FEATURED: Art, Power and the Asylum: Exploring the Adamson Collection

 Art, Power and the Asylum: Exploring the Adamson Collection “What is the value of art created in the asylum, who does it belong to, and how should it be used?” Three questions, relating to the mainly anonymous artists of the Adamson Collection, recently posed to the general public and contributors from the fields of art,…

Micro commission opportunity at The Horsfall

The Horsfall Micro Commissions 2017-18 Deadline Friday 5th May 2017 Applications are invited from artists and creative practitioners working in any art form for the 2017/18 Micro Commissions Programme with The Horsfall at 42nd Street. The Micro Commission programme is a research and development opportunity for creative practitioners working across any art form. Designed to…

Susan Mary Gratwick: New work, explained

All words and images, ©Susan Mary Gratwick. I first saw William Blake’s painting, The Spiritual Form of Nelson Guiding the Leviathon, way back in 2007, on a visit to a workshop in the Tate Britain. The image would not leave me. I saw the writhing bodies squirming in and out of the labyrinthine form of…

‘No Man’s Land’

What: Group Exhibition – Simona Pesce, Bill Daggs, Terence Wilde When: 23-26 November 2016. PRIVATE VIEW, 25 November, 7-9pm, all welcome. Where: Islington Arts Factory, London Mental Spaghetti is proudly supporting the work of Simona Pesce, Bill Daggs and Terence Wilde, in their new exhibition, No Mans Land. Mental Spaghetti art assistant, Simona, is a thoughtful,…