NN’s top floor Project Space changing weekly as different artists and collaborations test new work. Find out more about the Project Space here.
NORTHAMPTON IS MY FATE
Sayed Sattar Hasan
6–18 October 2015
Far Cotton, Northampton, NN4 8BS, UK
NORTHAMPTON IS MY FATE is a newly commissioned site-specific work by emerging British artist Sayed Sattar Hasan. The artist has appropriated an advertising billboard on Far Cotton, a major arterial road into Northampton. The eponymous phrase was first used by Hasan in a piece created for the exhibition Third Space at NN earlier this year. Since then NN have continued to work with him to develop this new artwork, which will feature on the billboard from 6–18 October 2015. The image is constructed from rubble from the demolished Greyfriars Bus Station and postcards will be given out to the public at Northampton Rail Station at various times from 7–10 October 2015.
Image: Sayed Sattar Hasan, NORTHAMPTON IS MY FATE, 2015 (detail)
They Shall Have Stars
Agnes Meyer-Brandiss, ELK and Cassini Sound, Simon Faithfull, Joshua WF Thomson
23 October–4 December 2015
Opening night: 22 October 2015, 6pm
A group show looking to Space, to what may be the home for the ultimate human diaspora and considering our relative position and direction.
Image: Simon Faithfull, Escape Vehicle no. 6, 2004
Open Exhibition 2015
Opening night 10 December 2015
CALL FOR ARTISTS
Every artist, be they professional, amateur or student at any stage in their career, is welcome to apply for our Open Exhibition 2015. This year’s judging panel are Ruth Claxton (Artist and Associate Director of Eastside Projects) and Matthew Shaul (Artistic Director of UH Galleries and Deputy Director of UH Arts).
For any queries drop us a line using our online contact form.
Join us for the launch of the Open at NN and our 3rd birthday party on
10 December 2015, 6pm