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Carwyn Evans: UDO

4 October - 13 December 2014

UDO is a substantial new body of work by Carwyn Evans. Translating from Welsh as ‘howl’, udo is an animal cry, a verb, an action of direct expression.
Carwyn’s sculptural work results from the overlaying of two contrasting cultures – that of agriculture and haute-couture. His work is concerned with the inevitability that when we consume we produce, expressed by the logical relationship between eau-de-toilette and a turd. The artist’s daily experience informs this blurring of experiences, resulting in a contrasting landscape of earth, smell, perfume, decadence, dread, desire and disgust.

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News

20 August 2014
An exhibition in celebration of the late Kim Fielding: Artist, Founder of tactileBOSCH, and Beloved
Instictator. Paradise Lost will take place in October in the old Customs & Immigration Building in Cardiff Bay as part of Cardiff Contemporary 2014. Artists are invited to respond to the exhibition’s title ‘ Paradise Lost’, and / or to the history, architecture and atmosphere of the building. For more information click the link above.
4 March 2014
Artists as Learners is a professional development opportunity for artists wanting to develop knowledge and skills of working with hard to reach young people. Artists will be mentored by an experienced lead artist and the programme will include a day's training led by Unitas.
Applications are sought from early career or emerging visual artists and makers with socially engaged practices.

Also coming up: Inga Burrows - Offset

Alongside Carwyn Evans, Inga Burrows will be presented in Unit#1. Following a period as the first artist in residence at the production studios of the long-running Welsh soap opera Pobol Y Cwm, Inga Burrows has been working with the characters (in character, not as actors) to collectively produce work. A series of activities between the artist and the actors have tried to establish a shared vocabulary to engage with contemporary work.


Previously Inga’s art practice has investigated the role of the imagination within mundane reality. In this work, the slippages between the real working environment of the actors, the imagined but equally real ‘set’ of the characters place her constantly on the blurred line between the two. Off-script but still in character, who are these people?

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In Conversation: Ryan Gander & Bedwyr Williams

In collaboration with Cardiff Contemporary, Ryan Gander and Bedwyr Williams will be in conversation discussing the current situation of Art Education and Fairfield International - a proposal by Ryan for a new Art School in Suffolk. Expect a number of detours on the way.

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Ryan Gander is an artist living and working in London and Suffolk. He has established an international reputation through artworks that materialise in many different forms from sculpture to film, writing, graphic design, installation, performance and more besides.
Bedwyr Williams lives and works in North Wales and his work takes many different forms, including installation, performance, drawing, sculpture and increasingly film. In 2013 he represented Wales at the Venice Biennale with a solo presentation titled The Starry Messenger. He recently exhibited at Tramway in Glasgow as part of the city’s GI Festival as well as Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno. He has a forthcoming solo exhibition at the Salzburger Kunstvererin in October.

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