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GALLERY PROJECT SPACE AND STUDIO IN THE COTSWOLDS

ARTIST RESIDENCIES

An exhibition of recent works by illustrator Luke Daniels including drawings, prints, books and designs for video gaming. It demonstrated the work processes of the artist and how he develops his ideas from gestural drawings to refined digital illustrations. Luke's subjects include reworkings of legends of the super hero and mythology as well as responses to the natural world, local folklore and landscape.

Exhibitions at AYYO

showcase the work of

studio interns, Art Pitch residency artists and invited artists.

The gallery project space offers the opportunity to show and review new work in a relaxed and experimental way.

Artists are encouraged to hold associated events such as talks with the local community.

The curator works closely with artists and supports them with contextualising and presentation.

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SHIFT the exhibition, showed works by artist CENDRINE COLIN during her residency in July 2102. Cendrine, a Swedish-French artist living and working in Switzerland, was the first invited artist to the AYYO residency programme ART PITCH.

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Photographer and city garden activist MARTIN STOTT's exhibition at AYYO, ‘Gardens Of Liberation’ selected photographic works from his ongoing project on worldwide urban agriculture. The inspiring pictures showed gardens and those who struggled to make them in confined and challenging urban spaces. They spanned a period of twenty years and included pictures from Cuba, the USA and the UK.

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The culmination of Flannery's two week residency the installation introduced Flannery's new composition made with sensors reacting to the colour of meadow flowers she had collected suspended in ice.

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Clare curated FESTAL FAVOURS, a programme of performance art, sound installation, experimental printmaking and new writing for the Charlbury Arts Festival in June 2017.

 

The programme introduced the work of emerging artists as well as showcasing the work of major names. All made new works for Charlbury that met with the history and people of the town.

Participating artists were Isabel Wilkinson, Holly Slingsby, Aaron Williamson, Philip Lee,

Brian Catling, Cally Trench, Jo Thomas, Veronica Cordova de la Rosa, Jack Catling,

Rhiannon Evans, Clare Carswell, Neil C Smith & William H Harvey.

Info on all artists and events at  https://festalfavours.tumblr.com

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