Curated in response to the question Where does Progress End? this exhibition showcases three very different interpretations on constant movement. Jin Eui Kim explores how the perception of three-dimensional ceramic forms can be manipulated by the application of arrangements of [...]
Artists living within a 1 hour journey time of the gallery have been invited to send us postcards or postcard size 2D artworks (15 x 10.5cm) that respond to the notions of progress and freedom. Whatever, whoever, wherever or whenever their thoughts will be displayed in aspex’s ‘corridor of uncertainty’.
Questions of Home: Excavations in Film & Fragments Lost in the Ether was inspired by a recent residency by Patti Gaal Holmes in the artist’s ‘home’ country, South Africa, and a collaboration with Australian singer/songwriter Emily Barker on the subject of ‘home’.
Fun creative workshops run with the support of Portsmouth City Council and Portsmouth Autism Support Network, for children with autism and Special Educational Needs and their families. These sessions are free with tea and cake provided. Sessions for children with autism run from 11am-12.30pm, for [...]
Celebrating Camp Bestival’s Around The World theme, Team CB and aspex are proud to announce the ultimate in kids’ discos – The Camp Bestival Around The World Tour on Sunday 2 June from 12 – 3pm. The inaugural tour will feature cool [...]
How can art reveal fragmented experiences and memories of home when the trauma of displacement occurs? What does ‘home’ mean to settlers and immigrants? Exploring their pasts in different parts of Africa, two artists explore personal and collective experiences dealing [...]
To coincide with the Never End exhibition in the Craft and Design Space featuring Eleanor Bolton’s large scale jewellery, Eleanor will be running a creative workshop on Tuesday 11 June between 6.30-8.30pm. Predominantly using stitch and textile techniques to create sculptural forms, [...]