Mattflix 2021

Horsepolish :
De Sica meets Dr Barnardo at the Ragged School Museum.
In what plays as an outtake from some larger narrative, Horsepolish returns to the marginalised and the overlooked. The work of scrubbing and polishing calls up ghosts, enacting past stories. Street children – whether of Barnardo or de Sica’s era – conjure dreams of empowerment & freedom from the reality of their daily Sisyphean task.

“…the fictional spaces of cinema become another resonant layer of history embedded in the architecture of the Ragged School Museum.” – Lucy Reynolds

SupaStore Southside Slingbacks & Sunshine 2021

A Miscellany of Clay Things includes: a tribe of absurd cartoon-like fetishes, ‘eye things flat ‘& ‘morpheus’ – blind seeing devices selected from an optician’s cabinet. And accompanying is the Chorus which draws together the attributes of bird and clown, trickster and Commedia del Arte puppet.

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The Arca Project: An Exhibition Inspired by the Work of W.G.Sebald

Presented by PayneShurvell Suffolk – 1 April – 7 May 2017

Artists and writers involved include Andrew Bick, Craig Burnett, Andrew Curtis, Karen Engle, Adam Fish, Emma Fraser, Lindsey Freeman, Graeme Gilloch, Steph Goodger, Oona Grimes, Tony Grisoni, Catherine Haines, Michael Hall, Molly Jarboe, Jaeho Kang, Naiza Khan, Jane Kilby, Abigail Lane, Richard Makin, Bob Matthews, Bruce McLean, Ana Milenkovic, Simon Patterson, Tony Plant, Daniel Rapley, Fabio La Rocca, Julian Rowe, Martina Schmid, Steven Scott, Allen Shelton, Erik Steinskog and Jo Stockham.

The Arca Project, curated by Michael Hall and Graeme Gilloch, is presented by PayneShurvell.