25/03/2022
To Do
Chioma Ince
Welcoming Spring with Art
With Spring upon us, the end of March is fast approaching. With the closure of cold days and dark mornings, this new season brings more than high pollen counts and brighter days. A metamorphosis of self and artistic expression is beginning to bud.

Many of us notice or seek changes in our life during Spring and it is no coincidence. Symbolically, and quite literally, Spring is a season of growth, new beginnings, and reflection. Biologically, nature enters a new stage and colour sprouts around our city. Socially and artistically, this is the case too. We don’t think it’s just the weather, although that is a big factor! Spiritually and biologically, it is a time to emerge from hibernation and welcome change. For artists, beings who are forever in a space of transcendence, reflection and hibernation, Spring is a reminder of making, creation, and growth. This is all to say that along with the long-awaited sunshine, we have a lot of new and beautiful creations to experience as art lovers this season. That is why here at gowithYamo, we have decided to celebrate Spring Equinox by highlighting some current and upcoming exhibitions that channel the symbolic attributes of Spring.

Rooted Beings

Wellcome Collection, UK | 24 March – 29 August 2022

‘Rooted Beings invites you to embark on a meditative reflection on the world of plants and fungi. The exhibition considers what we might learn from plant behaviour, and the impacts of colonial expeditions on the exploitation of natural resources and indigenous knowledges.’

Nature is a key signifier of Spring, a visual and biological clock, ticking away and ringing when a new season has arrived. Rooted Beings brings many of Spring’s themes to our doorstep: new learnings, meditative reflections and being more attentive and receptive to the lessons shared through the microcosm of the natural world.

Our Time on Earth

Barbican, UK | 5 May - 29Aug 2022

Our Time on Earth is an ‘exhibition of art, science, design, music and philosophy inviting you to experience different global perspectives on our shared planet, and consider Earth as a community we all belong to. Interactive experiences, immersive installations and digital works come together to take you on a journey of self-reflection, discovering how technology can connect us to the natural world and leaving you feeling empowered to make positive change.’ 

Spring, like this exhibition, for many marks a journey of transformation of self-reflection. Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary conversation on the emergency that is our climate, and ways that we can collectively harness our power and creativity to better the future.

Collapsing Space

Addis Fine Art, UK | 11 March – 16 April 2022

Addis Fine Art presents CollapsingSpace, a solo show debuting artist Selome Muleta. The exhibition ‘explores womanhood through the playful merging of portraiture and still life and examines the relationship between the internal self and the external world.’ Did we just say internal self and external world? That sounds like a lot of introspection to me, well that’s Spring for you!

With beautifully layered paintings that combine acrylic and oil pastels to create loud textured surfaces, Muleta fills her paintings with movement and energy while still capturing the stillness of reflection. She paints figures in a state of rumination against vibrant backdrops, a must-see exhibition that encompasses the essence of Spring.

Crystal Queer

Foundry Art Centre, USA | April 1 - May 13, 2022

If you are looking for some exhibitions to check out outside London and beyond the UK then here is a treat for you,Crystal Queer by Sarah Knight is soon to be showing at Foundry Art Centre is Missouri.

‘Crystal Queer is an installation that reimagines the definition of queering as a disorientation of visual and conceptual cohesion. Crystal Queer’s accumulation of fragments, quotes and definitions aim to create a space of perpetual flux and transmutation in meaning and reinterpretation. Using the ceramic process of“fluxing” as metaphor and physical object, Sarah Knight intends this space to embody the joy in the unidentifiable and the alchemical transformation of matter, language, and identity.’

Spring is a time for challenging our perceptions, opening our minds, and welcoming new ideas and ways of living. So, if you are looking for all those, Crystal Queer is just the exhibition for you.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to go enjoy all the wonderful art Spring has to offer.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
25/03/2022
To Do
Chioma Ince
Welcoming Spring with Art
With Spring upon us, the end of March is fast approaching. With the closure of cold days and dark mornings, this new season brings more than high pollen counts and brighter days. A metamorphosis of self and artistic expression is beginning to bud.

