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Current exhibition

Gabriele Jogelaite

Gabriele Jogelaite

1 December 2021 to 20 February 2022
The Small Gallery, ARI

‘My art practice demonstrates systematic ways of working with mediums that explore qualities of line, texture and form. I create two and three-dimensional work that investigates the movement of a mark considers the weight and transparency of materials and attempts to translate emotion through composition. I question myself more than I question the viewer – why do I have this need to ‘fill in a page’ or prove myself that I can handle the medium in a controlled manner? The circular shapes and rhythmic lines form an image that illustrates artistic labour, a sense of duration and explores boredom. The time-consuming hand embroidery, detailed drawing and layered printmaking and sculpture techniques allow the image to ‘float’ from one meaning into another while the work is still in progress.

I would like to thank the Institute of Physics for the financial support while securing a studio space to be able to produce the work exhibited.’

Gabriele Jogelaite

For this exhibition, Gabriele Jogelaite is showing a series of artworks she has been developing since 2020. These works are based on images and text found in Petrus Apianus’ ‘Astronomicum Caesareum’ (1540) and Johannes Kepler’s ‘Harmonices Mundi’ (1619) books held in The Crawford Collection at The Royal Observatory, Edinburgh. Gabriele studied hand-cut volvelles (Apian wheels) displayed in the hexagonal woodcut printed frames in Astronomicum Caesareum, and investigated Kepler’s idea of how music and rhythm can be compared to the movement of planets. Both research subjects are related by their importance to the development of astronomy, questioning human’s changing understanding of Earth’s shape and what rhythm, speed it moves. Gabriele has used these primary sources to make work that does not describe what is already described in the books, but creates new meanings about the gravity, rhythm, emptiness of space, and finds new relationships between the themes by applying drawing, painting and printmaking techniques.

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Previous exhibitions

Gabriele Jogelaite

Gabriele Jogelaite

1 December 2021 to 20 February 2022The Small Gallery, ARI 'My art practice demonstrates systematic ways of working with mediums that explore qualities of line, texture and form. I create two and three-dimensional work that investigates the movement of a mark considers...

The Land , The Sea & My People  – Cathy MacLeod

The Land , The Sea & My People – Cathy MacLeod

The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary - open 24 hours 4 Sept 2021 – 14 Nov 2021   Artist Statement "Everyone’s life is a journey, with destinations, memories, and relationships along the way. I was born in the village of Veifa’a Mekeo in Papua Niugini. My...

Sayings in the Suttie

Sayings in the Suttie

The Suttie Arts Space and The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary 5 December 2020 - 28 February 2021 Sayings in the Suttie is an exhibition conceived as a direct response to the COVID-19 global pandemic. As part of the Amplify initiative, the exhibition is focused...

Jean Firth – Turn and Run, The Monkeys Ride

Jean Firth – Turn and Run, The Monkeys Ride

Turn and Run, The Monkeys Ride - by Jean Firth The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary - open 24 hours 8 February - 17 April 2020 Jean Firth is an award-winning artist from the Borders town of Hawick, living and working in Aberdeen. Jean’s work is mostly...

Sounding Boards and Landing Boards

Sounding Boards and Landing Boards

'Sounding Boards and Landing Boards' The Suttie Arts Space and The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary 28 September – 17 November 2019 This year Grampian Hospitals Art Trust (GHAT) announced the first of its annual exhibition prize for new...

From Where Do We See? | Curated by Dr Silvia Casini

From Where Do We See? | Curated by Dr Silvia Casini

23rd April - 11th July 2019 The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary Retrospective narratives of biomedical innovation tend to omit the role played by aesthetics and craft skills, framing them as peripheral to science and privileging theory creation over practical...

Shakir Maghul | Healing Colours

Shakir Maghul | Healing Colours

12th February - 21st April 2019 The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary Shakir Maghul’s exhibition explores the idea that colours can have a psychological impact on someone’s attitude. Do they really have an effect on our mood and do they really influence us?...

