Illuminating the Self
Featuring original work by Susan Aldworth and Andrew Carnie it is a response to ground-breaking research led by Newcastle University into developing a new treatment for epilepsy.
Themes within the two exhibitions include the human perspective of living with epilepsy and the potential impact of technological interventions within the brain. Until 9 May 2020
Origins & Endings
This exhibition brings together the work of an artist and a musician who have collaborated with PEALS academics and scientists.
The works align with the current interest in the Medical Humanities, and the relationship between bioethics and arts practice as a medium for research and engagement. The exhibition features works by musician Mark Carroll and artist Marianne Wilde. Until 7 March 2020
Heather Ross: The Losses
This exhibition is the culmination of Heather Ross’s practice- based PhD research into the work of artist Kurt Schwitters, specifically focusing on his Merz Barn Wall.
The Losses refers to a term used in conservator’s reports, to describe the ephemera (or fragments) which have been detached or become displaced from the original artwork. Until 9 May 2020
Merz Barn Wall
The Merz Barn Wall is one of the UK’s international art treasures and is on permanent display at the Hatton Gallery.
As part of the redevelopment of the Hatton, Schwitters’ Merz Barn Wall underwent essential conservation and is now presented alongside new interpretation.
On permanent display
Hatton Gallery Opening Times: Monday to Saturday. 10am to 5pm