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open house | walk _ talk

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the gallery will be hosting an open house on saturday 22 april between 11:00 - 6:00 for the penultimate day of sue williams' solo exhibition, I SEE RED

walk _ talk

gallery director cat gardiner will conduct a walk and talk with sue williams at 2.30, offering guests an insider's look into the practice of one of wales' foremost contemporary draughtsmen

all I SEE RED artworks are available to view + purchase online


I see red exhibition


friday 07 april | from 7.00

TEN. home gallery + viewing space
143 donald street | roath | cardiff

the language of human relationships is told with williams’ characteristically bold + immediate drawings. issues of sexual communication, dysfunction + human frailty are imbedded in her work; themes which are explored + executed with such truthfulness + raw honesty. I SEE RED exposes the vulnerability of relationships in the digital age. williams presents to us the damaging effect that the new normality of online constructed personas, web-based hook-ups and the perceived freedom of sexual imagery has on emotional + physical human relationships

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Sue Williams
Private view
Bay Art
Friday 5 February 7 - 8.30pm

Exhibition continues 6th February - 4th March 2016
Gallery open 12 -5pm Tuesday - Saturday

This exhibition attempts to demystify taboos around sexual health.

6 - 6.45pm artists talk.
Prior to the private view, Sue Williams and Dr. Nick Ossei-Gerning will discuss the work in the exhibition and the aims of their collaborative project.
All are welcome.


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THROB:EXPOSURE, National Museum Cardiff

Dancers and choreographers Romain Guion and Marta Zollet creating work for THROB: EXPOSURE.

THROB: EXPOSURE promises to be an engaging and lively presentation of new music, poetry and dance followed by an optional ‘conversation’ between the audience and Sue Williams, Dr Nick Ossei-Gerning, poet Rhian Edwards, composer Pete Wyer, dancers and choreographers Romain Guion and Marta Zollet, co-director Roy Campbell-Moore.

Venue: Reardon Smith Theatre, National Museum & Galleries of Wales, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NP

Free entry
Sunday 8 Nov 2015 at 1.00pm & 3.15pm

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Supported by the Arts Council of Wales.

A new body of work exploring new territory of communication within sexual dysfunction, pain, pleasure, disease and their psychological fallout.

Exploring in-depth male vulnerability, particularly within the context of sexual confidence, sexual dysfunction and female sexual autonomy.

Pushing boundaries through conversation THROB offers 3 Conversations as an opportunity to generate important dialogue around the taboo subject of sexual dysfunction.

Working in collaboration with Cardiologist Dr Ossei-Gerning, developing dialogue and workshops with a choreographer, writer, composer and dancers.

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'LIPS BARELY MOVING' Drawing Installation

Saturday, November 8 at 6:00pm in UTC+04

Cca - Centre of Contemporary Art Tbilisi, Uznadze 51

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'Houston, we have a problem'

Centre of Contemporary Art

November 7-17, 2014.

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Gallery Ten

3rd-25th October 2014


SUE WILLIAMS in collaboration with HOLE EDITIONS

Hole Editions is the imprint of Tamarind Master Printer Lee Turner and was established in 2005. Sue Williams will be working in collaboration with Lee Turner on a production of specialised hand lithography prints in September 2013

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Opening 2nd November 2013

The Sanshang Museum Of Contemporary Art in Hangzhou has invited OPEN BOOKS to be exhibited between September and December 2013 and it is to be an integral part of a programme which is looking at the tradition of folding and expanding artist books and is part of an annual programme 'Decanter Ink' to promote contemporary ideas about Chinese ink painting and culture. OPEN BOOKS will be exhibited alongside historical and contemporary artists in China.

Sue Williams work will be exhibited alongside historical work by Chinese painters from early and mid 20th century and contemporary Chinese ink artists who are taking on this traditional context. This is allowing traditional and contemporary Chinese Books to exhibit together offering a profound and exceptional diverse approach to the Chinese Book.

Sue Williams has been funded by Wales Arts International and University Wales Trinity Saint David, Swansea.

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Sue Williams will be creating an online blog sharing her thoughts and experiences...

coming soon....