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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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Salt & Silver at Tate Britain

Exhibitions Assistant Emily Amesbury discusses Tate Britain’s latest exhibition dedicated to one of the earliest forms of photography.
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4 Days - a look at April's edition

From Thursday 25 April until Sunday 28 April, Arnolfini presents the second edition of 4 Days. Curator Jamie Eastman outlines what's in store and the themes behind the forthcoming 4 Days programme.
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The EY Exhibition – Paul Klee: Making Visible at Tate

Arnolfini steward Christopher Fleming visits a new exhibition at Tate Modern spanning almost three decades in the life of the prolific Swiss/German painter Paul Klee.
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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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Spring Water and Sea Monsters (A Treatise on Baths)

As part of our current exhibition Version Control, French artists Louise Hervé and Chloé Maillet will present their new performance work Spring Water and Sea Monsters (A Treatise on Baths) on 5 April 2013 at Arnolfini. In an interview, published originally in Annual Magazine, the artists talk about their work.
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Interview with Tim Etchells

Tim Etchells speaks to us as part of Version Control.
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Interview with Giles Bailey

Giles Bailey talks to us as part of Version Control.
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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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Punky Reggae Party Playlist

Looking ahead to the closing party for Moving Targets and Jamaican Pulse with Don Letts on 11 Sept, Arnolfini’s Head of Brand and Communications, Tim Bleszynski recalls his own experiences of the Culture Clash between Punk and Reggae as a teenager in the 1970’s.