Many of us notice or seek changes in our life during Spring and it is no coincidence. Symbolically, and quite literally, Spring is a season of growth, new beginnings, and reflection. Biologically, nature enters a new stage and colour sprouts around our city. Socially and artistically, this is the case too. We don’t think it’s just the weather, although that is a big factor! Spiritually and biologically, it is a time to emerge from hibernation and welcome change. For artists, beings who are forever in a space of transcendence, reflection and hibernation, Spring is a reminder of making, creation, and growth. This is all to say that along with the long-awaited sunshine, we have a lot of new and beautiful creations to experience as art lovers this season. That is why here at gowithYamo, we have decided to celebrate Spring Equinox by highlighting some current and upcoming exhibitions that channel the symbolic attributes of Spring.

Rooted Beings

Wellcome Collection, UK | 24 March – 29 August 2022

‘Rooted Beings invites you to embark on a meditative reflection on the world of plants and fungi. The exhibition considers what we might learn from plant behaviour, and the impacts of colonial expeditions on the exploitation of natural resources and indigenous knowledges.’

Nature is a key signifier of Spring, a visual and biological clock, ticking away and ringing when a new season has arrived. Rooted Beings brings many of Spring’s themes to our doorstep: new learnings, meditative reflections and being more attentive and receptive to the lessons shared through the microcosm of the natural world.

Our Time on Earth

Barbican, UK | 5 May - 29Aug 2022

Our Time on Earth is an ‘exhibition of art, science, design, music and philosophy inviting you to experience different global perspectives on our shared planet, and consider Earth as a community we all belong to. Interactive experiences, immersive installations and digital works come together to take you on a journey of self-reflection, discovering how technology can connect us to the natural world and leaving you feeling empowered to make positive change.’ 

Spring, like this exhibition, for many marks a journey of transformation of self-reflection. Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary conversation on the emergency that is our climate, and ways that we can collectively harness our power and creativity to better the future.

Collapsing Space

Addis Fine Art, UK | 11 March – 16 April 2022

Addis Fine Art presents CollapsingSpace, a solo show debuting artist Selome Muleta. The exhibition ‘explores womanhood through the playful merging of portraiture and still life and examines the relationship between the internal self and the external world.’ Did we just say internal self and external world? That sounds like a lot of introspection to me, well that’s Spring for you!

With beautifully layered paintings that combine acrylic and oil pastels to create loud textured surfaces, Muleta fills her paintings with movement and energy while still capturing the stillness of reflection. She paints figures in a state of rumination against vibrant backdrops, a must-see exhibition that encompasses the essence of Spring.

Crystal Queer

Foundry Art Centre, USA | April 1 - May 13, 2022

If you are looking for some exhibitions to check out outside London and beyond the UK then here is a treat for you,Crystal Queer by Sarah Knight is soon to be showing at Foundry Art Centre is Missouri.

‘Crystal Queer is an installation that reimagines the definition of queering as a disorientation of visual and conceptual cohesion. Crystal Queer’s accumulation of fragments, quotes and definitions aim to create a space of perpetual flux and transmutation in meaning and reinterpretation. Using the ceramic process of“fluxing” as metaphor and physical object, Sarah Knight intends this space to embody the joy in the unidentifiable and the alchemical transformation of matter, language, and identity.’

Spring is a time for challenging our perceptions, opening our minds, and welcoming new ideas and ways of living. So, if you are looking for all those, Crystal Queer is just the exhibition for you.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to go enjoy all the wonderful art Spring has to offer.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
25/03/2022
To Do
Chioma Ince
Welcoming Spring with Art
With Spring upon us, the end of March is fast approaching. With the closure of cold days and dark mornings, this new season brings more than high pollen counts and brighter days. A metamorphosis of self and artistic expression is beginning to bud.

Many of us notice or seek changes in our life during Spring and it is no coincidence. Symbolically, and quite literally, Spring is a season of growth, new beginnings, and reflection. Biologically, nature enters a new stage and colour sprouts around our city. Socially and artistically, this is the case too. We don’t think it’s just the weather, although that is a big factor! Spiritually and biologically, it is a time to emerge from hibernation and welcome change. For artists, beings who are forever in a space of transcendence, reflection and hibernation, Spring is a reminder of making, creation, and growth. This is all to say that along with the long-awaited sunshine, we have a lot of new and beautiful creations to experience as art lovers this season. That is why here at gowithYamo, we have decided to celebrate Spring Equinox by highlighting some current and upcoming exhibitions that channel the symbolic attributes of Spring.

