Tom Little
in Residency
25th May 2017 – 2nd June 2017
at Thirteen A

Tom Little spent two weeks at 13a for his residency filling the space with sand. After the residency finished he returned the sand back to the beach.

Tom Little website


Easton Pottery Spring Workshop
with Rachel Kurdynowska
19th April 2017 – 17th May 2017
at Dove Street Studios

Easton Pottery Spring Workshop 2

5 week course making a selection of domestic-ware using various methods of hand building. Focusing on primitive and immediate interaction with material and relaxation through making.  Rachel Kurdynowska has been making pots for the past 5 years. With an interest and respect for the traditional medium, her process lead practice allows for sensitivity and intuition to play a large part in her making. Drawing inspiration from sculptural forms and subconscious observation, her work attempts to encompass elements of both the domestic along side contemporary design.

Easton Pottery website


Marcia X
Residency PV
4th May 2017
at Dove Street Studios

Marcia X PV

Marcia X

in Residency
7th April 2017 – 7th May 2017
at Dove Street Studios

Marcia Residency

Artist Marcia X’s work focuses on an exploration of the cultural, existential crisis of Diaspora women, fragmentation of the self through physical displacement and retracing threads of memory. The work created during her residency included film, installation and performance.

Marcia X website


Michael James Lewis
in Residency
4th April 2017 – 23rd April 2017
at Thirteen A

Michael James Lewis Residency

Michael’s practice focuses on the relationship between the language of architecture and the physical experience of space. Over the course of his residency, he played with shadow and light exploring the shop as a viewing device through physical interventions, drawings, and photographs.

Michael James Lewis website


Miles Brass
Philosophy Lecture Series – Alucinari
13th April 2017 – 27th April 2017
at Dove Street Studios

Miles Brass Lecture Series

Miles Brass presents Alucinari, a series of three philosophy lectures focusing on the role of images in our fantasies.

1 – ‘Swimming with Icarus’ explores how pictures of life come to appear more legitimate than our own experience. The presentation explores a diverse range of sources – film, television, games, novels, advertising – illustrating the ways in which we construct fantasies.

2 – ‘Refreshing Inertia’ explores the ways in which digital media manifests a compulsion to repeat. Drawing on the phenomena of 24hour news, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, computer games and content aggregators, it examines the apparent diversity of perspectives made present by digital media.

3 – ‘Inspiring Vapors’ asks if utopia can still be hoped for. Moving through children’s literature, aeronautics, daydreams, and many other sources, it examines the ways in which our world is shot through with utopian splinters, and poised above an abyss.


UEA/NUA Exhibition – Ampersand
27th February 2017 – 4th March 2017
at Dove Street Studios


A collaborative exhibition between UEA and NUA, a result of the conjunction of Creative Writing & Illustration students. Character and narrative was constructed through a mutual process of exchange. Text and image united the creative pairings of writer and illustrator to produce a showcase of innovative work.


Move Your Homeland

20th February 2017 – 26th February 2017
at Dove Street Studios / Nunns Yard / Thirteen A / Yallops / Market Stalls

Move Your Homeland

A three day performance and group exhibition of international artists working together. A collaboration between Dyad Creative – Norwich, S_A_R Project of ce-Völklingen and Jungdabang – Seoul, curated by Julia Rabusai.