White Moose are working with Matthew Broadhead to develop this project into his first solo exhibition. An interaction with geology, astronomy and photography as critical subjects has evolved to encompass history, mythology, religion and technology in Iceland.
An innovative project valuing North Devon’s rich glove making heritage, a world centre in the 19th and early 20th Century, now in danger of being forgotten with closure of local factories. Exhibition coming to White Moose from 11 June – 30 July 2016.
London based artist Jonny Briggs was awarded the Soil Culture residency at White Moose which took place in Barnstaple from 22 September to 3 October 2014. Jonny previously exhibited at White Moose as part of the group exhibition Masquerade in 2013. An collection of work from all the Soil Culture residencies will form an exhibition which will tour to White Moose from 16 April to 4 June 2016.
Soil Culture artist Pete Ward alongside Francesca Owen, have recently opened their new workshop and art space in Ilfracombe – eARTh. Pete and Francesca’s work explores their relationship with nature, and more specifically North Devon’s rich and diverse ecology, through contemporary painting, installation and workshops.
Age of Panic is an exhibition by Marcus Lanyon due to debut at White Moose soon (date to be confirmed), before touring to several other galleries in the South West and Griffin Gallery, London.
Award-winning Exeter artist Volkhardt Müller has created a project-led arts space on the edge of Exeter’s central retail area, exploring the theme of TOPOS (common place).
Mariners Way began its life as a knotted rope sphere, as a memorial to an ancient walk across Devon. Combining traditional materials, such as tarred marlin rope and old techniques of knotting, macramé, Edward recounted each step he took along the walk into a knot, thus recreating the Mariners Way walk into a material object.
This project by the artist Emma Critchley plans to realise a series of site specific installations spanning the area of Hartland to Bristol and Cardiff in response to the most destructive flood in British History in 1607.
Project AfterBirth is an open art exhibition which premiered at White Moose gallery from 2 October – 14 November 2015. The exhibition will be touring to a number of art spaces and universities across the UK and Ireland.