Rooted Beings

Wellcome Collection, UK | 24 March – 29 August 2022

‘Rooted Beings invites you to embark on a meditative reflection on the world of plants and fungi. The exhibition considers what we might learn from plant behaviour, and the impacts of colonial expeditions on the exploitation of natural resources and indigenous knowledges.’

Nature is a key signifier of Spring, a visual and biological clock, ticking away and ringing when a new season has arrived. Rooted Beings brings many of Spring’s themes to our doorstep: new learnings, meditative reflections and being more attentive and receptive to the lessons shared through the microcosm of the natural world.

Our Time on Earth

Barbican, UK | 5 May - 29Aug 2022

Our Time on Earth is an ‘exhibition of art, science, design, music and philosophy inviting you to experience different global perspectives on our shared planet, and consider Earth as a community we all belong to. Interactive experiences, immersive installations and digital works come together to take you on a journey of self-reflection, discovering how technology can connect us to the natural world and leaving you feeling empowered to make positive change.’ 

Spring, like this exhibition, for many marks a journey of transformation of self-reflection. Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary conversation on the emergency that is our climate, and ways that we can collectively harness our power and creativity to better the future.

Collapsing Space

Addis Fine Art, UK | 11 March – 16 April 2022

Addis Fine Art presents CollapsingSpace, a solo show debuting artist Selome Muleta. The exhibition ‘explores womanhood through the playful merging of portraiture and still life and examines the relationship between the internal self and the external world.’ Did we just say internal self and external world? That sounds like a lot of introspection to me, well that’s Spring for you!

With beautifully layered paintings that combine acrylic and oil pastels to create loud textured surfaces, Muleta fills her paintings with movement and energy while still capturing the stillness of reflection. She paints figures in a state of rumination against vibrant backdrops, a must-see exhibition that encompasses the essence of Spring.

Crystal Queer

Foundry Art Centre, USA | April 1 - May 13, 2022

If you are looking for some exhibitions to check out outside London and beyond the UK then here is a treat for you,Crystal Queer by Sarah Knight is soon to be showing at Foundry Art Centre is Missouri.

‘Crystal Queer is an installation that reimagines the definition of queering as a disorientation of visual and conceptual cohesion. Crystal Queer’s accumulation of fragments, quotes and definitions aim to create a space of perpetual flux and transmutation in meaning and reinterpretation. Using the ceramic process of“fluxing” as metaphor and physical object, Sarah Knight intends this space to embody the joy in the unidentifiable and the alchemical transformation of matter, language, and identity.’

Spring is a time for challenging our perceptions, opening our minds, and welcoming new ideas and ways of living. So, if you are looking for all those, Crystal Queer is just the exhibition for you.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to go enjoy all the wonderful art Spring has to offer.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
25/03/2022
To Do
Chioma Ince
Welcoming Spring with Art
With Spring upon us, the end of March is fast approaching. With the closure of cold days and dark mornings, this new season brings more than high pollen counts and brighter days. A metamorphosis of self and artistic expression is beginning to bud.

Many of us notice or seek changes in our life during Spring and it is no coincidence. Symbolically, and quite literally, Spring is a season of growth, new beginnings, and reflection. Biologically, nature enters a new stage and colour sprouts around our city. Socially and artistically, this is the case too. We don’t think it’s just the weather, although that is a big factor! Spiritually and biologically, it is a time to emerge from hibernation and welcome change. For artists, beings who are forever in a space of transcendence, reflection and hibernation, Spring is a reminder of making, creation, and growth. This is all to say that along with the long-awaited sunshine, we have a lot of new and beautiful creations to experience as art lovers this season. That is why here at gowithYamo, we have decided to celebrate Spring Equinox by highlighting some current and upcoming exhibitions that channel the symbolic attributes of Spring.

Rooted Beings

Wellcome Collection, UK | 24 March – 29 August 2022

‘Rooted Beings invites you to embark on a meditative reflection on the world of plants and fungi. The exhibition considers what we might learn from plant behaviour, and the impacts of colonial expeditions on the exploitation of natural resources and indigenous knowledges.’

