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1st-14th November 2021
Zuzushii Art Laboratory, 26 White Rock, Hastings, TN34 1JY

Opening hours:
1st-7th November 10am-5pm
10th-14th November 10am-5pm
Private view: Tuesday 2nd November 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Bringing together the work of artists Josie Rae Turnbull and Kate Tipler, PARROTING opens a conversation on human perspectives of nature in the built environment. Just as a parrot mimics human language without understanding the linguistic meaning of the sounds it is making, so do we echo fragments of what we see in the world around us, without having the capacity to fully understand these forms. By extension, the artists mimic this action, reflecting parts of reality by taking photographs and reproducing them in inverted forms.

Josie (@friedspectacle) is an artist and art educator from London, who is currently studying for an MA in Art and Science at Central Saint Martins after a number of years living and working in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. She is currently expanding her lens based practice into multimedia printmaking and cast sculpture.

Kate (@katetipler) is an artist and writer from Hastings who is now based in Bristol. She recently returned from HCMC, Vietnam where she lived for seven years. Before this, she studied Comparative Literature at Goldsmiths University and she has also worked as a journalist, editorial photographer and educator. More recently, her practice has given her the space to experiment further with photography alongside textiles, installation and participatory performative events.


Inspiral, an exhibition on a theme of static motion, an installation in shape and sound. A minimal world of multiple dimensions from the mind of Japanese artist Fumico Azuma. It‘s an exploration into the notion of perpetual movement through the use of static material. Using plywood, cut, hung and pulled away from flat surfaces into three dimensional forms where the space between becomes just as significant as that which is filled. Simple in concept, though far from simplistic, it draws you into a depth of spacial awareness where your own movement governs how the work is experienced. In conjunction with projections and the in house sound collage of ZUZUSHII MONKEY, this is unlike any other body of work you‘ll see in Hastings. 


26 White Rock, Hastings, TN34 1JY.

Exhibition runs from Sunday 26th September till Sunday 17th October.

Private view Saturday 2nd October, 12 till 6 pm.

Gallery opening times Wednesday to Sunday, 10 till 5.

OPEN – to misinterpretation

OPEN – to misinterpretation.

The private view will also be on Saturday 31st July, throughout the afternoon from 2pm. Show ends on Saturday 21st August. Gallery opening times are from 10am to 5pm, Wednesday to Sunday.

An exhibition in celebration of the ambiguous. A visual, vibrant journey through 2 and 3D collage, mixed media assemblage, sculpture, prints and total abstraction. Taking part are Fumico Azuma, Tim Can, Peter Quinnell, James Roseveare, Mark Soye and April Yasamee. There‘s much to see on many levels and some of the exhibition will be rotated over the duration, so visiting more than once is recommended. 



At The ZUZUSHII ART LABORATORY, 26 White Rock, Hastings, TN34 1JY.

Wednesday 12th May to Wednesday 9th June. Open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.

To break a rule, there is no private view, we want to avoid a large number of people turning up at the same time. However, you are all more than welcome to pay us a visit in your own good time.

All work is by Fumico Azuma and Tim Can – Installations and mixed media collage, many pieces as yet unseen due to obvious reasons. 

So please come to help us and to help us all, come back to life.

Many thanks –


The Insect Inside. What does it all mean? Answers will only be accepted on a postcard. This does not infringe any data protection act that we‘re aware of or are remotely interested in. No living things were harmed during the making of this film, except for one mosquito, it was.