Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Hurry! Only Two Tickets Left!

Thank you to everyone who has booked their tickets and collected the texts at the gallery. It is very exciting and encouraging for Tooth and Clawr and Chapter Gallery that so many people wish to delve deaper into the exhibition programme. If you have yet to book your tickets, then please do this as soon as possible as there are only two available before we reach maximum capacity! Fear not, if you do fail to get a place on this session you are still welcome to recieve the reading material as we belive in offering as much context about the gallery programme as possible. All preperations are going well, and we look forward to seeing you this Sunday in the Cinema Foyer at Chapter.

Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Book Now!

"Id Like to book my place on the Tooth&Clawr reading group please..."

Booking for the Tooth&Clawr reading group event is essential as spaces are limited. Chapter Arts Centres lovely Box Office staff will be able to assist you with booking your place on the space.
Visit: for further information on the event and how to book.

Sunday, 19 February 2012

Visit the Exhibition

Lothar Götz Lightbox Commission at Chapter' main entrance

It is recommended that you view the current exhibition Wait Until Dark before coming along to the reading group. This will help the discussion along, as we can talk about the texts in reference to the artwork. Chapter Gallery is open Tues-Sat 10AM-8PM, Sun 2PM-8PM. You are in for a treat!

Saturday, 18 February 2012

Curated Texts for Launch Session

We have selected excerpts from J.G Ballard's Crystal World and Thomas Bernhard's novel Correction. The artist Lothar Gotz selected the latter book for our reading group as it has had a major influence on the theme's within his art work. We will regularly ask Chapter artist's for a text that has inspired their practice, as it is often a great entry point to the art work.

For a copy of the selected reading material for the launch session please visit Chapter's Gallery or email us at:

Lothar Götz: Wait Until Dark

Lothar Götz: Wait Until Dark
Fri 3 Feb — Sun 1 April
Gwe 3 Chwef — Sul 1 Ebrill
Preview • Blaenwelediad: Thu 2 Feb • 6-8pm • Iau 2 Chwef
Lothar Götz’s practice ranges in scale from site-specific wall paintings and room-sized spatial installations to paintings and drawings. There is a clear coherence and dialogue across his body of work through its continual referencing and engagement with ideas about architecture and space and its characteristic use of abstract geometric forms, fields and lines of intense colour.
His work is informed by real factors of circumstance, site, or the particular inhabitants or histories of a building, space or place, but mixes these factors with further imaginary or fantasy ones.
Similarly, many of his drawings represent the floor plans of idealised dwellings, sometimes for specific people or historical figures, sometimes for imagined ones.
Together they form part of an ongoing series exploring spatial ideas for domestic spaces: apartments, houses, bungalows, villas. Colour is used to denote the functions and atmospheres of rooms, or the situations and qualities of the surrounding landscape — whether a chateau set in a meadow or a bungalow overlooking the sea. It also cues off the identity of the person who is thought to live there, in a web of imaginative factors that continually feed into the geometrical arrangement of forms and the colour decisions for each drawing.


Lothar Götz was born in Günzburg, Germany in 1963. He now lives and works in London. His solo shows have included rahncontemporary, Zurich; Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven and Galerie der Stadt Remscheid, all Germany (2011); Petra Rinck Galerie, Germany (2009) and Chisenhale, UK (2002). He has forthcoming solo exhibitions at DOMOBAAL , London and Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg, Germany.
Public commissions include Platform for Art at Piccadilly Circus underground station in 2007; a collaboration with Caruso St John Architects at the Arts Council England Offices in 2008 and a commission at Haymarket Metro Station, Newcastle in 2009.
He has been on residencies in New York, Shanghai and Guangzhou, and completed an Abbey Fellowship at the British School at Rome in 2010.
Image: Lothar Götz, Circus, wall painting, 2012.

Friday, 17 February 2012

Tooth&Clawr Launch

Tooth& Clawr will be launching at Chapter
On Sunday 4th of March 2012 at 3pm
Booking essential
To book your place on this exciting discussion event contact Chapter box office:
02920 334400

Refreshments included in ticket price

Lawnsiad Tooth&Clawr yn Chapter
Dydd Sul 4edd o Fawrth 2012 3pm
Bwcio yn hanfodol
I fwcio tocyn i ymuno'r trafodaeth cysylltu gyda'r swddfa bwcio ar:
02920 334400

Mae lluniaeth ysgafn ar gael gyda'r tocyn

Printed excerpts of the curated texts are available from Chapter Gallery, or on request through contacting Tooth&Clawr at: