‘Interventions’ is an exhibition of daring and unexpected site-specific artworks, sure to delight, amuse and shock visitors as they walk around the gallery.

The work is the result of a year-long project in which groups of Fine Art students and their tutors met at Pallant House Gallery to discuss ideas for making rebellious and surprising artworks that could be situated anywhere in the gallery in a playful challenge to the perception that art belongs just on the walls. The exhibition is an opportunity for students to make their own anarchic mark on the gallery whilst being creative.