Last week wall looked at the questions we most wanted to ask people in Bristol, centred around the idea of “how can a city change?”. We’ve decided to make a structure to transport about the city in order to stage conversations. This could be anything from a table to a moveable living room or a boat. We’re going to build towards a day when we’ll do this, moving our structure about and meeting different groups. This day of moving and talking will form the centre of the project, which we also plan to build into an exhibition. Exciting times!
This July, Synecdoche an artist collective based in Bristol, are presenting their debut exhibition at The Embassy Tea Gallery in Southwark, London. Fifty emerging artists will share their most recent works, pushing the capabilities of paint, print, ceramics, sculpture and more. The large exhibition will showcase the collective’s curious and distinctive approach to art making. The work displayed aims to blur the boundaries between fine art and craft whilst demonstrating the artists keen eye for materiality. The show runs from the 8th-13th of July with the private view from 5pm – 9.30 pm on Wednesday the 9th of July.
A very short post from me today as I have to hand my dissertation in tomorrow, so just thought I would share a very quick snap I took on my phone this morning. I was thinking it could make an interesting series, maybe something that will crop up on the blog soon?
Young Arnolfini are helping host the first of three Young People’s Festival of Ideas events happening at Arnolfini this Wednesday. For an evening full of debate, laughter and free thinking come along at 6.30pm this Wednesday, 6th November. Places are limited so book yours now – 0117 9172300
All you have to do is send a statement, CV and 5 jpegs to dazed (address in the link below) to be in with the chance of winning a prestigious award and a substantial amount of cash…
My take on the rough with the smooth.