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Craig Fisher, Andrew Pepper, Geoff Litherland, Danica Maier, Andrew Brown, Rob Flint and Sean Cummins showed work in Still Unresolved at the ( ) Gallery, located in Nottingham Trent University's Fine Art studios at the School of Art and Design, Nottingham.

The gallery has been organised and curated by a team of fine art students and this marks the final show of the year.

Exhibition dates : 28th April - 5th May 2016.


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Emma Cocker will share some of the working processes and ideas developing in and through the artistic research project Choreo-graphic Figures - Deviations from the Line, a collaboration involving artist Nikolaus Gansterer and choreographer Mariella Greil. 

The project stems from a shared interest in the possibilities of ‘expanded practice’ within the respective disciplines of drawing, choreography and writing. Through processes of exchange, this research seeks to pressure drawing, choreography and writing beyond the conventions, protocols and domains of each respective discipline:for choreography, beyond the domain of the body and space of the theatre; for drawing, beyond the domain of the two-dimensional page; for writing, beyond the domain of language, the regime of signification.

During July - August 2014, Cocker was in Vienna working with Gansterer and Greil on an intensive ‘Method Lab’ research residency, within the context of the ImpulsTanz festival. In this seminar, she will share some of the ‘findings’ from this phase of research in relation to the two interconnected aims of the project: (1) to explore the nature of ‘thinking-feeling-knowing’ operative within artistic practice, and (2) to develop systems of notation for sharing and reflecting on this often hidden or undisclosed aspect of the creative process.

This research seminar is presented as part of Nottingham Trent University's PLATFORM series of presentations.

Wednesday 21st January 2015, 12.30 - 14.00, Newton building.

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For her latest work ‘Whiling’ Katja K. Hoch uses the city as an external gallery by projecting slow-moving films and images of nearby Bestwood Country Park and the Winding Engine House onto different surfaces and buildings in Nottingham. By choosing this woodland as well as the disused sand quarry near the former Mining community of Bestwood Village as her subject, Hock addresses a topic especially relevant to the area, the demise of the Mining Industry while at the same time presenting the contrasting beauty of the surrounding woodlands nearby with the busy city environment.

Outside projections: Newton Building, main entrance side, right Tower & back projection: Nottingham Contemporary, window viewed from Middle Street

12 November 2016, 5pm -11pm

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Curated by Frank Abbott, Film Free and Easy took place on 22nd October at Primary Studios, Nottingham, and was the second in a series of evening projection presentations.

Andrew Pepper showed Three Planes Transected, an installation using 35mm slide projection and holography.  A developmental piece which began as part of the 2015 Summer Lodge, a two week residency within the fine art studios at Nottingham Trent University during July.

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Artist exhibiting included: Sara Bonaventura, Craig Parr, Jane Wheat, Kirsty Birtwistle, Sue Ansell, Emily Simpson, Claire Davies, Laura O’connor, Emily Warner and Gavin Rogers, Frank Abbott, Yelena Popova, Wayne Burrows, Reece Straw, Julian Hughes, Amir Ghazi-Noory, Yvonne Lake and Andrew Pepper.


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Andrew Pepper will be one of the artists in residence as part of Performing Drawology, taking place at the Bonington Gallery, School of Art and Design, Nottingham Trent University.

Fri 15 Jan 2016 - Fri 12 Feb 2016, Mon – Fri, 10 am – 5 pm

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A new exhibition of work by James Politano has been curated by Craig Fisher at Mrs Ricks Cupboard, Primary, Nottingham.

It features work by recent NTU fine art graduate Politano. The Private View is at 7pm on 8th January 2015  and the exhibition continues until 30th January. 

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