22 - 28 May
The Opposite of Now
Syllabus II in residence at Guest Projects, London.
Jerwood Project Space
9 January 2017 to 13 May 2017
Jerwood Project Space present an installation of drawings by Soheila Sokhanvari using crude oil and with gold on paper, with the images derived from family photographs and media from pre-revolutionary Iran.
20 January to 18 March
For this new commission, Florian Roithmayr has transformed the architecture of Bloomberg SPACE to present an aggregate of his research into material actions at an unprecedented scale.
APT Gallery, London
10 March to 2 April (Preview: 9 March)
Syllabus II artist Tyler Mallison presents a new exhibition, New Material: Living in a Material World, featuring Robert Cervera, Russell Chater, Marieke Gelissen, Paul Kindersley, Edith Kollath, Tyler Mallison, Nika Neelova and Michaela Zimmer.
Z20 Gallery, Rome
10 March, 6.30pm
As part of the exhibition WALLED GARDENS IN AN INSANE EDEN, and exploring the theme of art as therapy, Florence Peake will reprise her performance of Voicings for the first time in Rome.
River Rooms, Somerset House Studios
20 April, 5-9pm
Beyond Telepathy presents an evening of new performances and discussions investigating the potential of communication without a shared language with previous Wysing residency artists Florence Peake, Essi Kausalainen, Erica Scourti and Gary Zhexi Zhang.
23 March, 8pm to midnight
Join us to launch our new record label, Wysing Polyphonic, with our first vinyl release life/section by Ectopia who will be playing live alongside special guests N-Prolenta, xname and SIREN.
The Curve, Barbican
London-based investigative arts organisation Siobhan Davies Dance premiere an ambitious new installation comprised of multiple pieces by choreographers, visual artists, scientists and designers, including Wysing studio artist Emma Smith.
16 February, 18.30
Why do you want to go to the moon?
As part of their residency at Metal Peterborough artist Bettina Furnée and writer Lucy Sheerman have created a choral work based on candid responses from a series of interviews with twelve Peterborough couples about a potential extended trip to the moon. Excised, edited and rearranged, these transcripts form the basis of a new libretto, which reflects the format of Evensong, and explores issues of faith and changed perspectives.