Since March 2015 we are running a small gallery space as part of The Koffee Pot. The exhibitions are usually on for five weeks. Please do get in touch with Lisa if you are interested in showing your work. Up and coming creatives welcome! Follow us on Facebook for updates and impressions of the events.



What’s On Now?

Spirit Imprisoned In Matter
by Martha Lyons Haywood
21 April – 18 May 2016

Finissage! – Tuesday 17th May 2016, 6pm – 9pm

Spirit Imprisoned in Matter – In search for Jung’s definition of Alchemy:

Haywood’s work is physical play and intervention with material and space relating to the environment she finds herself in. She then translates her findings into poetry, and back into visual, sensory, sculptural work, and drawings.

Haywood’s studio is storage for precious objects and a »laboratory«, and wunderkammer. When these works leave her studio social processes emerge through either auto-suggestion or iterative thought. They create opportunities for dialogues with and through the material worlds; the authentic and the surrealism, the absurd and the necessary, love and romance, sadness and humor.


Up next!

COLLIDE – SciArt Exhibition
by Cat Scott
19 May – 22 June 2016

LAUNCH NIGHT: Friday 20th May 2016, 6 pm – 11pm
with Ambient/Psych records played by Leeds DJ James Heselwood

Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. – Albert Einstein.

COLLIDE is a new collection of digital designs that represent the colliding and merging of dark matter – inspired by the recent detection of gravitational waves at LIGO. The gravitational waves happened, after two black holes collided and merged into one; this caused ripples or ‘gravitational waves’ to form in the fabric of space-time. The artworks communicate this idea, playing with the concept of the mechanical motion and scale of dark matter, represented using abstract shapes and forms. The work aims to represent abstract ideas of black holes, that act as portals to unknown dimensions. Overall, Collide highlights how the behaviour of dark matter causes shifts of movement in our ever expanding universe, that are now being discovered through the use of innovative technology.

Cat Scott is a Scientific-Artist/Designer based near Leeds using scientific ideas as a starting point to form conceptual artworks.


More Exhibitions in 2016

Jake Kerton 23 June – 27 July 2016
Ingo Dierking: The Concert Polaroids 28 July – 24 August 2016
Pollyanna Steiner, Iain North & Nelson Luke Ferryman 25 August – 28 September 2016


What’s Been On So Far: A Look Back


Joe Whitmore
26 March – 22 April 2015

Shelter Manchester
23 April – 13 May 2015

Danijel Cecelja
16 May – 20 May 2015

NOUS magazine No. 5
Launch Event 21st May 2015
21 May – 10 June 2015

Annie Burrows
11 June – 11 August 2015

The Mancorialist 
13 August – 16 September 2015

Mr. Woody Woods
17 September – 1 December 2015

Patrick Macaulay
3 December 2015 – 6 January 2016


Jay Eego
7 January – 10 February 2016
Jay Eego Smith on Facebook


Camille Smithwick
11 February – 16th March