Nils Völker uses Tyvek to produce breathing sculptures:
Chiharu Shiota uses black thread to create grids in which she places objects which makes them inaccessible and distant:
And Kathleen Rogers uses Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and Confocal Laser Microscopy (CLM) to map lace and produce a really interesting - almost sci-fi - film which an ambient soundtrack
Also in the gallery was the Tessa Sidey Bequest which is a series of around 30 prints given to the gallery by a former Curator of Prints and Drawings upon her death. The stand out pieces for me were an inkless etching by Josef Albers and a linocut by Anthony Davies - it's just a shame I didn't take better pictures.
The gallery is housed in a Georgian building and has a couple of spectacular rooms:
On leaving the museum, the city's library is opposite and there was a lovely piece of commissioned art wrapping around one side: