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Metroscope2000® Kids!

3rd May - 6th June 2018

Skelf is pleased to present Metroscope2000® Kids! - a project by Morgan Hamilton, accompanied by With(out) Preconception, a new text work by Gabrielle Hoad. Both works play with ideas of observation and objectivity, raising questions about surveillance and authority.


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13˚C. SSW breeze 20 mph. Visibility moderate.

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The coastline kintinues rund and, on a clirr day you, can see the headlands of turbay in the distance.

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Morgan Hamilton is a visual artist from Florida, USA. His work ranges from performance and video to sculpture and installation and he has exhibited abroad and at home, from sea to shining sea. He creates future realms whose bedrock is in our present experience.

Gabrielle Hoad is an artist and writer based in Exeter, UK. She makes photographs, objects, actions and site-responsive works, which may invite contributions from human and nonhuman collaborators.

Skelf is a virtual project space, accessible to anyone, everywhere.

Existing entirely online since 2016, we have presented work by over 120 artists and writers on our virtual platform. You can view these works in our archive. In 2019 we launched a series of eight quarterly group exhibitions, each presented by a different guest curator and accompanied by a podcast by Mark Beldan. You can listen, download or subscribe to the podcast below - or through your usual podcast supplier.

We are delighted to have been funded by Arts Council England and over the next two years will be working with artists whose work employs gesture, touch or movement and exploring how these physically-orientated practices could be translated into a virtual experience. New work will be on the site from Spring 2021.