4 June-16 July 2006   //   Dilston Grove

HELD
Graeme Miller

Preview:  Sunday 4 June // 3-5pm Exhibition Open:  Thursday // Friday // Saturday // Sunday // 11am-5pm

Ten fragile glass bowls of sky, hold them and they come to life charged with vibrating sound. Each vessel represents a lost life. Held is a mesmerising audio-visual installation that connects its audience with the disturbing phenomenon of people who died falling

Anne Bean, REAP (2005). Courtesy of the artist, Artsadmin & CGP London.
17 Sep-30 Oct 2005   //   Dilston Grove

REAP
Mark Anderson, Anne Bean, Lucy Baldwyn, David Chapman, Marcus Coates, Rachel Cohen, Holly Darton, Gail Dickerson, Graham Fagen, Brian Gilson, Ilur Malus Islandus, Meg Mosely, Miyako Narita, Lucille Power, Emily Richardson, Harald Smykla, Eden Solomon, Richard Wilson, z'ev

Exhibition Open:  Thursday // Friday // Saturday // Sunday // 11am-5pm

19 ARTISTS, 30 INSTALLATIONS, 365 DAYS Mark Anderson, Anne Bean, Lucy Baldwyn, David Chapman, Marcus Coates, Rachel Cohen, Holly Darton, Gail Dickerson, Graham Fagen, Brian Gilson, Ilur Malus Islandus, Meg Mosely, Miyako Narita, Lucille Power, Emily Richardson, Harald Smykla, Eden Solomon, Richard

Cathy Ward & Eric Wright, Eden's End installation view (2006). Courtesy of the artists & CGP London.
13 Jul - 7 Aug 2005   //   The Gallery

DESTINY MANIFEST
Cathy Ward & Eric Wright

The spectacular centrepiece of Destiny Manifest Eden’s End is a panoramic diorama from a changing viewpoint showing natural landmarks that would have guided 19th century travellers; The Platte River, Chimney Rock, Independence Rock, Signature Cliff, Pilots Peak, Skull Valley and Donner Lake. The viewpoint

DILSTON GROVE, Ackroyd & Harvey (2003). Courtesy of the artists & CGP London.
13 Apr-13 Jun 2003   //   Dilston Grove

DILSTON GROVE
Ackroyd & Harvey

“Making Dilston Grove in 2003 was a pivotal work for us, a work that was actually over 13 years in the planning. During the course of researching sites we visited and photographed many empty or disused churches in London but none struck