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Keith Harrison, site visit, Cannock Chase Forest, part of Keith Harrison’s Jerwood Open Forest commission Joyride, a Jerwood Charitable Foundation and Forestry Commission England initiative. Courtesy:  Jerwood Open Forest
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Keith Harrison’s Joyride: “I don’t know what will happen when the car goes down the ramp”

In November 2016 artist Keith Harrison was announced as the winner of Jerwood Open Forest, a £30,000 commission opportunity to produce a new public work for a forest context. He talks to Anneka French ahead of his sculpture-cum-performance, Joyride, which will see a full-size replica of a Rover 75 ‘launched’ from a ramp in the Staffordshire countryside.

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Freedomination Soapbox Performance

Participants Needed! Performance Saturday 23rd September at 3pm. Corner of Spring Bank and Freehold Street. We are looking for as many participants as possible, speaking on a wide range of subjects from the size of chocolate bars to fracking and […]

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Discourse on my arts practice and coaching

For me, an artist and a coach, the question I want to respond to is one of ethics. How does a contract of trust manifest when using coaching methods outside coaching contexts?   When operating as a coach I am […]

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There There performing Text HOME at Experimentica in Cardiff (2014), having unpacked a single carry-on bag. Photo: Adam Chard
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Making rent, making work: the strapped for cash art

One half of the London-based performance company There There with Dana Olărescu, Bojana Janković argues that the economic pressures more and more artists face are ultimately shaping the kind of work that gets made, especially by emerging artists, with profound and long-term consequences.

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Victorian actress of melodrama at the Elephant and Castle Theatre.
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The Melodramatic Elephant in the Haunted Castle

Arts Council England funded project about the melodramatic history of the Coronet Theatre in the Elephant and Castle, London. It is closing after 145 years of theatre, film, music and clubbing events.

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Benjamin Sebastian: BECOMING CONSTELLATION

“Queerness is not and can never be an identity. It is a current, or imperative. Moving through and between our bodies; it is an intersubjective process of becoming. We are more than our bodies. We are relations in time & space.” – B. Sebastian.

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Aversion

A research & Development project exploring relationships between gender, sexuality, mental health and abject art- considering the communication of complex themes to a wide audience resulting in a new performance work by artist Rosanne Robertson.

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