Experimenting with collaboration and process in the creation of an exhibition.
Over four consecutive days Jefferies and Higginson will investigate the nature of collaborative practice, recording their working process as it unfolds, working towards ideas for a new installation. They will re-present past work - utilising film, projections and objects exploring the relationship between architectural scale, modes of display and interior and exterior space.
Marcus Jefferies and Colin Higginson have been collaborating on a regular basis since 2011. Their work explores the relationship between architecture and memory through the production of sculpture, photography and installation. Their working process often begins with the transformation of an archive image into an immersive, interactive environment – creating new narratives through reimagining the recent past.
Recent exhibitions include: Phase 3, Test Space, Spike Island (2016); Art Weekender – Bristol and Bath (2015); Perpetual City, commissioned by Spike Island for Spike Open (2013), The Metropolis of Tomorrow, part of Sub Woofer, Ancient and Modern, Spike Island (2012), Hand Luggage, Highbury Studios at Baltic 39 (2012).