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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals


Fri. 1 May 2020 — Tue. 30 June 2020

The programme at S1 Artspace's gallery this spring was dedicated to its resident community of artists, with a studio-holders' takeover. While these exhibitions are postponed, you can visit an exhibition by studio-holder Ben Morris online.

Ben Morris is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores digital culture and the way it changes how we see ourselves and reality. His online exhibition Jackpot! features a series of images and animations which explore the architecture of the virtual spaces we spend our lives navigating.

View Jackpot!

Ben is releasing an interview podcast exploring his research and ideas behind Jackpot! This will be aired on Foodhall Community Radio on Saturday 23 May at 3:30pm.

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