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How do you unthink/rethink cultural structures which shape what we do and who has the power? The day started with 3 artists, a large floor and a very large sheet of black card.
“Earning” a Living….
Those leaves again
So when down at Dartington Hall spending time ‘Hothousing’ what non-capitalism might look like, I was interested in working on the Tiltyard, a pristine area of grass visible from most of the surrounding paths. A place of exposure, any activity … Continue reading
When ‘tasting the change’ what can be learned from autumn leaves
Spring and Fall to a young child Márgarét, áre you gríeving Over Goldengrove unleaving? Leáves like the things of man, you With your fresh thoughts care for, can you? Ah! ás the heart grows older It will come to … Continue reading
Unasked Possibility Event Bristol
Join artist group Larks and Ravens to explore what non-capitalism might look like. Date and Time Tue, 19 November 2019 11:00 – 12:00 GMT Add to Calendar Location Centrespace 6 Leonard Lane Bristol BS1 1EA View Map
Where images come from and go to
So we worked together to explore a representation of ourselves, one to offer by way of introduction. Our materials were paper, card and tape, So why did I want to create a trumpet as mask? To get the mouthpiece to … Continue reading
Behaving non capitalistically…….
What ARE you doing?
Doing is nearly always rewarding but uncomfortable when someone asks you “what you are doing?” and you simply have no rational answer.
Dream chasing in Ynysowen
In the pouring rain….. Photo by Mike Erskine
The oddity of brains
“Dreaming is simply thinking in a different biochemical state” bit like art in my experience…
Seduced by tokens
Searching for understanding about value we made a mistake. Just like any other animal we were seduced by the shiny stuff, coins. Paying attention How many times do we use this phrase? The value is there in paying attention
What’s the Exchange Rate?
Yesterday, the Larks and Ravens visited The Royal Mint where UK money is made. It left us with more questions than answers in our attempt to unravel value.. The “friendly entrance” to the Visitor Centre suggests someone’s keen to protect … Continue reading
Day 6 – Whitewashing the marks
When the marks on the wall have all gone, what marks remain? We come away from the 6 weeks marked – marked by what we’ve drawn, by what others have drawn and the conversations and contributions exchanged. Thank you Newport … Continue reading