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6 July 2024 – 23 February 2025
Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm
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Exhibitions

Orleans House Gallery

A Ripple in Time

6 July 2024 – 23 February 2025
Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm
Free Entry

Exhibitions

Orleans House Gallery

Artist Gary Stewart embarks on a research expedition into the Richmond Borough Art Collection leading to a new installation at Orleans House Gallery. Film, sculpture and sound come together in an immersive experience about identity and belonging. 

Gary explains his process of digging through the archives as an excavation’ which intertwines history and modernity. The centrepiece of the exhibition is an audio-visual montage. It rises from his excavation – a collective sonic space, a ripple in time, weaving together past stories and imagined futures. 

Gary’s research culminates in a show that invites us to reflect on our shared past and contemplate the threads that connect us. No two histories are ever the same. We each bring our own ideas, memories, opinions, analyses, and emotions.   

The exhibition opens in July 2024. Gary’s research and creativity unfurls at Orleans House Gallery. 

 

About Gary Stewart 

Gary Stewart is an interdisciplinary artist working at the intersection of sound, moving image and computational creativity. His work examines social and political issues of identity, culture, and technology. Through the application of innovative technologies and practices he is part of a global network of collaborators who are advocates for equality, climate justice and better health through the arts, especially those from marginalised communities. Operating through a range of theoretical, fictional, and artistic frames, his work traverses media art, experimental music, and research.

Gary Stewart is a founding member with Trevor Mathison of the London-based artist group Dubmorphology whose work over the last two decades has emerged from their direct response to different sites and environment that frequently incorporate historical and contemporary material and content reworking historical, political and scientific archives.