What the Voice Said by Sarah Tripp

What the Voice Said by Sarah Tripp

17 February – 15 April 2018 The exhibition takes its title What The Voice Said from the book The Five Senses: A Philosophy of Mingled Bodies by Michel Serres, in which he defends bodily experience against an age of information technology. Part of bodily...
The September Issue

The September Issue

The September Issue 11 August – 1 October, The Suttie Arts Space This exhibition features a selection of artists who have worked with GHAT in recent years. Each of the artists have either exhibited in other venues run by GHAT, or have developed new commissioned...
Incidental Interiors by Rachel Barron and Anna Shirron

Incidental Interiors by Rachel Barron and Anna Shirron

Incidental Interiors is a site-specific installation by artists Rachel Barron and Anna Shirron, which takes the hospital’s interior as its starting point. Zooming in on architectural elements that may typically go unnoticed – from duct taped floor panels to...
The Shaman, The Hermit and the High Priestess

The Shaman, The Hermit and the High Priestess

Resonate:Disseminate The artists in this exhibition have been commissioned by Grampian Hospitals Arts Trust (GHAT) to be involved at points in a two-year project titled Resonate:Disseminate. The project is based at both Inverurie Community Hospital and Dr Gray’s in...
Secrets of the Sand by Ade Adesina

Secrets of the Sand by Ade Adesina

  Opening: Friday 27th January, 6-8pm Exhibition: Saturday 28th January– Sunday 26th March The upcoming exhibition in The Suttie Arts Space, ARI is by new body of work by Ade Adesina, developed on a recent residency at Eton College. Secrets of the Sand is the first...