I wrote this for a-n:

This weekend saw the Bristol Biennnial 2014 burst into life with a jam-packed 10-day programme that peppers the city with intriguing events in unusual spaces. Caves, Edwardian toilets, buses, fountains and an ordinary terraced house all play host to events and exhibitions, producing the potential for unfamiliar encounters with contemporary art. The ambitious artist-led festival, dominated by performance, will exhibit the work of over 50 local, national and international artists.

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The end of the Surface Arts and Rumpueng Artspace Residency saw two more actions from Girl Gang Chiang Mai. We showed shoppers how to ride an escalator like a rainbow and how to pause time whilst camouflaging produce in a supermarket.

Reflecting on the residency, it was an incredibly beneficial and enriching experience. It was the first time in a long while that I’ve been able to focus on my practice. I gave two talks about my work, produced two new works (pictured) and set up GGCM. It was a productive and thought provoking time where I was forced out from my comfort zone and had the physical and mental space to make work.

It was reinvigorating and the impact of the residency is really only just beginning to unfold as I digest and make sense of the experience. It is going to affect the work I make next.

It is also very awesome that Girl Gang Chiang Mai is continuing.