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Woman lying down on a concrete bench

to 20 October 2021
Time: 45 mins

Image represents four artists work, top left: a still image from Siphenathi Mayekiso’s film Echoes of Identity, which shows a man with bare chest and arms across his face against a blue sky; top right: a still image from Rebekah Ubuntu’s film Ecologies of Belonging (a Meditation in Progress), which shows a person standing in the centre of a sandy footpath with long grass either side, in the distance to the left if the sea and clouds in the sky; bottom right: a still image from Nadine Mckenzie’s film A Will, My Wheels and a Way, which shows a young woman sat in a wheelchair reflected in a mirror, a wall of windows shows buildings and blue sky outside; bottom left picture: a dirt track footpath leads into the distance through a field, the ground is a deep red, making the grass on the sides of the path almost black in colour, trees can be seen on the horizon in the distance with clouds and a little blue sky above.

to 28 February 2022

A colourful graphic, the text of which reads 'The Beautiful Octopus Club Presents...' and then dates 'September - November 2021'. The background is dark blue and the text is pink and yellow. There are cartoon drawings of eyes across the page, some of which are blinking

to 26 November 2021

to 27 January 2022

A women hangs from a trapeze. Behind her is a screen with text on it. She is holding onto a man, pulling him out of his wheelchair while swinging upside down.

to 24 November 2021
Time: Varies

LEVEL Centre logo - in which the 'L' at the end of the word 'Level' is upside down.

to 26 October 2021
Time: Tuesdays 11am - 12pm

An image of '17' a white male wearing a red woollen hat, black framed glasses and a black dinner suit. '17' is peeking out of a hole up into the Big Blue.

to 30 September 2022
Time: N/A

On a screen with play, stop and skip controls, two brightly clothed characters sit. Legs crossed, they each raise an open hand as they chat. Below the screen large painted letters read “Who wants to be happy?”

to 4 December 2021
Time: 11am-1pm