Stefanie Reichelt  ArtCell Gallery
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In November 2007 Stefanie Reichelt started ArtCell Gallery which is located in the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Research Institute (CRUK CRI), in the heart of the scientific community of Cambridge. The institute carries out world-class research to improve our understanding of cancer and find out how to prevent, diagnose and treat different kinds of cancer. The exhibitions at ArtCell aim to bring art into the institute for Stefanie's colleagues, patients at Addenbrookes Hospital as well as the general public.

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Susi Gutierrez, Trudi Obee, Gillian MacAndrew – Hopscotch
09 October - 30 November 2010

Susi Gutierrez, Trudi Obee and Gillian MacAndrew graduated from the Cambridge School of Art at Anglia Ruskin University in 2009 and show their latest works of art, paintings and photographs, in this group exhibition.

Exhibition Opening Saturday 09 October 2010, 4pm-7pm

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My work is about transformation and a continuous association and disassociation with a different world. It requires a state of heightened selfawareness with subjectivity but at the same time able to play without knowing what is going to happen. A game of constant appearance, disappearance and reappearance occurs in my paintings, with an exploration of inside and outside the canvas, seeking out colour and forms.

My paintings have developed a concern with linear markings that intertwine and create webs of activity upon the surface of the canvas. They aim to create a dialogue between self-reflective processes and the spontaneous act, as well as a diversity of movement across and within space; this creates an overall atmospheric and shallow spatial depth through which areas of contrasting density, complexity and openness are allowed to play themselves out.

Gillian MacAndrew
Sigmund Freud wrote «In mental life nothing which has been formed can perish – that everything is somehow preserved and that in suitable circumstances (when, for instance, regression goes back far enough) it can once more be brought to light.»   Using Freud's premise my aim is to illicit that latent emotional response to the objects and how they are placed.