Artist talk: Andrew Carnie: New work from science

Thursday 20 February, 6-7.30pm

To coincide with his joint exhibition with Susan Aldworth, ‘Illuminating the Self’, Andrew Carnie will discuss his working process and how the new work being shown arose from his discourse with scientists of the CANDO (Controlling Abnormal Network Dynamics using Optogenetics) project at the Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University, and their work on using optogenetics as a mechanism for solving some of medicine’s most incurable, intractable conditions. His wider concerns lie in art interacting with science: science as generator of ideas, how we see ourselves through the scientific lens and trying to map out how he got to this point.


Receiving the Signal

Thursday 16 – Saturday 25 January 2020

Skimstone Arts’ Young Artists Collective (YAC) and the Echo Artists have created artworks in response to the Susan Aldworth and Andrew Carnie’s ‘Illuminating the Self’ exhibition and the significant scientific research into a treatment for epilepsy that has informed it.


Mark Joshua Epstein

Mark Joshua Epstein is showing in ‘New Order: Grids and Friends’, The Yard, Brooklyn, USA, 8 December 2019 – 6 March 2020.


The Manchester Contemporary 2019

Friday 11 – Sunday 13 October 2019

Vane is pleased to be participating in The Manchester Contemporary. You can find us at stand 138.

Vane’s presentation for The Manchester Contemporary this year includes both artists from the gallery’s recent exhibition programme and from neighbouring initiatives, Ampersand Inventions and B&D Studios, both based in the Orbis building, Commercial Union House, home to the largest concentration of artists and creative organisations in Newcastle upon Tyne. Artists showing are Ben Applegarth, Feliks Culpa, Kirsty Harris, Jonpaul Kirvan, Melanie Kyles, Carole McCourt, and Narbi Price.

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