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Natasha MacVoy: Eye Witness

Sat 17 Feb 2024 - Sat 13 Apr 2024





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Natasha MacVoy: Eye Witness

A solo exhibition featuring recent works by Gloucestershire-based artist Natasha MacVoy who works across sculpture, film, performance and text.

Eye Witness showcases an approach to art making, research and language that probes the assumption that we understand what we see. Throughout her practice, Natasha explores ideas and motifs that relate to invisible labour, care and neurodiversity, realising these through the playful use of doubling, repetition, and the considered use of close-at-hand materials.

In an expanded video installation, site-specific interventions, sculpture, drawing and further film based works, the artist explores her own lived experiences; the various ways she has rehearsed, adapted, and changed the fabric of the world, in order to provide an invisible support structure for her neurodivergent children. Simultaneously, she highlights universal experiences based on our perception of space, the passage of time, processes of making, and how we might gather, hold, and return to our thoughts.



Exhibition launch: Sat 17 Feb, 3–5pm, free.

Join the artist to celebrate the opening day of their new exhibition.

Performance reading and discussion event: Sat 13 Apr, 2.30pm, free.

A performed reading of the text if I walk behind you, written by independent writer and curator Jes Fernie, followed by a relaxed discussion about the wider themes of the exhibition.

Natasha Macvoy print

Natasha MacVoy: Please be seated, 2024 | £30 (+p&p)

A limited edition, Giclée print from an original ink drawing, printed in a limited edition of 100 unsigned copies.

Printed with archival ink on 290gsm Hahnemühle Hemp fibre paper. Paper size 408mm × 293mm.

This edition was made as an affordable artwork to accompany Natasha MacVoy’s 2024 solo exhibition Eye Witness.

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