An enhanced discussed between David Blyth and our Director James Steventon. Taxidermy, shamanism, and woodcock hauntings.
In this exhibition artists challenge how true our remembrances of the past really are as the mythic and historic share space.
Students extracted information from a plasma ball, lazers and cameras connected to computers running Artificial Intelligence algorithms.
Many hands make lightwork is an immersive digital artwork set within the nighttime grounds and historic figures of Rockingham Castle.
Artist Lucie McLaughlin mines her everyday for sounds in the three-part audio work Clickety-Clack.
An exhibition set throughout the gardens of Deene Park, exploring the friction created when desire in the natural and human worlds entwine.
This digital version of our 2021 bulletin, Issue 15 in the series, is packed with details of our exciting In Steps of Sundew programme.
Artist Marie-Chantal Hamrock presents new audio work The Iron, The Pitchfork & The Sow in this latest episode of the Fermynwoods Podcast.
Artist and writer, Gudrun Filipska shares her thoughts as she re-runs our Running Artfully Network launch event.
Stuart Moore uses AI and animation to suggest what your data self looks like on the other side of the screen.
A mask by Virginie Litzler featuring a photomontage made as an homage to change and all it requires to dance with it.
The links and content are highlighted through animations, drawing focus towards these elements, moving the focus back to the construction.
Our new podcast season starts with an original audio work by, and discussion with, artist Anna Brownsted.
The Running Artfully Network (RAN) online launch event reframes running as an artistic intervention to unpick our time of multiple global crises.
A new mask design by Ikran Abdille using the visual language of the internet to express overwhelmed lockdown feelings.
My first digital artworks were all websites, and I’m part of the generation that learned to code from Myspace and Neopets.