The Great Outdoors; Deirdre Dyson; 12x12x12; Kidsize, the Material World of Childhood; The Other Side of Zero: Video Positive 2000; Sporadinate

The Great Outdoors, until 18 March, celebrates the world of indoor and outdoor furniture.

Venue: Viaduct, 1-10 Summer’s Street, London EC1.

Recent work by Deirdre Dyson exhibits from 9-29 March. Dyson began her career as a graphic artist but has since worked as an independent artist from her studio in the West Country.

Venue: Grosvenor Gallery, 18 Albemarle Street, London W1.

Wall-based sculptural reliefs by Sophie Smallhorn exhibit at 12x12x12 from 8 March until 14 April. Smallhorn uses acrylic paint and MDF so that each relief measures a uniform 12x12x12cms and uses a block like structure as a point of departure.

Venue: Pentagram Gallery, 11 Needham Road, London W11.

The exhibition Kidsize, the Material World of Childhood shows in Glasgow from 3 March until 4 June. The exhibition aims to shed light on how designers have designed for young children and is arranged in 5 sections: sleeping forms, basic functions, playing, mobility and learning.

Venue: The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow G1 3NU.

The Other Side of Zero: Video Positive 2000, from 4 March until 1 May, explores the post-millennial mood, reflecting the trend towards minimalism in contemporary moving image work.

Venue: Tate Gallery Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4BB.

Sporadinate shows the work of three London artists: James Aldridge, Daniel Coombs and Danny Rolph.

Venue: Lock up, 377 Holloway Road, London N7.

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