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Artists’ Film: Gerard Ortín Castellví, Agrilogistics

25 May 2022

Join us for the UK premiere of Agrilogistics (2021), a film that looks at recent technological transformations in contemporary industrial agriculture, followed by a conversation with the artist, filmmaker and researcher Gerard Ortín Castellví and scholar Dimitris Papadopoulos. Tulip bulbs, chrysanthemum stems and vine tomatoes are processed through cameras, feeding datasets that regulate their own […]

Listening Session: Seeing Through Flames: eleven theses on p-funk

9 June 2022

‘We left a riot and went to one’, eleven theses on p-funk The study sessions are informal discussion groups. Seeing Through Flames is a series of auditory assemblages that turn listening into a collective channel of exchange. These sessions open out the ideas and themes of our research strand, Emergency & Emergence, and survey different […]

The Adventure Playground: Presentation by Sol Pérez-Martínez

1 July 2022

The Adventure Playground: Architectures of Contemporary Play is a series of exploratory talks and propositions that investigates processes of play and imagination and their role in built environments and the designed spaces of playgrounds in Britain. It brings forward the architectural and political history of playgrounds as dedicated spaces for children across contemporary cities and […]

Workshop: I am a Turtle

17 July 2022

What is the use of being a turtle? Does it make sense to carry out an action that was already an artwork done by an artist? What is the distinction we can make between a disguise and a tool that helps us reach a new state of mind? What happens when masks stop being masks […]

The Adventure Playground: Talk by Aberrant Architecture

22 July 2022

The Adventure Playground: Architectures of Contemporary Play is a series of exploratory talks and propositions that investigates processes of play and imagination and their role in built environments and the designed spaces of playgrounds in Britain. It brings forward the architectural and political history of playgrounds as dedicated spaces for children across contemporary cities and […]

The Adventure Playground: Present/Play with Gabriela Burkhalter

27 July 2022

The Adventure Playground: Architectures of Contemporary Play is a series of exploratory talks and propositions that investigates processes of play and imagination and their role in built environments and the designed spaces of playgrounds in Britain. It brings forward the architectural and political history of playgrounds as dedicated spaces for children across contemporary cities and […]

Wednesday Walkthrough: Meriem Bennani: Life on the CAPS

8 June 2022

Join Nottingham Contemporary for a Wednesday Walkthrough – a gallery tour where artists, experts, researchers and academics give short talks in their field of expertise relating to the concepts explored in our exhibition. Dr Hind Elhinnawy is a Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University. Her research is based around gender-focused social […]

Wednesday Walkthrough: Assemble + Schools of Tomorrow: The Place We Imagine

8 June 2022

Join Nottingham Contemporary for a Wednesday Walkthrough – a gallery tour where artists, experts, researchers and academics give short talks in their field of expertise relating to the concepts explored in our exhibition. Dr Karen Chantrey Wood is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University. Her main research interests are […]

Listening Session: Seeing Through Flames: The Strangeness of the Dub

27 September 2022

The study sessions are informal discussion groups. Seeing Through Flames is a series of auditory assemblages that turn listening into a collective channel of exchange. These sessions open out the ideas and themes of our research strand, Emergency & Emergence, and survey different possibilities of forming solidarity through sound and music. Seeing Through Flames convenes […]

Welbeck Abbey State Room Tours

Take a guided tour of Welbeck Abbey and explore this hidden gem. Nestled in the rolling Nottinghamshire countryside, this country house remains a private family home. As such, we have limited numbers of tours available throughout the year. Book a tour to see six grand State Rooms that date back to the 18th century, where […]