Alternative Approaches to Taxidermy was a participatory workshop led by David Blyth as part of our 2018 Wild Sharing series of events, using the Eurasian Woodcock as a way to formulate questions about the world.
Double Signature was a 2009 exhibition of work by four artistic partnerships of artists who made the particular choice to work collaboratively: Boyd & Evans, Bryan and Laura Davies, Helen Evans and Heiko Hansen (HeHe), and Susan Bonvin-Andrew Eden.
The Twelfth Player was a 2017 immersive tour of Northampton Town Football Club created by Seven Sisters Group, blending video, live performance and mobile app technology, to take audiences on a journey through Sixfields Stadium.
The Listening Forest is a publication of poems, prints and paper cuts by Sophie Herxheimer, made during her 2014-2015 residency in Rockingham Forest.
Out to Art was the name given to a series of installations and interventions in 2007 encouraging members of the public to experience both art and nature. Naturalist Matthew Oates recounts both these “doings” and the world beyond.
Touchstone was a site specific performance by Salamanda Tandem, taking place throughout Corby Cube in 2013, exploring the building through the movement, sound and touch of visually impaired performers Indra Slavena and Mickel Smithen.
In 2013, artist Sophie Cullinan took words from A Humument, Tom Phillips’ iconic reworked novel, processed them through signage (twice) and returned them to a new, different book form.
Open Online One was a yearlong presentation of work from an international array of artists from November 2010 to November 2011, responding to new possibilities opened up by the Internet in a creative way, particularly in terms of finding new ways of thinking, making, engaging and interacting with art.
Alternative Site Survey was a 2013 live art performance by Holly Rumble, using electromagnetic pick-up coils to detect and amplify the invisible electrical circuits embedded in the walls, floors and other spaces around the Corby Cube.
Stone Clad Cottages was Richard Woods’ candy-coloured faux stone cladding makeover of Sudborough Green Lodge, from October 2008 to January 2009.