In a considered response to Ikon’s architecture, Indian artist Sheela Gowda (b. 1957) transforms the high-ceilinged second-floor galleries with a trademark combination of powerful visual impact and socio-political concerns. Through poetic treatment of everyday materials, Gowda makes strong statements that convey her uneasiness with the status quo, especially with respect to women and others marginalised by injustice.
16 June – 3 September. For more information: www.ikon-gallery.org