Harry Little solo exhibition

This was an exhibition inspired by Francis Bacon. This exhibition was curated by myself on the 22nd of April from 10 till 4 at 44AD.

We stared by loading the van at 1 from the uni and travelled down to 44AD to unload on Saturday the 21st. We started to set up the work at 4:30 and finished at 6:30. All of the pieces were paintings were quite easy to put up. It was just measuring and maths and a bit of drilling really. The following day we exhibited at 10. At 9:30am we took the display down on Monday.

Overall the pieces of work was very easy to put up it was quite challenging to take down. It turned out 74 people came to the exhibition. I was amazed at how many people came. Perhaps it was the day or that people enjoyed Harrys work a lot more. But overall the exhibition when really well. I was happy how we displayed the work and glad I chose Harry to exhibit his work. What I learnt at this exhibition was that taking down is as important as putting up.

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Seher Martin solo exhibition

This was an exhibition inspired by architecture. This exhibition was curated by myself on the 21st of April from 10 till 4 at 44AD.

We stared by loading the van at 4 from the uni and travelled down to 44AD to unload on Friday the 20th. We started to set up the work at 4:30 and finished at 7:30. All of the pieces were displayed in boxes, so we took all of the pieces out and started to play around with the object. This was quite fun finding ways to best display these objects. The following day we exhibited at 10. At 4 we took the display down.

Overall the pieces of work was very easy to put up and take down. It turned out 37 people came to the exhibition. I was quite glad at how many people came. Perhaps it was the day or that people enjoyed Seher work a lot more. But overall the exhibition when really well. I was happy how we displayed the work and glad I chose Seher to exhibit her work. What I learnt at this exhibition was that you can never plan out how to display someone’s work before entering in the space with the object.

Amy Frost solo exhibition

This was an exhibition inspired by drawing. Amy Frost the artists was wanting to explore line and how it is seen on a page, she displayed her work, also made a performance during the exhibition using chalk to suggest expression. This exhibition was curated by myself on the 20th of April from 10 till 4 at 44AD.

We stared by loading the van at 1:30 from the uni and travelled down to 44AD to unload on Thursday the 19th. We started to set up the work at 2 and finished at 4. All of the pieces were displayed and a very large roll of paper and displayed them by using nails on the wall. The following day we exhibited at 10. Amy started her performance at 12, during this point a few people appeared to watch Amy. A few people gave nice comments about the work. At 4 we took the display done.

Overall the pieces of work was very easy to put up and take down. It turned out 17 people came to the performance. I was quite disappointed at how so few people came. Perhaps it was the day or that performance art is not a very popular amongst the public. But overall the exhibition when really well. I was happy how we displayed the work and glad I chose Amy to exhibit her work. What I learnt at this exhibition was perhaps advertising should have been better and clear signs to show the public where the exhibition is.

Seher Martin

We welcome everyone to a solo exhibition works done by Seher Martin. The exhibition will be held at 44AD, Bath at 11am till 4pm on Saturday the 21st of April. The exhibition will be held for one day only! No admission fees or bookings.

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Seher Martin is a Second-year student at bath spa school of art and design. Her work consists of sculptures and installation. Explores concrete and plaster by investigates the materials attributes. While investigating question of being oneself and one’s place in the world; her work examines how a person connects within society; socially, politically and spiritually.Seher poster.jpg

Amy Frost

We welcome everyone to a solo exhibition works done by Amy Frost. The exhibition will be held at 44AD, Bath at 11am till 4pm on Friday the 20th of April. The exhibition will be held for one day only! No admission fees or bookings.

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Amy Frost is a Second-year student at bath spa school of art and design. Her work is varied from performances, paintings and videos. Process is very important to her, and view this more than the final product. She explores freedom of expression using improvisation.

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Untitled (mona Lisa exhibition)

For this exhibition I wanted to enhance the reality that the most well know painting in the world (the mona Lisa) is 77 x 53 cm. The size of the paint isn’t very large,but if you were to look at the mona Lisa at the louvre it is very hard to have a good look at it, since thete is a line you have to stand behind and the large crowd. So you can only get a small glimpse at itmi wanted to give that experience to people by creating the paintings at the mesuerment of inch x inch.

Mona Lisa at Walcot Chapel exhibition

This was an exhibition with art works that were produced by second year student at Bath Spa School of art and design. This was held at the Walcot Chapel, Bath. The theme for this exhibition was to reproduce the most well know painting (mona Lisa) with there own interpretation. Each student produced there own opinion on the painting of the mona Lisa. This exhibition was supported by the uni. Students had 3 weeks to produce there works and display them at the Walcot. It was a great private view, celebrating people’s work. The private view was held on the 6/2/18 at 6-8pm. Exhibition closed on the 10/2/18 at 4pm.

Behind the scenes

Here are some of the photos of the night.