Nature is a key signifier of Spring, a visual and biological clock, ticking away and ringing when a new season has arrived. Rooted Beings brings many of Spring’s themes to our doorstep: new learnings, meditative reflections and being more attentive and receptive to the lessons shared through the microcosm of the natural world.

Our Time on Earth

Barbican, UK | 5 May - 29Aug 2022

Our Time on Earth is an ‘exhibition of art, science, design, music and philosophy inviting you to experience different global perspectives on our shared planet, and consider Earth as a community we all belong to. Interactive experiences, immersive installations and digital works come together to take you on a journey of self-reflection, discovering how technology can connect us to the natural world and leaving you feeling empowered to make positive change.’ 

Spring, like this exhibition, for many marks a journey of transformation of self-reflection. Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary conversation on the emergency that is our climate, and ways that we can collectively harness our power and creativity to better the future.

Collapsing Space

Addis Fine Art, UK | 11 March – 16 April 2022

Addis Fine Art presents CollapsingSpace, a solo show debuting artist Selome Muleta. The exhibition ‘explores womanhood through the playful merging of portraiture and still life and examines the relationship between the internal self and the external world.’ Did we just say internal self and external world? That sounds like a lot of introspection to me, well that’s Spring for you!

With beautifully layered paintings that combine acrylic and oil pastels to create loud textured surfaces, Muleta fills her paintings with movement and energy while still capturing the stillness of reflection. She paints figures in a state of rumination against vibrant backdrops, a must-see exhibition that encompasses the essence of Spring.

Crystal Queer

Foundry Art Centre, USA | April 1 - May 13, 2022

If you are looking for some exhibitions to check out outside London and beyond the UK then here is a treat for you,Crystal Queer by Sarah Knight is soon to be showing at Foundry Art Centre is Missouri.

‘Crystal Queer is an installation that reimagines the definition of queering as a disorientation of visual and conceptual cohesion. Crystal Queer’s accumulation of fragments, quotes and definitions aim to create a space of perpetual flux and transmutation in meaning and reinterpretation. Using the ceramic process of“fluxing” as metaphor and physical object, Sarah Knight intends this space to embody the joy in the unidentifiable and the alchemical transformation of matter, language, and identity.’

Spring is a time for challenging our perceptions, opening our minds, and welcoming new ideas and ways of living. So, if you are looking for all those, Crystal Queer is just the exhibition for you.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to go enjoy all the wonderful art Spring has to offer.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
25/03/2022
To Do
Chioma Ince
Welcoming Spring with Art
With Spring upon us, the end of March is fast approaching. With the closure of cold days and dark mornings, this new season brings more than high pollen counts and brighter days. A metamorphosis of self and artistic expression is beginning to bud.

Many of us notice or seek changes in our life during Spring and it is no coincidence. Symbolically, and quite literally, Spring is a season of growth, new beginnings, and reflection. Biologically, nature enters a new stage and colour sprouts around our city. Socially and artistically, this is the case too. We don’t think it’s just the weather, although that is a big factor! Spiritually and biologically, it is a time to emerge from hibernation and welcome change. For artists, beings who are forever in a space of transcendence, reflection and hibernation, Spring is a reminder of making, creation, and growth. This is all to say that along with the long-awaited sunshine, we have a lot of new and beautiful creations to experience as art lovers this season. That is why here at gowithYamo, we have decided to celebrate Spring Equinox by highlighting some current and upcoming exhibitions that channel the symbolic attributes of Spring.

Rooted Beings

Wellcome Collection, UK | 24 March – 29 August 2022

‘Rooted Beings invites you to embark on a meditative reflection on the world of plants and fungi. The exhibition considers what we might learn from plant behaviour, and the impacts of colonial expeditions on the exploitation of natural resources and indigenous knowledges.’

Nature is a key signifier of Spring, a visual and biological clock, ticking away and ringing when a new season has arrived. Rooted Beings brings many of Spring’s themes to our doorstep: new learnings, meditative reflections and being more attentive and receptive to the lessons shared through the microcosm of the natural world.

