25.02.15 Meeting


Here’s our latest group selfie from last week’s meeting. It may only be February but we’ve already got lots and lots planned for summer… Charlie (holding the camera) looks particularly pleased with our progress!   We also post about nice

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Muller Road


Excuse the photograph, but here’s something I snapped yesterday. The photograph was taken on my phone, and is of the underside of a bridge on Muller Road. I really enjoy the textures and colours in the photo, and the way

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Amsterdam: Cardboard or Coffeeshop?


  For two weeks now I haven’t been able to look at a discarded heap of cardboard without seeing some kind of lusus naturae piece itself together from the rubble and emerge as an animated being. Earlier this month I

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Workshop with Laura Reeves: 28.1.15

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A Poem (written in our workshop with Laura Reeves) by Rosie McLay

The colourful skins of frogs and the scales of snakes
Also reminds me of the patterns moths wings make
Seeing through our skin and seeing our bones

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Young Arnolfini Respond: Conscious Mass

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We’re doing a lot of exciting stuff, you should come, mass bonanza.

This Saturday February 7th we’re running workshops/activites in response to Willem de Rooij’s current exhibition at Arnolfini, feat. ‘Origami? Origameverybody!’, ‘Best of Brecht’, ‘Stories from the crowd’ and more! So see you there.

RSVP thorough our Facebook event here.

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21.1.15 Meeting

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Interview: Lee Mc Donald


Lee McDonald is a Plymouth based artist who uses sound and movement to make kinetic, sonic and often public sculptures out of recycled or reclaimed objects. Describing his work as quasi scientific Lee’s practice is based in experimentation and testing. I first met Lee when he turned the courtyard of Baggator Community Centre in Easton into an art installation for the 2014 Bristol Biennial.

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