To explore interstitial spaces across the city centre of Manchester, identifying the qualities of these spaces such as their poetics, atmosphere and inherited potential. We then want to generate an installation for the writing school’s book launch
We are collaborating with the MMU Writing School’s “Like This Press - Black noise” publishing to produce an experimental event taking place in March 2017, which will launch their anthology. We are also Collaborrating with Pic. a space sharing programme where spaces and activities are combined to strengthen communities
We aim to create an installation to convey the atmosphere, emotion and hidden potential depicted in several locations around Manchester. Produced will be compositional pieces that will coincide with written pieces of literature and artwork within our collaborators anthology and exhibited for a book launch.
Location: 70 Oxford Road (Writing School)
We will ask students to record these spaces visually, such as painting, sketching, photography etc. as we aim to identify an interstitial space which could house an exhibition of these works.
Key Skills: Spatial Visualisation
Hosting an Event at the Thirsty Scholar inspired by the Situationist International.
We are meeting today CH811 at 2pm
Following discussions with The Littoral Arts Trust, we have an exciting new collaborator. Our event will now be focussed around the Merz Barn. Retaining our previous ideas about alternative architectural representation, we now intend to employ this method in producing conceptual building proposals for the Merz Barn. We are meeting with the client in early January to discuss the direction of the event further.
To explore the perception of Industry and its relationship to both Manchester and Salford. Initial topics could include Infrastructure, Music, Culture, Production and Manufacturing. During the two weeks we aim to take on the role of the Architect, the Curator and the Maker.
We will be collaborating with an independent gallery on the border between Manchester and Salford. The GK Gallery displays a variety of work from up and coming artists.
We will also be collaborating with the Manchester School of Art, taking advantage of the screen printing and photography workshops. The various facilities will be used to create pieces for an exhibition.
We will create and curate an exhibition at the GK Gallery which will be on display for two weeks with an opening event on the first night.
Photography / Film Making
Working with Mustard Tree to Up-Cycle old furniture into a new bespoke piece.
Group 19 FOREST OF BOWLAND
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