Please join us on Thursday 2 July, 6:30-8:30pm for the opening of Ancient Lights by Melbourne-based artist Nicholas Mangan. This major new film installation is a continuation of the artist’s recent investigations into the relationship between energy and social transformation and the first solo exhibition of Mangan’s work in the UK. For more information about the exhibition and related events please click here.  

On Tuesday 7 July Nicholas Mangan will be in conversation with Max Andrews and Mariana Cánepa Luna from Latitudes, an independent curatorial office based in Barcelona. For more information and to reserve a place please click here.  

Nicholas Mangan is in residence on Chisenhale Gallery’s Instagram feed until the end of August 2015. If you don’t follow us already, please do sign up to follow his posts relating to his research for the exhibition.  

Book now for our forthcoming Offsite event, which will take place on Wednesday 22 July, 7pm at Second Home in east London. This special event launches Enquire to Annotate, a new website and series of talks and workshops developed by Yuri Pattison which marks the midpoint of his new commission for the Chisenhale Gallery Create Residency 2014-16. A new sculptural work will also be presented. For more information and to reserve a place please click here.


We’re currently installing our next exhibition, Ancient Lights, by Nicholas Mangan, opening Thursday 2 July 6.30-8.30pm. This new commission explores the physical and conceptual power of the sun and includes two film projections powered by a solar-powered off-grid system. For more information about the show click here

A programme of events accompanies the exhibition. We hope you can join us for Max Andrews and Mariana Cánepa Luna in conversation with Nicholas Mangan on Tuesday 7 July, 7pm. Further events include a talk by writer and researcher, Rebecca Wright, on 'the aesthetics of energy'; a coffee morning; a tour of the exhibition by Curator in Residence at LUX, Ellen Greig; and two workshops lead by artist, Elisavet Kalpaxi, where participants will make their own photograms. For more information and to reserve a place please click here.


Thank you to everyone who came to the rehearsals and performance of JESSICA LLEWELLYN TIMOTHY DWAYNE WOJCIECH YUNUEN by Dwayne Browne, Wojciech Kosma, Timothy Murray, Llewellyn Reichman, Yunuen Rhi and Jessica Lauren Elizabeth Taylor. A video of the discussion between the performers and Hannah Black, which followed Thursday’s rehearsal, will be available to watch online later this week. Images are by Irene Moray.   

A new film, produced as part of the commission and shot by Irene Moray, will also be available to watch online soon.

The gallery is currently closed while we install our next exhibition, Ancient Lights, by the Melbourne-based artists Nicholas Mangan. To find out more about the exhibition, please click here. Join us for the opening on Thursday 2 July, 6.30-8.30pm.