Selfie sticks. Trampolines. Pastel colours. What does it all mean? Lydia Prescott reviews Bex Ilsley’s Emotional Processing exhibition.More »
The winners of this year’s Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival (WCAF) Open competitions have been announced at a packed event to mark the launch. Experienced multi-disciplinary artist Tracy Hill won the…More »
Friday 30 Sep 2016 - Saturday 30 Dec 2017, All Day
Using a combination of techniques from photography, sculpture and archival research, JAM will ‘remix’ elements from Warrington, creating a hanging network of several hundred images from the Fish Gallery mezzanine. Navigate a web of interconnected stories with the binoculars provided.
Saturday 29 Jul 2017 - Saturday 28 Oct 2017, All Day
WCAF16 Open winner Bex Ilsley presents a new body of work which explores the performance of the self, particularly in the digital realm. Ilsley combines a variety of fabricated and appropriated objects, props and locations to construct surreal, sci-fi portraits and video works; primarily disseminated via social media and her website.