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Comfort Blanket 2

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here But then, on the other hand, there’s only so much courage I can muster. A girl needs a comfort blanket. Mr Jones can raise his eyebrows as much as he likes. It takes bravery […]

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Guts and Glory

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here You can only go with that gut feeling can’t you? In the studio, with the making, things aren’t going well. Everything either looks twee and stupid, or contrived and derivative of someone else, something else, […]

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Frames within frames within frames

Our voyage to Greenland was undertaken for the sole purpose to meet the illustrious Sisters Hope and to take part in their Sisters Academy Greenland. However, singular purposes are never basic. The Sisters Academy is in its own right a […]

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Event Festival

Summer Art Trail

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    LCB Depot, The Queen of Bradgate, New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Attenborough Arts (formally Embrace Arts), Two Queens Gallery, Graff HQ, Soft Touch Arts, Leicester Print Workshop, Unit 1 at The Great Central Gallery, Leicester LO-Fi Photography, Crafty Sew & So, Feel More Love Boutique, Seed Creativity, My Workshop, The Western and The Cube Gallery at Phoenix Cinema.
  • From:
    August 22, 2015
  • To:
    August 30, 2015
  • Location:
    East Midlands
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Reactions

 AUDIOBLOG – Please click here Words and images are starting to appear in reaction to nine women now… My friend and huge inspiration, Heather Wastie wrote a poem inspired by her trip to Dudley. Heather is the newly appointed Poet […]

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MIF 2015: Performance Capture – “I don’t want it to run totally smoothly”

Over the course of this year’s Manchester International Festival, the top floor exhibition space of the Manchester Art Gallery will be occupied by Ed Atkins’ Performance Capture, a durational project revolving around the ongoing production of a single computer-animated video. Luke Healey takes a tour of the exhibition and speaks to the artist.

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Showing Off

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I sit here at the keyboard, with absolutely no idea in my head of what I’m going to write. I had thought I would be posting immediately, but I have found what I needed […]

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MIF 2015: Tree of Codes – a mesmerising total artwork

Continuing its cross-artform commissioning process, the Manchester International Festival production Tree of Codes teams choreographer Wayne McGregor with visual artist 
Olafur Eliasson and musician Jamie XX. Bob Dickinson is mesmerised.

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The Paradox of Order – returning objects to place

The experience of this whole process has been energising. Interactions between participating artists and poets has been open and spontaneous for the most part. This was the intention of the host artist and author of the process Teresa Albor. Teresa […]

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Encounters with Strangers

By Tracing the Pathway member Joe Dunne: I have never known a pile of soil to be so inviting to strangers. Well, strangers might be overstating it – that term evaporates the moment anyone comes over with a curious and […]

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Nearly…

I creep gradually towards the 3rd July… A plethora of small tasks fill the days, and an occasional day of “proper work” at The New Art Gallery Walsall to root me in the real world, occasional communications with students, reminding […]

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Trust

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I suppose I take the nature of the visual artists I know for granted. They are supportive and encouraging… thank you all. However, the visual art that I have made doesn’t require the trust of […]

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Review

Ground: Amy Pickles and Townley and Bradby

Ground: Amy Pickles and Townley and Bradby Hosted at ATTIC, One Thoresby Street Curated by Alice Gale-Feeny and Oliver Tirré Exhibition: 4-20 June 2015 Gallery Open: Thu-Sat, 12-6pm Written by Hannah Drake, June 2015 Hidden up the seemingly endless, onslaught […]

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Groundwork: Laying Roots in MK

I am one quarter of the arts research collective Tracing the Pathway, who explore the relationships between memory, body, site and encounter, developing a fluid, itinerant and communal approach to art. In May we began Groundwork, a performance and research […]

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Artangel explores ageing: changed circumstances, changing times

Artangel‘s latest commission, a site-specific outdoor performance piece from theatre director and dramaturg Lu Kemp, explores our changing experiences of ageing, care provision, family and gender through three intimate vignettes involving an older man and young boy. Pippa Koszerek finds out more from the director.

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