Norwich University of the Arts Gallery

Norwich University of the Arts Gallery
St Georges Street
Norwich
Norfolk
NR3 1BB
England

Website

www.nua.ac.uk/visit/thegallery

E-mail

gallery@nua.ac.uk

Telephone

01603 886385

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Norwich University of the Arts

The Gallery at NUA presents a vibrant programme of exhibitions by internationally recognised artists, designers and media practitioners. Exhibitions are accompanied by seminars and lectures delivered by exhibitors, specialists and curators which enrich the experience of our students and public visitors alike. There are also a wide range of publications available to buy from our Sales & Information desk, associated both with current and recent shows and events and also with the NUA and Eastinternational archives. The Sales & Information desk is located within the Gallery.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Heritage site

Opening hours

During exhibitions the Gallery is open Tuesday - Saturday, 12 - 5pm. We are closed on Sunday and Monday.

Admission charges

ADMISSION FREE.

Getting there

Nearest train station is 'Norwich', and the nearest bus station is the main 'Norwich' bus station in the city center.

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Artwork by Rob Currie using VHS tape

A Machine Aesthetic

  • 30 September — 25 October 2014 *on now

A Machine Aesthetic explores the various manifestations, uses and influences of mechanisation within the practice of a diverse range of contemporary artists.

From the first daubings of pre-historic caves, through the invention of the camera obscura and ready-made oil paint in tubes to the use of digital media, artists have been among the first to embrace and exploit new technologies. The focus of A Machine Aesthetic, however, is at once narrower and broader, concerning itself specifically with the notion and implications of ‘mechanisation’ in its widest sense in contemporary art.

A Machine Aesthetic is a National touring exhibition curated by Eric Butcher and Simón Granell.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

http://www.nua.ac.uk/gallery-show-explores-art-technological-advances/

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