Update 18 March 2020:
In light of government advice in relation to Coronavirus, and in line with other public art galleries, SAW will be closed until further notice. Take Over exhibition and events will be postponed until further notice.
Four artists will Take Over the SAW gallery and stage four short exhibitions in order to explore new ways of exhibiting outside of the studio context.
Exhibition Open: 11am – 4pm, Tue, Wed & Fri | 1 – 4pm, Sat
Launch Including Bring and Share Meal: 6 – 8pm, 7 Feb
Tentative Boundaries | Adonia Hirst | 5 – 13 February
Meal & discussion: 6:30 – 8:30pm 11 February
Workshop: 11am – 1pm, 11 February
Adonia Hirst investigates movement and interaction with large-scale textile sculptures, inviting viewers and participants to touch, feel and envelop themselves in fabric.
Will it Still Matter? | Claire Coates | 19 – 27 February
Meal & discussion: 6:30 – 8:30pm, 25 February
Through a series of delicate sculpture and zines, Will it Still Matter? asks what the people of Newcastle can do to reduce our impact on the environment
Martha [Alzheimer’s Machine III] | Matt Pickering | 4 – 12 March
Meal & discussion: 6:30 – 8:30pm, 10 March
Fiddle Blanket Workshop: 1 – 3pm, 12 March
Martha [Alzheimer’s Machine III] explores the effect of Alzheimer’s disease on the way we see, interpret and understand the world around us. Experienced through the fictional eyes of Martha, this series of surreal and intersecting narratives creates a complex portrait of living with Alzheimer’s.
Hide & Seek | Kirsten Murray-Borbjerg | 18 – 26 March
Meal & discussion: 6:30 – 8:30pm, 24 March
Hide & Seek tells the hidden stories of the residents of Meadow Well, showcasing the creativity, resilience and imagination of a community through art inspired by street games, fairy tales, local art and local history.