Summer of exhibitions

PUBLISHED: 12:14 18 July 2007 | UPDATED: 11:18 24 May 2010

A BRISTOL art gallery is putting on three exhibitions this summer. In the first gallery at Spike Island, in Cumberland Road, Working Things Out will

A BRISTOL art gallery is putting on three exhibitions this summer.In the first gallery at Spike Island, in Cumberland Road, Working Things Out will be showing off their contemporary sculptures.The group of seven British artists have produced work which suggests ways of imagining the world.Gallery two will hold a visual display called Flash In The Metropolitan. Rosalind Nashashibi and Lucy Skaer filmed under the cover of darkness, documenting the near eastern, African and oceanic collections of the legendary New York Metropolitan Museum.The flashing strobe light used in filming allows the viewer to see the objects as if in animation.Primrose Cook will be presenting her first solo show in Bristol in the venue's third gallery.The Falmouth graduate has developed her work, Project Space, through a six week residency at Spike Island.Primrose specialises in pencil drawings, sculpture and video to depict the rural landscape.A programme of talks and events will run alongside the exhibitions. For more information visit www.spikeisland.org.uk

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