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The Late Shows 2014

Stu Herring: Brick vessel

Saturday 17 May 2014, 7-11pm


Coinciding with the last day of his exhibition at the gallery, Existence Experiments, Herring will be building a circular wall around himself until he is entirely cut off from the audience. ‘Brick vessel’ is the latest of Herring’s works to explore through ritualistic acts his ongoing investigation of notions of personal freedom.

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The Wednesday Lecture

Mike Collier: Art and Walking



Wednesday 14 May 2014, 5:30-7pm



In this presentation and discussion, Mike Collier will talk about a series of collaborative art-walking projects with natural historians, photographers, writers, sound artists and members of the public across a range of landscapes of the North of England, embarked on over the last three years.

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The Wednesday Lecture

Sharron Lea: Revolutionary Ramblings



Wednesday 7 May 2014, 5:30-7pm





This talk explores rambling as a revolutionary activity – from class issues to the right to roam. Lea will discuss the history of trespass and civil resistance in the UK through looking at the impact of confrontational and campaign walks.

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The Wednesday Lecture

Paul Barlow: Shakespeare

Wednesday 30 April 2014, 5:30-7pm

It has long been claimed that Shakespeare was not the true author of the works published under his name. This strange conspiracy theory dates back to the Victorian period, but it has recently entered wider popular culture through the film Anonymous, in which the real author is revealed to be the Edward de Vere, the Earl of Oxford.

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The Wednesday Lecture Annual Fundraiser

John Sadler: ‘Terror 9 – Exercise, Command and Control – The day of the GERBIL’

Saturday 26 April 2014, 10:30am-1pm

Join us on Saturday 26 April 2014, 10:30am-1pm, for an exciting day of LARPing (Live Action Role Playing) at Vane! This fundraiser will help fund the Wednesday Lecture series and help us keep it free for all.

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A Walk Announced

Saturday 5 April 2014 (one day event)

In ‘A Walk Announced’, Zoë Anderson attempts to bypass the limitations of representation of landscape, particularly within a gallery context, by dispensing with the artifice of any kind of pictorial, auditory or verbal description, and to access the sublime nature of the experience through what Anderson calls ‘framed silence’.

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VOLTA NY 2014

Thursday 6 – Sunday 9 March 2014

Vane presents work by Mark Joshua Epstein at VOLTA NY art fair, New York, USA, Thursday 6 – Sunday 9 March 2014.

Jorn Ebner takes figures from the scatological hallucinations of William Burrough’s novels, such as the central Nova Express Character Death Dwarf, and transforms them into drawings of tremulous intensity […] consciously informed by historical sources, ranging from Hans Holbein’s 16th century dancing skeletons through to Henri Michaux’s mid 20th century mescaline-fuelled experiments."

- Robert Clark, The Guardian Guide, 22-28 February 2014 -
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