Summer exhibitions opening at Salisbury Cathedral and Doddington Hall | Creative collaboration with Lizzie Sykes
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Reflection at Salisbury Cathedral

Reflection is an exhibition of 9 artists who work with glass curated by Jacquiline Creswell and co curated by Rebecca Newnham. The international group of artists have responded to the Cathedral and mostly have created site specific installations. They are, Galia Amsel, Sylvie Vandenhouke, Louis Thompson, Rebecca Newnham, Amy Cushing, Livvy Fink, Sally Fawkes and Richard Jackson. 

Reflection opens 1st August 2016 - 6th November, open everyday 9am -5pm and click here for times of services Opening times 

Thanks David Bird for these great images, images of the other artist's work will be available soon

Sculpture at Doddington 

"We have exciting news! Returning this Summer for the third time will be our biennial sculpture exhibition, which has become a popular fixture in Lincolnshire’s Summer event calendar. This year, the exhibition will take place between Saturday 30 July and Sunday 11 September (open daily) and represents the chance to enjoy one of the largest and best exhibitions of sculpture in the country.

Work by over 75 leading sculptors from the UK and overseas will feature and between them they will be showing 450 original and inspirational pieces, which will be displayed to complement the different garden areas as well in the newly expanded Granary Barn in our Stable Yard. All the work will be appearing at the exhibition for the first time and will be new to the county, featuring works by sculptors Rebecca Newnham, Paul Vanstone, Howard Bowcott and Ruth Moilliet, with site specific installations from Lucy Strachan, Peter Little, Linda Johns and Chris Eckersley."

For further details follow this link

and here is the website link
Here are a few more images from Doddington Hall, exhibition opens on 30th July; top left Uplift, top right Fledge;Increments of Flight, bottom left Blue Lotus fountains and bottom right Stachys
Lizzie Sykes and Rebecca Newnham have been collaborating, projecting Lizzie's film onto Rebecca's sculptural panels; the work has been exhibited at The British Human Computer Interaction 2016

More info here:

"Can notions of performance contribute to our understanding of interaction to move beyond current technological paradigms? If we were to propose a new vision for human computer interaction, can we interweave the data rich digital spaces of contemporary corporate giants with the crumbling physical reality of human culture? In response to the fusing of digital culture in all fields of human existence this panel examines perceptions of space, place and time to consider both the fluid connectedness of artistic expressions, interacting independent from human guidance, and the constraint of physical motion of the human form, bound by architectures steeped in history, conflict and culture."

Copyright © 2016 Rebecca Newnham, All rights reserved.

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