Author: Bruce Davies

Bruce Davies is an artist whose work looks, primarily, at the relationship between artist, gallery and viewer; how environments can shape the perception and understanding of an artwork and how a space can alter the nature of the work itself. He is also the curator of BasementArtsProject, a domestic house that also functions as a gallery, studio and event space In Beeston.

Carving ‘On The Corner’ FREE WORKSHOPS with BasementArtsProject

BasementArtsProject is running a series of carving workshops over the coming months. These will be taking place on the land where Jacob’s Ladder by artist Keith Ackerman is sited at the edge of Tunstall  Road. With the sculpture finished and upright we are now working on the next phase of

Art Life: South of The River | Reclaiming Time and Space

In 2014, after three years of BasementArtsProject being a thing, I was visited by two London curators from an organisation called Sluice. They had contacted me via the email and asked if wouldn’t mind being interviewed for their project, touring grassroots and independent arts venues around the country. Of course,

Totem Explorer 2-day Art Workshop with Nicholas Vaughan

Nicholas Vaughan is an artist with a singular vision and strident political views. Since November of last year, his exhibition at BasementArtsProject has been stirring debate amongst visitors with its analysis of the post-referendum United Kingdom. On Saturday 12 & 19 February 2022 Nicholas Vaughan will be running a series

10 Years of BasementArtsProject | Celebrate by taking part

On Friday 2 April 2021 BasementArtsProject turned 10 years old. Our first ever project was ‘This Is Our House‘ by artist Kimbal Bumstead. As we threw open our kitchen door on that warm April evening 10 years ago, little did we know that we would be creating a project in