A-Drift: Rosanna Blatchford 19/04/17 – 06/05/17

A-drift Rosanna Blatchford is presenting her fragile studio; working in relation to her concerns as an artist and how we relate to the world around us. Collecting objects invested with personal and common memory, such as shells from particular places, the work looks at the transitory nature of the world and the idea we are…

New Collection:Sahar Saki 30/03/17 – 15/04/17

Sahar Saki: New Collection Jewellery Sahar Saki presents a new collection of bold contemporary jewellery designs, in silver and 3d printed material, derived from her current research into modern architecture. Her work features striking incorporation of geometric elements, infused by Minimalism and the Bauhaus school. The building that has specifically shaped this new collection has…

After and Before: Richard Higlett 08/03/17 – 25/03/17

After and Before draws on Richard Higlett’s fascination with the ideas and writings of the Irish polymath J. W.  Dunne. In various papers and consolidated in An Experiment with Time (1927) and The Serial Universe (1934) Dunne discusses the notion that time is not linear and dreams are made of fragments of the future. Dunne’s…

Johana Hartwig: Three rivers wide

Johana Hartwig: Three rivers wide 15.02.17 – 04.03.17   Wednesday – Saturday, 12:30 – 5:30 Drinks: Friday 17.02.17, 6 – 8pm Artist sessions: Saturday 18.02.17, Saturday 04.03.17     This exhibition looks at our relationship with the city’s rivers and their individual identity, as well as the language we use to describe and quantify them, it…

What will we do with what is left Simon Clode and Matt Smith

Simon Clode and Matt Smith What will we do with what is left 10.01.17 – 14.01.17 ArcadeCardiff is open 12:30 – 17:30 Existing somewhere between documentary, ethnographic study and personal reflection ‘What Will We Do With What is Left’ explores representations of Palestine through the prism of Jenin Refugee Camp in the Occupied Territories. The…

Cardiff Contemporary at ArcadeCardiff

ArcadeCardiff presents three short shows to celebrate Cardiff Contemporary.     Dan Griffiths I feel your pain 17.10.2016 – 22.10.2016 The city is my home, I am the flâneur, wanderer, observer. Injuries and broken limbs hinder this process and subsequently limits my engagement with built environment. This exhibition documents many months of ongoing rehabilitation of…