Anne Hardy, Equilibrium (The Depth of Darkness, the Return of the Light), 2020 © Anne Hardy. Courtesy Maureen Paley, London

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Anne Hardy, Equilibrium (The Depth of Darkness, the Return of the Light), 2020 © Anne Hardy. Courtesy Maureen Paley, London

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School of the Underkraft, 2022

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School of the Underkraft is an interactive space within BAS9 at the Wolverhampton School of Art, which has been used by schools and college groups for discussions and art making. Essen has worked with artist Sahjan Kooner and designer Joe Geehan, alongside students and staff from Thomas Telford UTC and the Wolverhampton School of Art, to create and furnish a workshop space that forms the physical core of this project.

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This presentation of Grace Ndiritu’s COVERSLUT© has been modified at the request of Castlefield Gallery by positioning a canvas tote bag to obscure the ‘Black Cock’ slogan printed on the T-shirt worn by one of the mannequins in the gallery’s window

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During British Art Show 9, Abigail Reynolds is developing Elliptical Reading, a regular reading hour at local libraries in each city of the BAS9 tour. Readers meet to share short sections from a favourite book, creating between them an unruly text or word collage, which builds over time.

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Anne Hardy Liquid Landscape, 2018 © Anne Hardy.

Hayward Gallery Touring announces new dates, list of artists, highlights and curatorial focus for British Art Show 9 in Manchester

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During British Art Show 9, Abigail Reynolds is developing Elliptical Reading, a regular reading hour at local libraries in each city of the BAS9 tour. Readers meet to share short sections from a favourite book, creating between them an unruly text or word collage, which builds over time.

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Simeon Barclay, As a Precursor to Folly, 2021

The UK’s largest touring exhibition British Art Show 9 opens in Wolverhampton launching another big year for culture in the Midlands

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Plant Theatre for Plant People took place in October 2021 at Aberdeen Art Gallery. Working closely with British Art Show 9 Artist Grace Ndiritu, local painter Kinga Elliott and textile artist Aymee Charlton, participants came together to form a creative community who would, over three full days connect with plant spirits and understand their intrinsic value to humans.

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