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Katrina Naomi - Poetry in Progress

Our Emotional Archaeology writer-in-residence Katrina Naomi shares some work-in-progress.
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A Tale in Batik

Together with his own work, Matti Braun shows in his exhibition “Gost Log” at Arnolfini (until 6 Jan 2013), two outstanding historical textiles. One of them is a Javanese altar cloth from the late 19th century with surprising motifs, such as a Little Red Riding Hood and bicycles. Textile expert Rudolf Smend wrote a text which describes his investigation about the cloth…
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Three Ecologies

Tom Trevor has written an essay, entitled Three Ecologies, for a major new monograph on the artist Lois Weinberger, published by Hatje Cantz in February 2013.
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A silent crazy jungle under glass

Roxy Brennan, Arnolfini steward, writer and musician, explores the relationship between Susanne Kriemann’s extended series of photographs titled A silent crazy jungle under glass and the book it takes its name from, The Member of the Wedding by Carson McCullers.
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Guest Blogger - Amy Self

We regularly invite you to guest blog. If you'd like to be involved please email Digital Manager suzanne.moon@arnolfini.org.uk with the subject header: GuestBlog.
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Introducing Ag Indexical & Rosas danst Rosas

Throughout March, Arnolfini presented a screening series as part of Version Control with works by some of the most important dance choreographers seen through the lens of seminal filmmakers. Kyra Norman looks at the significance of context in the way we experience and remember a work, and the activity of seeing.
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Sweet Sea Mask

A poem and a crossword puzzle: read the first blog post from our Vertigo Sea writer in residence, Cleo Lake.
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Plastic Atlantic Retentions

A second blog post from our Vertigo Sea writer in residence Cleo Lake.
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Elementals: Response to Seeds of Change: A Floating Ballast Seed Garden

Last month, students from the University of the West of England’s Fine Art course visited the Floating Garden to make a special, collaborative recording of a ritualistic performance, as part of a wider series of ritual actions performed and recorded in front of public art works in Bristol. Here the students discuss the thinking behind the project...
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Lisa May Thomas: In Residence

As part of her grassblades research and development project, dance and video artist Lisa May Thomas and her company of dancers will be in residence at Arnolfini from 2nd-9th March 2013 with Composer and Sound Designer Andy Pink.