Our Time on Earth

Barbican, UK | 5 May - 29Aug 2022

Our Time on Earth is an ‘exhibition of art, science, design, music and philosophy inviting you to experience different global perspectives on our shared planet, and consider Earth as a community we all belong to. Interactive experiences, immersive installations and digital works come together to take you on a journey of self-reflection, discovering how technology can connect us to the natural world and leaving you feeling empowered to make positive change.’ 

Spring, like this exhibition, for many marks a journey of transformation of self-reflection. Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary conversation on the emergency that is our climate, and ways that we can collectively harness our power and creativity to better the future.

Collapsing Space

Addis Fine Art, UK | 11 March – 16 April 2022

Addis Fine Art presents CollapsingSpace, a solo show debuting artist Selome Muleta. The exhibition ‘explores womanhood through the playful merging of portraiture and still life and examines the relationship between the internal self and the external world.’ Did we just say internal self and external world? That sounds like a lot of introspection to me, well that’s Spring for you!

With beautifully layered paintings that combine acrylic and oil pastels to create loud textured surfaces, Muleta fills her paintings with movement and energy while still capturing the stillness of reflection. She paints figures in a state of rumination against vibrant backdrops, a must-see exhibition that encompasses the essence of Spring.

Crystal Queer

Foundry Art Centre, USA | April 1 - May 13, 2022

If you are looking for some exhibitions to check out outside London and beyond the UK then here is a treat for you,Crystal Queer by Sarah Knight is soon to be showing at Foundry Art Centre is Missouri.

‘Crystal Queer is an installation that reimagines the definition of queering as a disorientation of visual and conceptual cohesion. Crystal Queer’s accumulation of fragments, quotes and definitions aim to create a space of perpetual flux and transmutation in meaning and reinterpretation. Using the ceramic process of“fluxing” as metaphor and physical object, Sarah Knight intends this space to embody the joy in the unidentifiable and the alchemical transformation of matter, language, and identity.’

Spring is a time for challenging our perceptions, opening our minds, and welcoming new ideas and ways of living. So, if you are looking for all those, Crystal Queer is just the exhibition for you.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to go enjoy all the wonderful art Spring has to offer.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
25/03/2022
To Do
Chioma Ince
Welcoming Spring with Art

Many of us notice or seek changes in our life during Spring and it is no coincidence. Symbolically, and quite literally, Spring is a season of growth, new beginnings, and reflection. Biologically, nature enters a new stage and colour sprouts around our city. Socially and artistically, this is the case too. We don’t think it’s just the weather, although that is a big factor! Spiritually and biologically, it is a time to emerge from hibernation and welcome change. For artists, beings who are forever in a space of transcendence, reflection and hibernation, Spring is a reminder of making, creation, and growth. This is all to say that along with the long-awaited sunshine, we have a lot of new and beautiful creations to experience as art lovers this season. That is why here at gowithYamo, we have decided to celebrate Spring Equinox by highlighting some current and upcoming exhibitions that channel the symbolic attributes of Spring.

Rooted Beings

Wellcome Collection, UK | 24 March – 29 August 2022

‘Rooted Beings invites you to embark on a meditative reflection on the world of plants and fungi. The exhibition considers what we might learn from plant behaviour, and the impacts of colonial expeditions on the exploitation of natural resources and indigenous knowledges.’

Nature is a key signifier of Spring, a visual and biological clock, ticking away and ringing when a new season has arrived. Rooted Beings brings many of Spring’s themes to our doorstep: new learnings, meditative reflections and being more attentive and receptive to the lessons shared through the microcosm of the natural world.

Our Time on Earth

Barbican, UK | 5 May - 29Aug 2022

Our Time on Earth is an ‘exhibition of art, science, design, music and philosophy inviting you to experience different global perspectives on our shared planet, and consider Earth as a community we all belong to. Interactive experiences, immersive installations and digital works come together to take you on a journey of self-reflection, discovering how technology can connect us to the natural world and leaving you feeling empowered to make positive change.’ 

Spring, like this exhibition, for many marks a journey of transformation of self-reflection. Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary conversation on the emergency that is our climate, and ways that we can collectively harness our power and creativity to better the future.

Collapsing Space

Addis Fine Art, UK | 11 March – 16 April 2022

Addis Fine Art presents CollapsingSpace, a solo show debuting artist Selome Muleta. The exhibition ‘explores womanhood through the playful merging of portraiture and still life and examines the relationship between the internal self and the external world.’ Did we just say internal self and external world? That sounds like a lot of introspection to me, well that’s Spring for you!

