Roy Voss, Hide, 2015
Susan Hiller, Channels, 2013, installation by Peter White
David Cheeseman, Neither here not there, 2015
Bronwen Buckeridge, Blackrock Residency, 2015
Rebecca Birch, How the Miner Looks, 2015
Rebecca Birch, How the Miner Looks, 2015
David Cheeseman, Neither here not there, 2015
Roy Voss, Hide, 2015

Roy Voss, Hide, 2015

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Rebecca Birch, Bronwen Buckeridge, David Cheeseman, Susan Hiller and Roy Voss

Blackrock Residency 2015

15 July – 19 September 2015

Blackrock

The Blackrock Artist Residency Programme is a partnership between Matt’s Gallery, London and Lydney Park Estate on the edge of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. Blackrock will see work by artists Rebecca Birch, Bronwen Buckeridge, David Cheeseman and Roy Voss sited throughout the estate including the woods, the Mansion, the caves, the Roman temple, the rhododendron gardens and the village hall. Whilst in residence in April to May 2015, the artists stayed in a farmhouse on the estate and shared in a community of interaction, conceptual development and production of work with the support of Robin Klassnik and Rupert Bathurst. To launch Blackrock, new works by all four artists will be shown on the 19 & 20 September 2015. At the same time Matt’s Gallery will show Susan Hiller’s Channels (2013), a major 104 screen audio-sculptural installation in which disembodied voices report on ‘near-death’ experiences.