On Thursday the 1st of March we will be staging the first of our Rebels Days. Hosted by Winchester School of Art. Our theme for the day is: It Might Be Just a Coloured Splodge to You Mate… which will investigate ideas of appropriation, originality, style and content within contemporary practice and how these themes are […]
Thanks to VAI for inviting us to write about our book The Rebel(s) in this months Visual Artists’ News Sheet. We have written the piece in the same conversational style as the book and hopefully it explains some of the thinking behind the project. It’s out now, if you’re not in Ireland we can send […]
This weekend we launched The Rebel(s) at the Small Publisher’s Fair Conway Hall London. We had a great response to the book and to the associated artworks we displayed alongside it. On Saturday we presented an excerpt from the book as part of a programme of readings presented by John Macdowall and organised by Helen […]
You are Welcome is a 4 week participatory event at Tate Exchange, Tate Modern Thursday – Sunday 12.00 – 18.00 devised by artist Sarah Carne I was invited to curate Tate Exchange* as a space for the audience to reflect on ideas explored there during previous programming but I knew it also had to be […]
For the Enniskillen Visual Arts Open, we have designed a unique publication, the The Floating World Nature Trail. The trail takes in interesting sites around the island town of Enniskillen, during the period of the open there will be a series of temporary – and bio-degradable – artworks sited in some of the places we […]
Here’s some photos of the install of Unfolding The Archive, a new variation on the shows we had earlier in the year at The NCAD Gallery in Dublin and The FE McWilliam Gallery in Banbridge.
Here’s some great install shots by Glenn Holman of the two shows at Bank Street Arts Sheffield, first up images of the Georgian Writing Desk….
The Georgian Writing Desk 4th November – 5th December, Bank Street Arts, Sheffield Floating World are proud to be initiating The History Project for Bank Street Arts, an ongoing and mutable art installation investigating and responding to the rich history of the buildings on Bank Street and the surrounding area of Sheffield. Beginning with the […]