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16 Sep 21

Lecture: Esther Leslie

A talk by professor Esther Leslie about the poetics and politics of computer-animated worlds. More


11 Sep 21

Autumn Open Studios

Get to know our artists in residence at this free event offering visitors a unique opportunity to see, hear about and discuss the research and work-in-progress that the artists' have been developing over the past three months. More


4 Sep 21

Honeysuckle Joyride: Jennifer Mehigan

An online video essay by artist and writer Jenniffer Mehigan addressing the themes of decay, queer kinship and the Irish landscape through a post-humanist lens. More


25 – 27 Jun 21

Bondage of Passions: Ode

Experience a site-specific sound installation in the gallery by writer and composer Ella Finer, that re-imagines Azpilicueta's tapestries as portals made of speaker cloth. More


16 Jun – 4 Jul 21

Weaving Past and Future: Panel Discussion

Listen to a podcast in which Mercedes Azpilicueta and curator Sabel Gavaldon discuss Catalina de Erauso and the construction of history with a literary historian, archaeologist, and art historian. More


9 Jun – 4 Jul 21

Erauso: The Inner Experience

Video essay by archivist and curator Verónica Rossi presented in dialogue with a roaming gaze across the intricate tapestries produced for Bondage of Passions exhibition. More


8 – 18 Apr 21

Spring Open Studios

From 8 - 18 April artists in residence Antonia Luxem, Henry Bradley, Jamila Prowse and Tawfik Naas share past works and works-in-progress on our website, providing photos, videos and text for audiences to experience online.  More


22 – 30 Jan 21

Open to Interpretation

Hilmi Johandi, Two minutes of island paradise (Sun set to rise) n.2, Single Channel Video, 00:02:15 More


14 – 24 Jan 21

Winter Open Studios Online

As Gasworks' building is temporarily closed we have taken our open studios online! Watch interviews with participating artists and see some of their projects and work in progress. More


21 Oct 20 – 15 Feb 21

Ask Self-Doll

Gasworks presents Ask Self-Doll, an online programme accompanying Eduardo Navarro’s … More


13 Oct – 30 Nov 20

A River Waits Reply

A screening series developed in partnership between seven international arts organisations, A River Waits Reply presents moving-image works from around the world as a poetic reply to this unprecedented year. More


20 – 27 Aug 20

Episode 6: The Economy is Still Happening

Ruth and Amy catch up with speakers from the previous episodes to find out how the pandemic has affected them, and what hopes they have for the ‘new normal’.   More


13 – 27 Aug 20

Episode 5: We are the True Currency

What do we want the economy to be? How can we make a feminist economy? This episode looks at how feminist principals are used to shape research and economic policy. More


6 – 27 Aug 20

Episode 4: Suspended Time

Exploring the role unpaid care has in relation to women and work, this episode focuses on motherhood, and the profoundly shocking experience (for some) of infant dependency and the subsequent assertion of gender roles.  More


16 Jul 20

Episode 1: If Women Counted

Beginning by asking 'What is feminist economics? How are women part of, and excluded from, the economy?', artists Ruth Beale and Amy Feneck start to unpack the issues around work, care and parenthood. More


22 Jun – 5 Jul 20

Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc - Foreword to Guns for Banta

Abbonec’s diaporama re-introduces the public to the work of Sarah Maldoror, a pioneering yet little known French filmmaker of Guadeloupean origin, whose films are closely linked to the liberation struggles in lusophone Africa. More