7 Jul 2019



On the 17th of August the Other-Art Network in collaboration with Goodnestone Park Gardens will be hosting an opening event for the 74 Years exhibition. The event will feature access to the gardens of Goodnestone Park, entry to the Other-Space Gallery, and specially curated performances from the Goodnestone Choir and Greig Burgoyne who will be performing ‘Lost in Space’.

The Old Dairy Cafe will be serving food and drinks from 12-5pm.


Tickets are available through the Goodnestone Park Gardens Website - £5 per adult


Event Details:

Choir Performance at 2:00pm

Greig Burgoyne Performance of Lost In Space: 3:00pm

Garden/Exhibition Entry from 12:00pm



Goodnestone Park Gardens, Kent, CT3 1PL




The Other-Space has re-opened this summer to offer ‘74 Years’ an exhibition bringing together works from 11 contemporary artists working in a variety of media. Expect film, sculpture, installation, poetry and performance.


Positioned abruptly in what the OA.N describes as a moment of cognitive short-termism, 74 Years continues the OA.N’s interest in the passage of time. The title is a reference to the Trinity Test on the 16th of July 1945, a moment that the Geological Society later coined as; the start of the era in which mankind has had a significant impact on the geology of the earth, or, the Anthropocene.


The steady normalisation of states of disaster across the world is a powerful demonstration of the human capacity to avert the mind from impending catastrophe. 74 Years aims to confront this cognitive short-termism and engage with our present epoch by presenting carefully curated art works in a setting where you are invited to consider the events of the last 74 years and their impact on the systems of the Earth.




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