Antlers presented Spatial at 7 – 9 Temple Studios, Temple Gate, Bristol, BS1 6QA.

Spatial was an ambitious exhibition which explored ideas of Architecture and Space. Housed in the former B&ER building next to Bristol Temple Meads train station, Antlers responded to the architecture of the space to curate a show of new works by both international and local emerging artists.

The five artists brought together for Spatial explored the show’s concept as it relates to ‘outer’ space, architectural space and constructed space through a diversity of mediums including: oil painting, installation, large-scale graphite drawing and photography.


ARTISTS: Geoff Diego Litherland, Jonny Byles, Josie IrvineMatthieu Leger and Sarah Jeffs


7 – 9 Temple Studios, Temple Gate, Bristol, BS1 6QA.

26 July – 10 August 2013

Open:- 10 am – 6 pm Tuesday – Sunday

Preview:- Thursday 25 July, 6 – 9pm


Artist’s Evening Tour:-

The exhibition also saw the launch of Antlers first Artist’s Evening Tour on Wednesday 7 August, 6.30pm. Visitors were welcomed to join us for drinks and a tour of the show, hearing a brief introduction of the work from each artist. This was a great chance to gain more insight into the artists’ practices and explore the common themes and concepts within the show.



From City Centre:

If you are going down Temple Gate (A4) towards Bath take the left hand turning immediately after Station Approach. Go Straight ahead and turn right before Bristol Exeter House. Go Straight ahead and in front of you is a stretch of industrial looking buildings – look out for the big yellow numbers we are in between 7 and 9.

From Temple Meads Train Station

As you leave the main entrance turn left and follow the pavement around until you see a metal staircase leading you down to the lower level. When you reach the bottom turn left and walk straight ahead until you see the row of industrial looking buildings – look out for the big yellow numbers we are in between 7 and 9.

Supported by:- TCN UK


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