Confessing … Photo by Muen Photography
The Larks and Ravens will be occupying the Tobacco Factory in Bristol for two weeks in September creating playful spaces and employing spectres, inviting us to explore perspectives, myths and questions around Climate Change. Who do we listen to? Who is writing the story? How do contexts change our behaviour and who are we in this changing world?
Larks and Ravens is an artist group consisting of two visual artists and a psychologist. They see Climate Change as a creative force which is challenging and reconfiguring all aspects of our lives – our identities, politics, culture, values and economics and the myths, meanings and stories we live by. Their process is to create different physical and symbolic contexts which allow us to glimpse how strange and crazy the world and provoke conversation.
The Exhibition hopes to trigger new conversations and different ways of thinking, culminating on the evening of Thursday 24th September 6:30-8pm with a ‘Speed dating with Spectres’ event which is open to all and offers the chance to take conversations further.
Photo by Muen Photography
The Space Exploration Exhibition runs on weekdays only from Monday 14th September to Thursday 24th September at the Tobacco Factory Raleigh Rd, Bristol, BS3 1TF