22 February 2019

In Situ opened last night

Adi O’Hara, Belinda Wincote and Jo Morrow

Open 11am-5pm 23-4 February 2019

17 February 2019

In Situ opens Friday 22 February 6-8pm

Adi O’Hara, Belinda Wincote and Jo Morrow

Open 11am-5pm 23-4 February 2019

The opening of In Situ this coming Friday 22nd February is the culmination of a three-week project undertaken by Adi O’Hara, Belinda Wincote and Jo Morrow. The artists have used the project space of ArticulateUpstairs as a platform for investigating the properties of form, and colour, shape and shadow, within the architectural structure of the building. Notions of how we negotiate space and the relative accessibility of different art forms have also preoccupied the artists. The result is a series of affectionately termed ‘Trash Tapestries’ that have evolved over the weeks in a process of paint application, erasure, cutting and stitching. It is no metaphor to say that a fair amount of blood, sweat and tears has gone into the project; not least of all due to needlepoint injury, a steamy weather forecast, and general hilarity. During their time at Articulate, the artists have documented their process in photograph and time-lapse video. Some of these images will be on display at opening night

We hope you can join us!


In Situ in progress, 2019

2 February 2019

Opening Friday 22 February - Jo Morrow, Adi O'Hara and Belinda Wincote

In Situ

Opening Friday 22nd February 6-8pm

Open Saturday 23rd – Sunday 24th February, 11am - 5pm

In Situ is an exhibition of collaborative work by Jo Morrow, Adi O’Hara and Belinda Wincote in response to the mezzanine space of ArticulateUpstairs. Each artist brings their particular interest in investigating and describing the architecture of space to the group project. The artists are interested in form and colour relationships, variously explored through the rendering of the shifting and elusive nature of shadows, the imagining and deconstruction of interior space, through to a concrete and tactile working-out of map-like trajectories through spaces in the building. A playful process of painting, editing, negotiating and assembling will contribute to the work to be shown on opening night.

The artists will use ArticulateUpstairs as a project space for two weeks, with the opening for public exhibition on the final weekend. Please note that while Articulate will be open from 9 February for the ground-floor exhibition, In Situ will not be open until 22 February. 

Adi O'Hara Watch This Space 2019