Kim Rebecca | The Birdwatcher

Kim Rebecca | The Birdwatcher

17th December 2018 - 10th February 2019   Kim Rebecca is a painter based in Glasgow, and studied Contemporary Textile Practice at Norwich University College of the Arts (2006-2009). She is drawn to exploring the green spaces that pepper the city and...

Paolo Doyle | Reclamation

Paolo Doyle | Reclamation

29th October - 16th December Paolo Doyle (b. 1963) is a Scottish artist living and working near Collieston on the north-east coast. HIs work is figurative, imaginative, and aims to engender contemporary narratives while maintaining traditional disciplines of...

Thomas Cameron | Winter Gardens

Thomas Cameron | Winter Gardens

3rd September - 28th October 2018 Thomas Cameron works with images of the seemingly ordinary, places and situations that are often overlooked due to their familiarity. Working with a wide range of reference materials and subjects, his recent...

Katie Hammond and Alison Gray | INSCAPE

Katie Hammond and Alison Gray | INSCAPE

: the essential quality of a creature, thing, or form; it’s distinctive beauty. 9th July - 2nd September 2018 INSCAPE is a collaborative exhibition by recent graduates of Gray’s School of Art, Alison Gray and Katie Hammond. They have come together to...

Eilidh McNair | Alignments

Eilidh McNair | Alignments

14 May - 8 July 2018 The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary Eilidh McNair is a Scottish based artist working across multiple disciplines, including drawing, sculpture and weaving. Her work explores the rules of perspective,...

Gill Russell | Waterlines

Gill Russell | Waterlines

19 March - 13 May 2018 The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary Gill Russell is an artist interested in places of ‘significance’ and how they resonate in the landscape. She works across a range of forms and media, including installation, audio-visual,...

Andrea Turner | Song of the River

Andrea Turner | Song of the River

‘Song of the River’, by Andrea Turner, is a love story of the heart and to the land which is set along the River Findhorn in Moray. As well as a series of paintings, poem and music, Andrea Turner has also produced a book which incorporates the images and...

Sally Duguid | Grids, continued…….

Sally Duguid | Grids, continued…….

The current exhibition in The Small Gallery, ARI is 'Grids, continued.......' by Aberdeen artist Sally Duguid. Sally has a studio in the new artist hub Anatomy Rooms based in Marischal college.  Her work is concerned with the structure,...

Kyle Noble | Forest Magick

Kyle Noble | Forest Magick

The next exhibition in The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, is ‘Forest Magick’ by North East artist Kyle Noble. Kyle’s practice has a strong drawn element mixing automatic drawing, Chinese landscape aesthetics and layers of varnish. Over the...

Icarus Owen and Douglas Weir | Scotland’s North East Coast

Icarus Owen and Douglas Weir | Scotland’s North East Coast

A Photographic Collaboration Photographers Icarus Owen and Douglas Weir have been working in collaboration for the last two years. Through a mutual respect for the coastal landscape they decided in 2016-2017 to focus their efforts on the North East in a...

Mary Golden | Walking the Moor

Mary Golden | Walking the Moor

Walking the Moor Zooming Out – Zooming In Mary Golden Opens Wednesday 1st March, 6.30-8pm The new exhibition in The Small Gallery, ARI is by landsape painter Mary Golden. After studying art at Hertfordshire College of Art and Design and...

Karen Beattie | mindcandy

Karen Beattie | mindcandy

The next exhibition in The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, is ‘mindcandy’ by North East based artist Karen Beattie. Working primarily in acrylic on canvas, and sometimes collage, Karen is interested in what it feels like to live amidst the...

The Pedestrian:  Emma Noble

The Pedestrian: Emma Noble

Emma Noble’s exhibition opens in the Small Gallery, ARI on Tuesday 18th of November 2014.

Classified: Jen Bradley

Classified: Jen Bradley

‘Classified’ by Jen Bradley, in the Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, from 18th September to 14th November.

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Exhibition Curators

Fraser MacDonald | fraser.macdonald@nhs.net
Tamsin Greenlaw |  tamsin.greenlaw@nhs.net

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Grampian Hospitals At Trust
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