With beautifully layered paintings that combine acrylic and oil pastels to create loud textured surfaces, Muleta fills her paintings with movement and energy while still capturing the stillness of reflection. She paints figures in a state of rumination against vibrant backdrops, a must-see exhibition that encompasses the essence of Spring.

Crystal Queer

Foundry Art Centre, USA | April 1 - May 13, 2022

If you are looking for some exhibitions to check out outside London and beyond the UK then here is a treat for you,Crystal Queer by Sarah Knight is soon to be showing at Foundry Art Centre is Missouri.

‘Crystal Queer is an installation that reimagines the definition of queering as a disorientation of visual and conceptual cohesion. Crystal Queer’s accumulation of fragments, quotes and definitions aim to create a space of perpetual flux and transmutation in meaning and reinterpretation. Using the ceramic process of“fluxing” as metaphor and physical object, Sarah Knight intends this space to embody the joy in the unidentifiable and the alchemical transformation of matter, language, and identity.’

Spring is a time for challenging our perceptions, opening our minds, and welcoming new ideas and ways of living. So, if you are looking for all those, Crystal Queer is just the exhibition for you.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to go enjoy all the wonderful art Spring has to offer.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
25/03/2022
To Do
Chioma Ince
Welcoming Spring with Art
With Spring upon us, the end of March is fast approaching. With the closure of cold days and dark mornings, this new season brings more than high pollen counts and brighter days. A metamorphosis of self and artistic expression is beginning to bud.

Many of us notice or seek changes in our life during Spring and it is no coincidence. Symbolically, and quite literally, Spring is a season of growth, new beginnings, and reflection. Biologically, nature enters a new stage and colour sprouts around our city. Socially and artistically, this is the case too. We don’t think it’s just the weather, although that is a big factor! Spiritually and biologically, it is a time to emerge from hibernation and welcome change. For artists, beings who are forever in a space of transcendence, reflection and hibernation, Spring is a reminder of making, creation, and growth. This is all to say that along with the long-awaited sunshine, we have a lot of new and beautiful creations to experience as art lovers this season. That is why here at gowithYamo, we have decided to celebrate Spring Equinox by highlighting some current and upcoming exhibitions that channel the symbolic attributes of Spring.

Rooted Beings

Wellcome Collection, UK | 24 March – 29 August 2022

‘Rooted Beings invites you to embark on a meditative reflection on the world of plants and fungi. The exhibition considers what we might learn from plant behaviour, and the impacts of colonial expeditions on the exploitation of natural resources and indigenous knowledges.’

Nature is a key signifier of Spring, a visual and biological clock, ticking away and ringing when a new season has arrived. Rooted Beings brings many of Spring’s themes to our doorstep: new learnings, meditative reflections and being more attentive and receptive to the lessons shared through the microcosm of the natural world.

Our Time on Earth

Barbican, UK | 5 May - 29Aug 2022

Our Time on Earth is an ‘exhibition of art, science, design, music and philosophy inviting you to experience different global perspectives on our shared planet, and consider Earth as a community we all belong to. Interactive experiences, immersive installations and digital works come together to take you on a journey of self-reflection, discovering how technology can connect us to the natural world and leaving you feeling empowered to make positive change.’ 

Spring, like this exhibition, for many marks a journey of transformation of self-reflection. Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary conversation on the emergency that is our climate, and ways that we can collectively harness our power and creativity to better the future.

Collapsing Space

Addis Fine Art, UK | 11 March – 16 April 2022

Addis Fine Art presents CollapsingSpace, a solo show debuting artist Selome Muleta. The exhibition ‘explores womanhood through the playful merging of portraiture and still life and examines the relationship between the internal self and the external world.’ Did we just say internal self and external world? That sounds like a lot of introspection to me, well that’s Spring for you!

With beautifully layered paintings that combine acrylic and oil pastels to create loud textured surfaces, Muleta fills her paintings with movement and energy while still capturing the stillness of reflection. She paints figures in a state of rumination against vibrant backdrops, a must-see exhibition that encompasses the essence of Spring.

