Artist-in-Residence Martin Green renowned for his use of found objects brings together “Industry”
Anne Petters (artist) and Mike Tooby (curator) discuss Anne’s works ‘Lichtung – Break’ and ‘Lichtung – White Drift’, on the last day of their presentation at Coventry Cathedral in the context of the series ‘Broken Angel’.
Where There Is Light is an immersive sound and light installation sharing the voices and stories of sanctuary seeking communities from across the country. It asks questions about where we find light in our lives, in ourselves, in others and in the world around us.
A rare chance to see artist Faye Claridge’s Prisoners on Prisoners in Coventry. This audio-visual exhibit seeks to connect women’s experiences of criminalisation and imprisonment, past and present. Faye Claridge worked with prisoners at HMP Askham Grange by taking archives
Artists Gardner & Gardner are bringing the ‘Peacemakers’ loom to Coventry Cathedral from 20th to 28th April 2022. When the Cathedral is open to the public, the installation will offer a quiet, hospitable space, drawing visitors into the repetitive, contemplative,
To mark the 60th Anniversary of Coventry Cathedral, we have commissioned Nitin Sawhney CBE, recipient of the Ivor Novello Lifetime Achievement, to create a new site-specific performance in response to Benjamin Britten’s masterpiece War Requiem.
8th October 2021 – 23rd January 2022 Presented as a part of the third Coventry Biennial, Listening to the Anthropocene at Coventry Cathedral is a major new exhibition of sound and moving image artworks that explores the ways that field recording and
A new site-specific work by Anne Petters to temporarily replace the ‘Angel of the Eternal Gospel’.