From the 17th of July-15th of August, c3 will be closed for annual refurbishments. The next show will open on Wednesday the 16th of August, 6-8pm

  • Gallery 1
    Dirtied Glyphs
    Jonas Ropponen

    Dirtied Glyphs is an installation of painted fabric banners by Jonas Ropponen. The banners were once sexual health centre examination table sheets sourced from one the artist’s places of employment when the medical centre transitioned to disposable sheets. The bedding received a second life as studio drop sheets, catching paint while the artist made other pieces over the space of a year.

  • Gallery 2
    Todd Johnson

    The photographs in this series were taken around the urban landscape and later buried there. Distilled over lengthy durations, these film transparencies interact with minerals and humidity of the soil to decay, transform and mutate over time. Once the film has been excavated, it is carefully washed in rainwater and left to dry in the sun. The film eventually attracts insects and bacteria, which eat away the image into material abstraction, demolishing the pictorial, and freeing the photo-object from the burden of depiction.

  • Gallery 3
    Object Dialogues
    Marina Breit

    Marina Breit has a creative practice spanning over textiles, jewelry, object, and site-specific installation; in her work she explores emergent relationships between viewer, object and site. She engages with sculptural studies that are created and arranged intuitively in staged settings. Through a process of material investigations she works with relational elements and characteristics of aesthetic intrigue that manifest in the assemblage of the works.

  • Gallery 4
    An Introduction to Liminal Aesthetics
    Ali McCann

    Ali McCann’s An Introduction to Liminal Aesthetics explores the liminal phases of artistic pedagogy and art production. The works examines the aesthetic disorientation an artist experiences during this learning process – a disorientation that creates an environment for errors, unintentional transformations and new interpretations.

  • Gallery 5
    Between You and Me
    Laura Moore and Ron Adams

    This exhibition presents two solo bodies of work with independent concepts but when placed together in conversation, expand in meaning. Facing each other these works reflect and bounce off each other in interesting ways, creating a space in between them that is void of judgment yet loaded with questions. Simple, yet essential questions about existence, self, relationships, perception and love and how we're looking for those answers today.

  • Gallery 6
    Amalia Lindo

    Amalia Lindo’s practice considers image politics through the critical application of practical methodologies such as montage, archive and narrative. Elast(i)city offers the image as a point of departure through which viewers will be invited to think about how meaning is constructed; how it becomes distorted through virtual distribution and how it can be detached and drained of its original intent to produce specific or slanted narratives.