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Bonington Building, Nottingham Trent University, Dryden St, Nottingham NG1 4GG, UK

Sara MacKillop: One Room Living

One Room Living, installation view

One Room Living presents a series of works and interactions that reference the wide variety of spatial uses that directly surround Bonington Gallery – analysing not only the gallery’s site and situation, but also how the wider institution’s function is represented across a multitude of spaces.

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Division Gallery, 45 Ernest Ave, Toronto, ON M6P 3M7

Nicolas Baier: Asterisms

Vanité (bureau astro)

Division Gallery is pleased to announce Asterisms, an exhibition of new works by acclaimed Quebec artist Nicolas Baier. His past work consisted of a self-reflexive examination of the camera’s possibilities, focusing on the medium’s transformation in the digital age. Baier’s experimentation compelled us to pay attention to the perspectival changes engendered by photography: how the technology alters both the Real and our direct reality.

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Simon Lee Gallery, 12 Berkeley Street, London, W1J 8DT

Jeff Elrod

Installation view

At a time when the slippages between our own real and virtual, Jeff Elrod exhibits a series of hybrid images that incorporate analogue techniques into experiments in digital and print media, and explore the relationship between hand-painted and digitally created mark-making.

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NEW STUDIO, 4-17 Frederick Terrace, London, E8 4EW

Wendy Plovmand: Wet Paint

Wet Paint, Installation View

For her new solo show 'Wet Paint', Danish artist Wendy Plovmand takes the gallery space itself as her source material, transforming architectural photographs and found images into digital abstractions.

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The Chapel at St Margaret's House, 21 Old Ford Road London, E2 9PL

PRELIM PROJECTS 01: Whisper to me in HTML

Whisper to me in HTML, Installation View

'Whisper to me in HTML' is the inaugural exhibition of PRELIM PROJECTS - an exhibition series of emerging artists in temporary locations. Taking the physical languages and signs of our daily e-interactions as its starting point, the group show features the work of art404, Tessa Perutz and Imogen Lloyd.

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