No Time To Plan an Ending

15 Oct 2021 – 18 Dec 2021

Regular hours

10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00

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Cardiff, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • Bus routes 38 and 39 operate from the city centre to Newport Rd/City Rd bus stop, 1 minute's walk from g39
  • Queen St railway station is five minutes' walk from g39
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Distance and closeness. An arm's reach apart. At least. A breath apart. Minimum. People come together and people move apart. Bumper cars with a no-bumping rule. This show brings together a collection of people. A collision of people.


Becca + Clare, Freya Dooley, Rebecca Gould, Rhiannon Lowe, Will Roberts, Neasa Terry

The second group from the g39 Fellowship programme - Becca+Clare, Freya Dooley, Rebecca Gould, Rhiannon Lowe, Will Roberts, Neasa Terry - present a collection of new projects, ideas and proposals for works. Some of them have been intermittently based at g39 during the last year as we have navigated different circumstances together. The show is a mixture of live work, work completed over the last two years and projects that were paused through these extraordinary times. 

Days passed and the disconnected weeks seemed to repeat. Things that happened last year feel simultaneously close to us and distant. Long term and short term memories feel compressed, crashing together in the face of uncertainty. Planning for anything felt futile as those plans got re-drafted and re-written again and again. We seem to have no time as well as an excess of it, but no structures to hold it. Zoom crashes the distances between us, the gaps between things. Idling. It runs out and around us. Things take longer and any sense of routine is still fluid. 

The show is not, thankfully, about these extraordinary times. It is framed by them, changed by them but not separate or apart. Some of the artists have spent time working from home. Homes that become strange villages where different activities have to co-exist with life and work and change.

Exhibiting artistsToggle


Rhiannon Lowe

Freya Dooley

William Roberts

Rebecca Gould

Neasa Terry

Taking part


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