Bodies of Practice is an exhibition by second year Fine Art students. Officially the mid-point of their degree these young creatives are finding their voices and producing poetic, ingenious, sophisticated, thought-provoking, sometimes challenging art.
Come to the show and hear what they have to say,
view our 21st century moment from a myriad of fresh perspectives.
Transitional States: Hormones at the Crossroads of Art and Science
What effect do hormone uses have on emotions, sensations, sexual expression and desire? This video art exhibition presents the work of 14 artists and collectives who explore the immense role hormones have on our everyday life. The works raise crucial questions about how society influences and regulates gender identity, and capture broader explorations of sexuality and gender fluidity. The featured artists take viewers on sometimes intensely personal journeys and demonstrate the liberation they have experienced through the use of hormones. Other works look at the medicalisation of women’s bodies in relation to birth control, menopause and ageing, and offer an important commentary on how we use hormones to improve and sometimes constrain our lives in ways we rarely consider.
Artists, performers, writers and activists have employed various techniques to produce these works, including 3D animation, stop motion, and infrared video, and use a range of formats such as performance for the camera, music video, documentary, TV show and online feeds.
An international jury selected participants following a world-wide open call and the exhibition features 14 established and emerging artists from countries including Argentina, Australia, Austria, Denmark, Brazil, Columbia, France, Italy, Japan, Sweden, UK, Uruguay and the USA.
The artists are: Camila Levy Daniel, Leyla de la Hoz and Pedro Giacomolli; Gérard Chauvin and Lanah Shaï; Fox and Owl; Holly Slingsby; Jennie Pedley; Juliet Jacques and Ker Wallwork; Marianna Simnett; Marne Lucas aka CuntemporaryArtist; Mary Maggic, Mango Chijo Tree and The Jayder; Orlando Myxx; Raju Rage;Sarah Homewood; SenzaFissaDimora Teatro; Zaya Barroso.
Transitional States has been developed and is led by Dr Chiara Beccalossi (University of Lincoln) with support from the Wellcome Trust. The video art exhibition is curated by Giulia Casalini and Diana Georgiou (Arts Feminism Queer).
The exhibition will be shown at the Project Space Plus Gallery in Lincoln, before continuing to the Peltz Gallery in London and touring Europe, where it will be hosted at the CCCB (Centre Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona) in Barcelona, Spain and in Bologna, Italy.
Programme of events:
1 February 2018, 5.30pm – Official opening of the Transitional States video art exhibition at the Project Space Plus gallery.
Thursday 8 February 2018, Jackson Lecture Theatre, 6-8pm – Public discussion: “From Silence of the Lambs to Orange is the New Black: Changing Representations of Trans People.” Speakers: Fox Fisher, Paris Lees, Owl (Ugla Stefanía), Rebecca Root.
Thursday 15 February 2018, Jackson Lecture Theatre, 6-8pm – Public discussion: “Sex, Science and the Body: Medicine and LGBTIQ People. Speakers: Dr David A. Griffiths, Dr Christina Richards, Dr Janet Weston.
Thursday 22 February, Jackson Lecture Theatre, 6-8pm – Public discussion: “Girls Gone Wild”: Women Use Hormones to Take Control? Speakers: Prof. Hera Cook.
Further information can be found on the exhibition website
10th July to 15th July, 2017
We at Lincolnshire Prisons are excited to formally invite you to the private viewing of Addaction’s Art Exhibition, ‘HOPE’ through the eyes of our service users, this is a great opportunity for our service users to showcase their artistic talents, break down barriers and empower our Service Users to engage with the wider community.
In joint partnership with the School of Fine and Performing Arts at the University of Lincoln, we will be taking part in a small exhibition displaying art work produced by Addaction service users from Lincolnshire Prisons.
On this evening we will also be inviting our key stakeholders, Commissioners and Prison Governors. We hope you can attend and look forward to seeing you there. If you are able to attend, please contactKirsty.email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org However, if you are unavailable on this evening, the gallery will be open to the public daily from Tuesday 11th – Friday 15th July.