Microgravity is the condition in which people or objects appear to be weightless. MICROGRAPHITY – which can be read as an amalgamation of Microgravity and graphite – is a new term (born of an albeit accidental collaboration), which reflects on the collaborative nature of the group, and their resistance to any specific stance on what drawing ‘is’ or ‘could be’. Resonating with the groups position on the periphery of the art market and the accepted gallery system, – preferring a collaborative and supportive philosophy of shared communication and activity that brings about both individual and group development.
By confining their activities to drawing in its broadest sense they hope to broaden expectations and understanding of what contemporary drawing can be and offer a platform for collaborative drawing in its expanded forms
Exhibition Dates: 5 - 28th May 2018
Artists Open Houses: This May over 200 artists’ homes and studios are opening their doors to exhibit work from over 1,000 artists and makers in Brighton and Hove, reaching from Portslade to Kemptown, out to Rottingdean, Newhaven and the South Downs village of Ditchling.
Plan your visit around the 13 individual trails shown on the AOH website, or take your pick from the wealth of Open Houses on offer.
Exhibition Dates: 3 - 7 November 2016
A Many Sided Thing will be the second exhibition in a series of collaborative experiments which explore the thresholds of drawing. New collaborations between group members are unfolding and are presented in this show; a platform for collaborative drawing in its expanded forms, encompassing a broad range of media to include site specific work, wall drawings, sculptural pieces, painting, photography, film and animation alongside more traditional approaches.
Exhibition Dates: 23 Sept - 2 Oct 2016
Drawing Connections is a group of 19 artists who have chosen to work collaboratively through the medium of drawing as a way to challenge both their individual practices and fixed notions of what we might consider drawing.
Their exhibition ‘On Our Way to Where?’ marks a point, one year on in the group’s journey. It encompasses a broad range of media, which includes site-specific work, installation, sculpture, film and animation alongside more traditional approaches.
During this event, seven of the artists will talk about the work they are presenting in the show - and will also discuss the lifecycle of their project as a whole - why they came together as a group and the importance of being able to pursue individual ideas whilst working collaboratively and sharing