Tuesday, 12 April 2016

The Game’s Afoot; or Holmes for the Holidays at the Pavilion Theatre

Image Courtesy of the Pavilion Theatre.

As the curtain opens you would be forgiven for thinking you had stumbled into the wrong theatre. On stage we see Sherlock Holmes concluding a murder investigation and catching his killer – but how can that be when we are only three minutes in?

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Anthony Bartok: New Work

With titles such as Everyone is very excited about the new phone. It is slightly different than the old phone and Sam watches a funny cat video, painter and printmaker Anthony Bartok’s New Work uses humour to expose what he describes as the “slow decline of the modern West.” 

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The Charged Object: soft sculpture and the aesthetics of touch

Everyone has a favourite jumper. It’s snuggly, warm, comforting and familiar. Through soft sculpture installations, The Charged Object takes these feelings out of the domestic space and into the gallery context.

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