Conditions for Creative Communities at Tate Exchange

Tim Etchells, 2015 Along with Kim Wide, Take A Part‘s Director, I presented at the Conditions for Creative Communities symposium in March 2017, run by Kettle’s Yard with Tate Exchange. Explore and define the core elements for collaborative projects between artists, cultural organisations and communities Are you planning a creative project with a community? Members of […]

Peer residency

In October 2016 I attended a peer to peer residency organised by the always wonderful LOW PROFILE. Alongside Sophie Hope, Barry Sykes, Ania Bas, Elizabeth Masterton and Sophie Mallett, we each led workshops which shared some of our practices’ current concerns. The above image is from Sophie Mallett’s FM radio workshop in the Lion’s Den, […]

Be Your Dog

I, along with my 18 month old labrador Obi, participated in Angela Bartram‘s DIY workshops and performance, Be Your Dog, held at KARST, Plymouth, organised by the Live Art Development Agency. In their words the performance involved: Lots of dogs, lots of humans: experiencing what it is to be the other through collaboration Be Your […]

Yes, It Really Did Happen

In October 2016 I showed new work as part of the Poor Copy project at Exeter Phoenix.  Yes, It Really Happened explores the fact and fiction surrounding pop legend Michael Jackson’s bizarre appearance at Exeter City’s football ground St James’ Park in 2002 , via a video installation (utilising archival footage recorded by Uri Geller) and a bookwork […]

Ancient Scent in Lamorna Cove, Cornwall

The group of artists, writers and ritualists that I have been working alongside as part of the Ancient Scent series of workshops, shared works in Lamorna Village hall one year since the start of the project. We were also lucky enough to have been loaned some original Colquhouns to exhibit. The private view of the […]

Sister Sister

Sister Sister Rosie King / LOW PROFILE / Beth Emily Richards / Molly Rooke / Clare Thornton Studio one, Plymouth School of Creative Arts Friday 23rd – Sunday 25th September 2016 / 10am – 4pm Sister Sister is a group exhibition presenting the work of Rosie King, Clare Thornton, LOW PROFILE, Beth Emily Richards, and […]

Social Making

Working with Take A Part, I produced the symposium Social Making: Socially Engaged Practice Now and Next, exploring two aspects of socially engaged practice; methodologies to approaching socially engaged work, and the impacts on audiences and communities it engages with. Its took place in April 2016. The aim of the symposium was to bring examples of […]

Video Social Club: Post-Everything

Still from Barry Anderson’s Road To The Sun   Video Social Club have a new call out for work, our next programme will be a part of Sea Change Festival and Plymouth Art Weekender. For full details check our website.   Video Social Club presents Post-Everything Video Social Club, an artist-led initiative, is seeking moving image […]