island a one-off or a direct consequence of the Anthropocene?


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