Crystal Queer

Foundry Art Centre, USA | April 1 - May 13, 2022

If you are looking for some exhibitions to check out outside London and beyond the UK then here is a treat for you,Crystal Queer by Sarah Knight is soon to be showing at Foundry Art Centre is Missouri.

‘Crystal Queer is an installation that reimagines the definition of queering as a disorientation of visual and conceptual cohesion. Crystal Queer’s accumulation of fragments, quotes and definitions aim to create a space of perpetual flux and transmutation in meaning and reinterpretation. Using the ceramic process of“fluxing” as metaphor and physical object, Sarah Knight intends this space to embody the joy in the unidentifiable and the alchemical transformation of matter, language, and identity.’

Spring is a time for challenging our perceptions, opening our minds, and welcoming new ideas and ways of living. So, if you are looking for all those, Crystal Queer is just the exhibition for you.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to go enjoy all the wonderful art Spring has to offer.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
25/03/2022
To Do
Chioma Ince
Welcoming Spring with Art
With Spring upon us, the end of March is fast approaching. With the closure of cold days and dark mornings, this new season brings more than high pollen counts and brighter days. A metamorphosis of self and artistic expression is beginning to bud.

Many of us notice or seek changes in our life during Spring and it is no coincidence. Symbolically, and quite literally, Spring is a season of growth, new beginnings, and reflection. Biologically, nature enters a new stage and colour sprouts around our city. Socially and artistically, this is the case too. We don’t think it’s just the weather, although that is a big factor! Spiritually and biologically, it is a time to emerge from hibernation and welcome change. For artists, beings who are forever in a space of transcendence, reflection and hibernation, Spring is a reminder of making, creation, and growth. This is all to say that along with the long-awaited sunshine, we have a lot of new and beautiful creations to experience as art lovers this season. That is why here at gowithYamo, we have decided to celebrate Spring Equinox by highlighting some current and upcoming exhibitions that channel the symbolic attributes of Spring.

Rooted Beings

Wellcome Collection, UK | 24 March – 29 August 2022

‘Rooted Beings invites you to embark on a meditative reflection on the world of plants and fungi. The exhibition considers what we might learn from plant behaviour, and the impacts of colonial expeditions on the exploitation of natural resources and indigenous knowledges.’

Nature is a key signifier of Spring, a visual and biological clock, ticking away and ringing when a new season has arrived. Rooted Beings brings many of Spring’s themes to our doorstep: new learnings, meditative reflections and being more attentive and receptive to the lessons shared through the microcosm of the natural world.

Our Time on Earth

Barbican, UK | 5 May - 29Aug 2022

Our Time on Earth is an ‘exhibition of art, science, design, music and philosophy inviting you to experience different global perspectives on our shared planet, and consider Earth as a community we all belong to. Interactive experiences, immersive installations and digital works come together to take you on a journey of self-reflection, discovering how technology can connect us to the natural world and leaving you feeling empowered to make positive change.’ 

Spring, like this exhibition, for many marks a journey of transformation of self-reflection. Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary conversation on the emergency that is our climate, and ways that we can collectively harness our power and creativity to better the future.

Collapsing Space

Addis Fine Art, UK | 11 March – 16 April 2022

Addis Fine Art presents CollapsingSpace, a solo show debuting artist Selome Muleta. The exhibition ‘explores womanhood through the playful merging of portraiture and still life and examines the relationship between the internal self and the external world.’ Did we just say internal self and external world? That sounds like a lot of introspection to me, well that’s Spring for you!

With beautifully layered paintings that combine acrylic and oil pastels to create loud textured surfaces, Muleta fills her paintings with movement and energy while still capturing the stillness of reflection. She paints figures in a state of rumination against vibrant backdrops, a must-see exhibition that encompasses the essence of Spring.

Crystal Queer

Foundry Art Centre, USA | April 1 - May 13, 2022

If you are looking for some exhibitions to check out outside London and beyond the UK then here is a treat for you,Crystal Queer by Sarah Knight is soon to be showing at Foundry Art Centre is Missouri.

‘Crystal Queer is an installation that reimagines the definition of queering as a disorientation of visual and conceptual cohesion. Crystal Queer’s accumulation of fragments, quotes and definitions aim to create a space of perpetual flux and transmutation in meaning and reinterpretation. Using the ceramic process of“fluxing” as metaphor and physical object, Sarah Knight intends this space to embody the joy in the unidentifiable and the alchemical transformation of matter, language, and identity.’

