1998


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Keith Piper: Relocating the Remains

Retrospective of Keith Piper's work over 15 years.
Relocating the Remains: Depicting history: mapping the spaces of the post-colonial experience
18 Jul – 27 Feb 2000


Blonde: Multimedia

Joy Gregory's online project "Blonde" is witty and incisive. Visitors are invited to explore the notion of blonde, not just as a hair colour but also as a state of mind, by finding out what kind of blonde they would be.
01 Jul – 01 Oct 1998


White Cube/Black Hole: Multimedia

Hilary Brown focused on the exhibition Parisien(ne)s held at Camden Arts Centre in 1997 as the subject of her virtual reality project which explores designs for multimedia documentation of contemporary art exhibitions.
01 Jan – 01 Mar 1998


Diary of a Victorian Dandy

A collision of performance and photography reflecting the nation's popular taste for the period costume drama and nostalgia for a utopian past at the heart of 'little' England.
01 Oct 1998


Simon Tegala: Anabiosis

3 images from the project

Simon Tegala was wired up to a personal heart rate monitor, for a period of two weeks, 24 hours a day in February 1998.
02 Feb – 14 Feb 1998


Monika Dutta: Disposed Ofs (sic)


01 Oct – 30 Oct 1998


Aubrey Williams

Aubrey Williams is one of the most original post-war British artists. The Guyana-born artist brought together a spectrum of visual influences and cultural perspective in his paintings that ranged from classical music to pre-Columbian iconography. Moving between figuration and abstraction, Williams' paintings defy easy categorisation.
12 Jun – 16 Aug 1998