This series of 19 micro-commissions by artists based in Plymouth, Devon and Cornwall was rolled out across our digital platforms in the summer of 2020, and explored the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our notion of freedom.
This series of 4 micro-commissions by musicians based in Plymouth premiered in the summer of 2020. Forming part of our ‘Plymouth After Dark’ project, the commissions supported local musicians whose livelihoods disappeared when COVID-19 lockdown measures were introduced. They were each invited to create a digital response to the circumstances they found themselves in because of the pandemic.
This major exhibition was displayed in The Levinsky Gallery at the University of Plymouth from September to December 2020. It featured a newly acquired film work, plus some additional loans, by acclaimed American artist Kehinde Wiley.