Spring is a time for challenging our perceptions, opening our minds, and welcoming new ideas and ways of living. So, if you are looking for all those, Crystal Queer is just the exhibition for you.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to go enjoy all the wonderful art Spring has to offer.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
25/03/2022
To Do
Chioma Ince
Welcoming Spring with Art
With Spring upon us, the end of March is fast approaching. With the closure of cold days and dark mornings, this new season brings more than high pollen counts and brighter days. A metamorphosis of self and artistic expression is beginning to bud.

Many of us notice or seek changes in our life during Spring and it is no coincidence. Symbolically, and quite literally, Spring is a season of growth, new beginnings, and reflection. Biologically, nature enters a new stage and colour sprouts around our city. Socially and artistically, this is the case too. We don’t think it’s just the weather, although that is a big factor! Spiritually and biologically, it is a time to emerge from hibernation and welcome change. For artists, beings who are forever in a space of transcendence, reflection and hibernation, Spring is a reminder of making, creation, and growth. This is all to say that along with the long-awaited sunshine, we have a lot of new and beautiful creations to experience as art lovers this season. That is why here at gowithYamo, we have decided to celebrate Spring Equinox by highlighting some current and upcoming exhibitions that channel the symbolic attributes of Spring.

Rooted Beings

Wellcome Collection, UK | 24 March – 29 August 2022

‘Rooted Beings invites you to embark on a meditative reflection on the world of plants and fungi. The exhibition considers what we might learn from plant behaviour, and the impacts of colonial expeditions on the exploitation of natural resources and indigenous knowledges.’

Nature is a key signifier of Spring, a visual and biological clock, ticking away and ringing when a new season has arrived. Rooted Beings brings many of Spring’s themes to our doorstep: new learnings, meditative reflections and being more attentive and receptive to the lessons shared through the microcosm of the natural world.

Our Time on Earth

Barbican, UK | 5 May - 29Aug 2022

Our Time on Earth is an ‘exhibition of art, science, design, music and philosophy inviting you to experience different global perspectives on our shared planet, and consider Earth as a community we all belong to. Interactive experiences, immersive installations and digital works come together to take you on a journey of self-reflection, discovering how technology can connect us to the natural world and leaving you feeling empowered to make positive change.’ 

Spring, like this exhibition, for many marks a journey of transformation of self-reflection. Our Time on Earth is a multidisciplinary conversation on the emergency that is our climate, and ways that we can collectively harness our power and creativity to better the future.

Collapsing Space

Addis Fine Art, UK | 11 March – 16 April 2022

Addis Fine Art presents CollapsingSpace, a solo show debuting artist Selome Muleta. The exhibition ‘explores womanhood through the playful merging of portraiture and still life and examines the relationship between the internal self and the external world.’ Did we just say internal self and external world? That sounds like a lot of introspection to me, well that’s Spring for you!

With beautifully layered paintings that combine acrylic and oil pastels to create loud textured surfaces, Muleta fills her paintings with movement and energy while still capturing the stillness of reflection. She paints figures in a state of rumination against vibrant backdrops, a must-see exhibition that encompasses the essence of Spring.

Crystal Queer

Foundry Art Centre, USA | April 1 - May 13, 2022

If you are looking for some exhibitions to check out outside London and beyond the UK then here is a treat for you,Crystal Queer by Sarah Knight is soon to be showing at Foundry Art Centre is Missouri.

‘Crystal Queer is an installation that reimagines the definition of queering as a disorientation of visual and conceptual cohesion. Crystal Queer’s accumulation of fragments, quotes and definitions aim to create a space of perpetual flux and transmutation in meaning and reinterpretation. Using the ceramic process of“fluxing” as metaphor and physical object, Sarah Knight intends this space to embody the joy in the unidentifiable and the alchemical transformation of matter, language, and identity.’

Spring is a time for challenging our perceptions, opening our minds, and welcoming new ideas and ways of living. So, if you are looking for all those, Crystal Queer is just the exhibition for you.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to go enjoy all the wonderful art Spring has to offer.

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