Spacex Gallery

12 May — 7 July 2012

Spacex

45 Preston Street

Exeter

EX1 1DF

Opening times

Tuesday—Saturday: 10:00—17:00

Contact

T 01392 431786

F 01392 213786

mail@spacex.org.uk

www.spacex.org.uk

FRIEZE REVIEW

See Colin Glen’s thoughtful analysis of TOPOPHOBIA in Frieze online at www.frieze.com

Interview – Louise K Wilson

Hear Louise K Wilson talking about her commission for Spacex at www.mixcloud.com Her commission for TOPOPHOBIA was shown at Exeter Phoenix.

Missing Scenes — An evening at Hanging Rock
5 July 2012, 6.15pm
at Exeter Phoenix
Free but booking is essential via Exeter Phoenix Box Office 01392 667 080

Peter Weir’s Picnic at Hanging Rock, will be screened with sound and video interventions by Louise K Wilson. She will explore the film’s multiple interpretations and resistance to resolution.  See the trailer here.

TOPOPHOBIA OPENS AT SPACEX – REVIEWS

TOPOPHOBIA is previewed again in the Guardian Guide and online Guardian Art and Design mention and image.

Exhibition overview

Marja Helander and Almut Rink

Almut Rink

Uta Kogelsberger and Abigail Reynolds

Polly Gould and Uta Kogelsberger

Anne Eggebert, Louise K Wilson, Polly Gould

Anne Eggebert and Louise K Wilson

Matthias Einhoff, Polly Goud and Anne Eggebert

Matthias Einhoff

Emily Speed

David Ferrando Giraut

Uta Kogelsberger, Abigail Reynolds and Marja Helander

Spacex Forthcoming

The exhibition install is well under way at Spacex.  It is intriguing to see how the reconfigured relationships between the works unfold in another new gallery space.  We are all very excited about the opening at Spacex on Saturday 12th May 2012.

For Spacex’s rich summer programme of TOPOPHOBIA related activities see Spacex website TOPOPHOBIA events.

Louise K Wilson has been invited to produce a new work in parallel to the exhibition. This work, Missing Scenes
– An Evening at Hanging Rock
, is based on Peter Weir’s iconic film Picnic at Hanging Rock. The work explores the film’s multiple interpretations and resistance to resolution. It will be presented at Exeter Phoenix on 5 July and consist of a screening of Weir’s original 1975 feature film with video and sound interventions by the artist.  For booking details and the trailer see here.