Show: Unspeakable

Superbly curated, high quality & wide ranging work.”

– Liz Ellis, [Policy Advisor, Communites and Diversity at Heritage Lottery Fund]

Our first show at 5th Base Gallery was a great success! Group curated, ‘Unspeakable’ showcased pieces from each member of the collective, with a range of works including painting, installation, printmaking, sculpture and interactive pieces.

Scroll down for pictures of the Private View and information on individual pieces.


“Inspirational, extraordinary & uplifting. Great Show.”  –  Another Diana


Really great show. Love the interactive stuff.” – E


“I was intrigued and drawn in by all the pieces, well curated.” – Helen 



Unspeakable: The Work

Something Collective Collaboration: Lucy Chapman & Esther Neslen: “The Marketing Fish”, an interactive work using ‘miracle fortune teller fish’ and the Audience Agency’s marketing profiling from the National Visual Arts 2014/15 Culster Benchmark Report


Jeejay Scott“If the unspeakable could speak……” Oil on canvas and audio recording


Litza Jansz: The Elephant is the Room” Mixed media interactive installation. Engraved steel  with magnets made from digital prints of ink drawings


Esther NeslenTexter 01” and “Exhibition“,  plaster 


Mandy Eugeniou: An Appropriate Souvenir for an Anonymous Individual”, installation, stone & gold leaf, The Mirror Field”, proposal for installation, mirror, “Hardcore“, installation, Brick & iPhone


Aitor Albo45 563MS”  Rug, concrete, wood, thread, paint and high visibility fabric



Sarika Sharma: “And I wonder if we’ll remember…“, oil on canvas


Lucy Chapman: “The Ceiling Project”, photographic print


Megan #1

Megan RedmondGrief 3“, Lithograph


Thanks to everyone who came & supported us,
The Something Collective x




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