Evening events, Visual art, Installation

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Amy.Mae: Hard.Back Edinburgh

Artist photographing people's backs, with the aim of building a collection.

Old Street Lighting Depot, Edinburgh

Fri 22 May

£8–£15

Part of Hidden Door Festival.

Lone Wolf: exiSTENCILism

Works by Scottish stencil artist, featuring collaborations with photographers Jawn McClenaghan and George Hastings.

The Virginia Gallery, Glasgow

Fri 29 May

Free / 0141 552 5699

Opening event.

Above/Below

An eclectic mix of knitting, woodwork, screen printing, sketching, sculpture and installation.

Surface Gallery, Nottingham

Fri 1 May

Free / 0115 947 0793

  • 18:00 – 21:00 Above/Below Surface Gallery, Nottingham

Chat/1

Chat/1 at The Rose Lipman Building introduces work in progress for the exhibition I'm Not Done/2 to be held at Guest Projects, London in September 2015. This will coincide with a temporary installation of unresolved works from additional artists.

The Mill Co. Project - Rose Lipman Community Centre, London N1

Thu 7 May

Free / 020 7638 8891

  • 19:00 – 21:00 Chat/1 The Mill Co. Project - Rose Lipman Community Centre, London

Daleya Marohn: The Future's Bright The Future's Apple

London-based artist explores the biblical story of Adam and Eve, and our relationships with technology and addiction.

Shipton Street Gallery, London E2

Sun 10 May

Free / 020 7729 3739

Fri 15 May

Free / 020 7729 3739

Sat 16 May

Free / 020 7729 3739

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David Shrigley: Installation At Sketch

Over 230 original drawings by the British artist will be on display around the walls of the Gallery restaurant at London's sketch, as well as site-specific drawings and texts featured on tableware.

The Gallery At Sketch, London W1S

Sat 25 Apr

The Gallery Restuarant

Free to diners / 08707 704488

Sun 26 Apr

The Gallery Restuarant

Free to diners / 08707 704488

Mon 27 Apr

The Gallery Restuarant

Free to diners / 08707 704488

…and 404 more dates until 4 Jun 2016

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design Degree Show

Showcase for graduates of DJCAD, working in a variety of media; a chance to see the work of future art stars of Dundee.

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee

Fri 22 May

Free / 01382 345330

Opening night event.

Festival Of Student Performances

Showcase of work from the University Centre Doncaster's final year students, featuring photography, film and performance.

CAST, Doncaster

Thu 28 May

£5.50 (£3.50) / 01302 303959

Fri 29 May

£5.50 (£3.50) / 01302 303959

A Fresh Start (for Peter Russo)

Every song tells a story. You Cry Wolf are three Brighton musicians whose latest project takes you on a vivid journey through a life ruled by obsession, as though the story were your own. Seeking a different approach to the prescribed audience-artist dynamic, this might be unlike any live music performance you have ever…

Academy Of Creative Training, Brighton

Sun 24 May

The Lantern

£6 (£5) / 01273 818266

Gordon Douglas: The Garden is Our Wall

Collaborative show involving other participants, originating in a discussion about Krakow's Planty Park, a green belt around the old city which was created to replace the old city walls.

CCA, Glasgow

Thu 30 Apr

Free / 0141 352 4900

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Lecture by Professor Nick Wade

To further explore the subject of Derek Michael Besant’s exhibition, Prof Wade presents his research into representation of space and motion in human vision, as well as the relationship between visual science and visual art.

Edinburgh Printmakers

Thu 20 Aug

Free but ticketed / 0131 557 2479

Li Binyuan - Deathless Love

As part of 'Social Behaviours', performance artist Li Binyuan will enact his ground-breaking performance, 'Deathless Love' to a live CFCCA audience. He pushes his body to extremes of endurance, as he manually smashes over 100 hammers.

Centre For Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester

Thu 14 May

Free

The Microbial Verdict : You Live Until You Die / Zoe Hough

Arebyte gallery are happy to present a solo exhibition by Zoe Hough. The Microbial Verdict: You Live Until You Die explores issues surrounding ageing in modern society and the desire for control over our bodies and our minds.

Arebyte Gallery, London E9

Thu 7 May

Free

Mr Fogg: Youth

Live debut of a new project by alt-pop and Thom Yorke strategist Mr Fogg in which he swaps trademark electronic glitches for delicate chamber arrangements. Fogg's first two albums, 'Moving Parts' (2010) and 'Eleven' (2012), saw him spring a marching band on the audience of Reading Festival, take over Trafalgar Square for…

The Other Place, Brighton

Wed 6 May

£9 (£7.50) / 07800 983 290

Thu 7 May

£9 (£7.50) / 07800 983 290

Fri 8 May

£9 (£7.50) / 07800 983 290

…and 2 more dates until 10 May

NET WT: The Open Studio

Open studio and public space created by NET WT, an all-female art collective from Edinburgh.

Tan Like That, London NW5

Sat 9 May

Free

Launch party.

PAND 7090

PAND7090 (winner Amsterdam Fringe Award 2014) stands for "space": it is a concert hall, a shop, a gallery and hangout all at once. But it could also be short for PANDEMONIUM: a place where everything blends into a "unique, off the wall and brilliant piece of performance" (jury Amsterdam Fringe Festival 2014). PAND7090 is…

Brighton Spiegeltent

Sun 24 May

£6

Mon 25 May

£6

Tue 26 May

£6

…and 2 more dates until 28 May

Switched On - A Radiophonic Happening

Switched On is a unique live event hosted by Radio Arts. The Beaney will host live performances, installations and improvisations and will be illuminated by interactive visuals and kaleidoscopic sound-films.

The Beaney, Canterbury

Sat 9 May

Free / 01227 862162