projects From the archive

Algae Clouds, Underwater Film Still
Tue 18 May 2021 - Tue 31 August 2021
Arts Catalyst presents an online project by Matterlurgy that highlights the importance of river... more
Mon 11 May 2020 - Sun 17 May 2020
Ignacio Acosta: Litte ja Goabddá [Drones and Drums], 2018 Two-channel video installation, 18:... more
Fri 19 May 2017 - Sat 15 July 2017
Arts Catalyst presents two exhibitions and a season of events reflecting on disaster, displacement... more
Fri 24 March 2017 - Sat 22 April 2017
In a month-long exhibition and inquiry, Arts Catalyst looks at artists’ practices that explore the... more
Four rocks in pastel colours with mineral formations are placed in front of a grey background. They have layered, irregular shapes and some have bright colours running through the mineral sections.
Sat 20 November 2021 - Sun 21 November 2021
Guided by the artists Goda Palekaitė and Adrijana Gvozdenović, this performance aims to open the... more
A photograph of a fish swimming in murky water
Fri 4 June 2021 - Sat 3 July 2021
Gary Zhexi Zhang’s first solo UK exhibition explores operative fictions in finance, sovereignty and... more
FRAUD podcast image 1
Thu 1 April 2021 - Wed 30 June 2021
As part of EURO—VISION, FRAUD have created a series of podcasts that will launch weekly from the 1... more
Thu 22 October 2020
This guest programme, organised by research group System of Systems, brings together climate... more
Mon 15 June 2020 - Thu 1 October 2020
Food remains a powerful connector across different borders, and we invite you to join us in co-... more
Mon 11 May 2020 - Sun 21 June 2020
Extractable Matters on Film In response to the ongoing COVID-19 situation – as a way of... more
Tue 17 December 2019 - Thu 19 December 2019
End of year events curated by students from Environmental Architecture, Royal College of Art.The... more
Ignacio Acosta: Satellite views of Chuquicamata corporate mining town, c. 2011. Atacama Desert, Chile
Thu 26 September 2019 - Sat 14 December 2019
Arts Catalyst announces a new exhibition and programme investigating the politics of extraction... more