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6 Oct – 18 Dec 22

Ufuoma Essi: Is My Living in Vain

A major film commission by the London-based filmmaker whose exhibition is a meditation on the emancipatory potential of the Black church as a space of diasporic belonging, affirmation and community organising. More

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7 Jul – 18 Sep 22

Lou Lou Sainsbury: Earth is a Deadname

A solo exhibition of Sainsbury's work which rewrites the natural history of living beings, inviting the viewer to delve into alternate mythologies informed by queer and ecological activisms. More

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14 Apr – 19 Jun 22

Juha Pekka Matias Laakkonen

The Finland-based artist presents process-based and durational works that reflect on extinction and the profound impact of human interactions with the environment.  More

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27 Jan – 27 Mar 22

Gala Porras-Kim

Los Angeles-based artist Porras-Kim's work looks at the global circulation of artefacts extracted from their original sites and stored in museum collections in the West.  More

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21 Jul – 19 Sep 21

Bassam Al-Sabah: I AM ERROR

Gasworks presents the first solo exhibition in London by the Belfast-based artist. His work embraces the shape-shifting potential of computer-animated worlds, creating fantasy dreamscapes in which personal mythology, historical trauma and queer possibility intersect. More

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19 May – 4 Jul 21

Mercedes Azpilicueta: Bondage of Passions

Mercedes Azpilicueta's exhibition, Bondage of Passions, features tapestries and fabric sculptures imagining the life of Catalina de Erauso, a 17th Century nun who joined the Spanish colonial army and lived as a man. More

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1 Oct – 20 Dec 20

Eduardo Navarro: (breathspace)

Eduardo Navarro's first UK solo show (breathspace) can be viewed via a video tour lead by the artist's proxy, Self-Doll. More

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18 May – 5 Jul 20

Gasworks Online Screenings: May - June

Online screenings of works by Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Patricia Domínguez, and Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc, accompanied by interviews with the artists, texts and reviews. More

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9 Apr – 17 May 20

Gasworks Online Screenings: April and May

Works by Monira Al Qadiri. Louis Henderson & Filipa César, and Maryam Jafri will be available to stream on Gasworks’ website for one week. Each screening and is accompanied by interviews with the artists, audio lectures and reviews. More

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23 Jan – 22 Mar 20

Lauren Gault: C I T H R A

The first solo exhibition in London by Glasgow-based artist Lauren Gault. Experimenting with unorthodox techniques and manufacturing processes, Gault's work confronts the ethical, political and emotional implications of human interactions with the environment. More

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20 Sep – 16 Dec 18

James N. Kienitz Wilkins: Hearsays

Gasworks presents Hearsays, the first solo exhibition and a major new commission by Brooklyn-based artist and filmmaker James N. Kienitz Wilkins. More

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12 Apr – 10 Jun 18

Osías Yanov: Orphan Dance

The first UK solo exhibition and a major new commission by Buenos Aires-based artist Osías Yanov. The exhibition transforms the gallery into a ritual space in which to reimagine the relationships between humans and machines.   More

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25 Jan – 18 Mar 18

Rachal Bradley: Interlocutor

A major new commission by Nottingham-based artist Rachal Bradley which includes a prosthesis-like intervention on Gasworks' exterior walls, transforming the organisation into a negative ion generator. More

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21 Sep – 10 Dec 17

Zach Blas: Contra-Internet

Contra-Internet is the first institutional solo exhibition by London-based artist Zach Blas. The show confronts the growing hegemony of the internet with a major new commission, Jubilee 2033, framed by existing works in animation, moving image and vinyl text. More

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13 Jul – 10 Sep 17

Monira Al Qadiri: The Craft

The Craft is the first UK solo exhibition by Amsterdam-based artist Monira Al Qadiri. The exhibition comprises sculptures, videos and sound works that envisage international diplomacy as an alien conspiracy.  More

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27 Apr – 25 Jun 17

Filipa César & Louis Henderson: Op-Film: An Archaeology of Optics

Newly commissioned film and installation that explores how optical technologies of military and colonial design – from lighthouse Fresnel lenses to global satellite navigation systems – both inform and are informed by Western models of knowledge.  More