Print | A Map of Queer Brum, Nov 2019

Exhibition | If Memory Serves, Birmingham Hippodrome, Sep 2019

Workshop | Campania, an explanation and a history, Recent Activity, May 2019

Exhibition | The Club’s Conception (or How the Egg Was Cracked), Recent Activity, May 2019

Exhibition | Three Models for Change, Stryx Gallery, Jun 2018

Performance | Rainbow Flag/Trojan Horse, Recent Activity, Jun 2018

Exhibition | A Prelude, Centrala, May 2018

Screening | Queering the Archive, Recent Activity, Nov 2017


Artist Talk | Denzil Forrester, Nottingham Contemporary, Feb 2020 →

Keynote | Paul B. Preciado and Jack Halberstam, Nottingham Contemporary, Feb 2020 →

Artist Talk | Diane Simpson, Nottingham Contemporary, Feb 2020

Artists’ Film | The Otolith Group, Nottingham Contemporary, Nov 2019

Contemporary Conversation | Form and Frontier, Nottingham Contemporary, Nov 2019

Conference | Architectures of Education, Nottingham Contemporary, Nov 2019

Artists’ Film | Jarman Award Touring Programme 2019, Nottingham Contemporary, Oct 2019

Exhibition | From.Between.To, Gallerija Vartai, May 2019
Performance | Territorial Symphonies, Block Universe, 58th Venice Biennale, May 2019

Exhibition | From.Between.To, Parafin, Apr 2019 →  


Review | Love and Solidarity at Grand Union, this is tomorrow, Apr 2020

Text | Some Kinda Love, Celine Gallery, Oct 2019

Review | Ian Giles: Trojan Horse/Rainbow Flag, this is tomorrow

Exhibition Text | Indre Serpytyte: From.Between.To, Parafin and Galerija Varta, Apr 2020

Text | The ‘Gale Comes of Age, In The Pink, Grand Union and SHOUT Festival, Nov 2018

Review | The Oscar Wilde Temple at Studio Voltaire, this is tomorrow, Oct 2019


Ryan Kearney is a curator and writer based in Nottingham, UK. Ryan’s on-going research centres on queer night-time spaces.

info [at] ryankearney.co.uk


Repeat, Recite, Restate

Featuring Anna Katarzyna Domejko, Bayley Morris, Eleanora Bruno, Eunice Cornejo, Hannah Jones, Helen Osborn, Kristina Hall, Laura Onions, Melanie Woodhead.

Brixton Pound, 77 Atlantic Rd, Brixton, London SW9 8PU
October 2017

Linguistic forms of repetition allow us to express and understand – the reiteration of words or phrases promote clarity and reinforce the importance of an intended conversation. Using the analogy of the auction house, the act of restating the increasing and varying numerical values creates a sense of urgency: bid now or lose.

Repeat, Recite, Restate, presented a group of artists whose work evidences processes of repetition, questioning how visual methods of multiplicity relate to linguistic forms of communication. Through their production, the works exhibited presented a ritualistic methodology: prints acting in accordance with the rhythm heard in orchestral music, acts of painting which echo the curves and lines created by text. These plural applications surpass an initial intent to communicate concept, rather the multiplication of process attracts a reiteration of hypothesis and raises an attempt to question the varying social and political nuances explored.