Previous exhibitions at the Glass Tank

    • Helena: Every Day Is A Morning After

      Helena: Every Day Is A Morning After

      We are proud to present Helena: Every Day Is A Morning After created by documentarian Jim Mortram as an exhibition film of his body of work Every Day Is A Morning After. The film is part of Photo Oxford 2020 and supported by Oxford Brookes University.

    • Flow Online

      Flow Online

      Arising from a partnership between Modern Art Oxford, Flow is a collaboration between Oxford Brookes University and Modern Art Oxford.

    • The World of Mind

      The World of Mind

      The Glass Tank presents The World of Mind, an online exhibition of artwork by young Chinese artists aged between 6 and 28. Led by YAAE 2020.

    • She Performs: The Body

      She Performs: The Body

      The Glass Tank presents She Performs: The Body, the latest exhibition in She Performs' ongoing investigation into the issues of inclusive feminist curating and the under representation of women artists in galleries and museums.

    • Kelly + Jones

      Kelly + Jones

      The Glass Tank presents a collaborative exhibition by artists Traci Kelly and Rhiannon Jones. Their body of work exists in the interstice of documentation, live actions, artwork and survey and looks at the place writing has in relation to gendering processes and landscape.

    • DreaMFactory 2019

      DreaMFactory 2019

      The Glass Tank presents ‘DreaMFActory 2019’, an interim exhibition of work by students from the Master of Fine Art programme at Oxford Brookes.

    • Local Area Network Exhibition

      Local Area Network Exhibition

      The Glass Tank presents Local Area Network, a new exhibition by artist Tom Milnes. Local Area Network is an investigation into the internet infrastructure using cloud-based photogrammetry.

    • Flowers and Volcanoes - An Artistic Tale of Two Post-80s Chinese Artists

      Flowers and Volcanoes - An Artistic Tale of Two Post-80s Chinese Artists

      This exhibition at Oxford Brookes University will be the 18th 'Joint Art Event' of HeiLichee and 19Van, aiming to highlight the creativity of the post-80s Chinese artists and to celebrate the Confucius Institute Day.

    • Line Makers

      Line Makers

      This summer, a group three artists who met while studying fine art at Oxford Brookes University in 2013 present their work in The Glass tank. Their different Indian, British and Cambodian cultural backgrounds inform how they make work and wish to present it together as artists

    • In-Tuition: Arts PhD Showcase

      In-Tuition: Arts PhD Showcase

      nTuition showcases works by the Oxford Brookes practice-based arts researchers. The exhibition presents the wide range of methods arts PhD students employ to investigate their research topic, ranging from live art, sculpture, printmaking, sound art to social sculpture.

    • School of Architecture End of Year Show 2019

      School of Architecture End of Year Show 2019

      A showcase of undergraduate and postgraduate Architecture student's work from the year.

    • PEEL: Fine Art Degree Show 2019

      PEEL: Fine Art Degree Show 2019

      The Oxford Brookes 2019 degree show PEEL is an exciting and stimulating collection of work from a diverse group of artists. The work spans from political to personal and covers a wide range of disciplines.

    • Within and Between: Women / Bodies / Generations

      Within and Between: Women / Bodies / Generations

      Join us this spring for a diverse exhibition of sculpture, photography, film and video by artists Clair Chinnery, Janice Howard and Lisa Richardson. This exhibition will bring together individual practices of three mid-career artists providing opportunities for audiences to consider not only the social positioning of ‘women of a certain age’ but also the inner worlds of those whose lives pivot on the cusp of change, often measured through life altering events.

    • Oxford Human Rights Festival 2019: Activism

      Oxford Human Rights Festival 2019: Activism

      As part of Oxford Human Rights Festival, The Glass Tank will host an exhibition around the theme of Activism. This deliberately broad topic allows us to explore issues of history, politics, identity, persecution, and free speech. The content of the exhibition will programmed by the Oxford Human Rights Festival committee, which involves students from across the University. This year they will work in collaboration with the LGBT+ Forum to develop an exciting exhibition around the theme of Art, Activism and Human Rights.

    • Blue Screen Panel Discussion

      Blue Screen Panel Discussion

      Artists Luke Skiffington and Jan Crombie will lead an informal walk-through of their exhibition 'Blue Screen' followed by a panel discussion featuring other artists, curators and special guests.

    • Blue Screen

      Blue Screen

      An exhibition of contemporary painting by artists Luke Skiffington and Jan Crombie.

    • DreaMFActory 18

      DreaMFActory 18

      An interim exhibition of work from students undertaking the Master of Fine Art programme in the School of Arts.

    • The Palestinian History Tapestry

      The Palestinian History Tapestry

      An exhibition of The Palestinian History Tapestry presented by The Glass Tank in the Lab space. The Palestinian History Tapestry illustrates the history of the land of Palestine, from the Neolithic era to the present. It has been made by Palestinian women within and outside Palestine, many of them in refugee camps across the Middle East.

    • The Door Opened: 1980s China

      The Door Opened: 1980s China

      The Glass Tank presents an exhibition of photography by Adrian Bradshaw in association with the Confucius Institute at Oxford Brookes University. The photographs reveal three decades worth of documenting the transformation of China as the vast nation reformed and opened up to the world.

    • ATLAS - An extended reality experience by Yann Deval & Marie Losseau

      ATLAS - An extended reality experience by Yann Deval & Marie Losseau

      ATLAS is an interactive and scenographic exhibition in which the work sits between digital and visual arts. For this exhibition, the Glass Tank will host a mixture of real models and an interactive virtual world.