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Chapter Gallery is an international arts space that commissions, produces and presents contemporary visual and live art projects.
We offer ambitious, challenging and wide-ranging programme of exhibitions, residencies, commissions and events by established Welsh and international artists.
Sean Edwards: Drawn in Cursive
Preview: Fri 26 July, 6-8pm
Exhibition: Saturday 27 July - Sunday 22 September
âI am interested in the outpouring of things that sit at the periphery of a practice; collections of objects, images and drawings, photographs and clippings. The incidental moments and small objects in life that we sometimes neglect.â
Sean Edwardsâ work investigates the sculptural potential of the everyday, often using remnants of previous activities as a starting point to form an archive of some 600 objects, clippings, drawings and other found or made materials.In many of the works there is a sense of objects being in-progress, indeterminate and open to change; the audience is invited to play a part in their creation. The completion is only ever realised in the exhibition environment to undermine the perception of the gallery as a space for fully achieved artworks.Edwards describes this aspect of his practice as âartistic intuitionâ. Objects are gathered and collected intuitively but are all strongly connected. This exhibition will see him working more closely with the collection, to build up the archive and to create an expanding dialogue around it.
Beginning at Chapter, the exhibition will be shown in a further two venues, during which time it will evolve, shift and change in dialogue with the architecture, history and location of each space: Chapter as a former school; Netwerk, Arles as a former textile factory and Mostyn as a purpose-built picture gallery.
Sean Edwards was born in Cardiff and lives in Abergavenny. He gained his BA Fine Art at University of Wales Institute (2003) and his MA Fine Art at Slade (2005). Recent an...+ [ Read all ]
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Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday 12-6pm; Thursday & Friday 12-8pm; closed Monday
Chapter is situated in Canton, behind Cowbridge Road East, between Llandaff Road and Market Road. We are easily accessible from the city centre with our own car park at the rear of the building. There are also several free car parks nearby. Bus numbers 17 + 18 buses (Canton Police Station stop) every 5 minutes from Cardiff Central. Ring 029 2030 4400 for more details.
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Chapter welcomes disabled visitors and has full disability access. If you have any specific access requirements or questions please contact our box office on ++44 (0)29 2030 4400, minicom ++44 (0)29 2031 3430.
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Chapter offers a wide variety of educational activities, including workshops, events and projects across its Visual Arts, Cinema and Theatre Departments. For more information, please visit www.chapter.org
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Chapter has financial assistance from:
Arts Council of Wales, Film Agency for Wales, Cardiff County Council and with support from Europa Cinemas, Media programme of the European Union.
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