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A new piece of critical writing from Tim Etchells

With the publication of each quarterly brochure are including a new piece of critical writing. For our current brochure we invited the artist and writer, Tim Etchells, to respond to the idea of ‘Performance Now’.
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Lizzie Lloyd - Writing in residence

Following the completion of her Art From Elsewhere writer's residency, Lizzie Lloyd, tells us a bit about the work she developed.
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Notes from the road: an epic and enchanting excursion through the films of Basim Magdy

Thoughts from film critic and broadcaster Tara Judah on a selection of short films by Basim Magdy to be screened in a special presentation at Arnolfini.
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SALON: FICTIONS AND ETHNOMUSICOLOGY

An afternoon’s informal salon on the theme of fiction and ethnomusicology consisting of talks by four guest speakers and a round-table discussion, interleaved with listenings, and readings from a diverse collection of texts.
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'Well, Carl and Robert weren't prepared...'

Read an extract from Chloe Cooper's audio walk From Here to There… And Back Again. The walk begins with a fictional conversation between the artists Carl Andre and Robert Smithson as they find themselves ‘elsewhere’.
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Basim Magdy - Young People's Writing Project

We asked 16-25 year olds for a creative written responses to Basim Magdy's exhibition, and the idea of the city of Bristol in the future. Su Fahy took up the brief.
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Just where are we exactly when we consider the dynamics of power in the field of contemporary art?

Ahead of our international conference, How Global?, read an extract of MHKA curator Nav Haq's essay 'The Invisible and the Visible. Identity Politics and the Economy of Reproduction in Art'...
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Reflections on 4 Days: Curtain Call

During 4 Days: Curtain Call we invited two emerging writers to respond to the programme; Rosemary Wagg and Kate Kelsall (part of IBT13 emerging writers programme) were inspired to create their own performative texts. Through Forest Fringe’s Paper Stages we also welcomed audience members to exchange their critical responses for a unique book of performance. Here we present to you their collected experiences of 4 Days: Curtain Call.
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Sailing the Black Atlantic: Ships in the artworks of Yinka Shonibare and Keith Piper

As we near the end of the Seeds of Change: A Floating Ballast Seed Garden autumn programme we hear from art historian, Elizabeth Robles, from the University of Bristol who recently led a tour of the garden. Robles used some of the ideas from the project, in particular shipping and migration, to explore the role ships play in the works of two very different contemporary artists, Yinka Shonibare and Keith Piper. She was especially interested in the concept of trans-Atlantic exchange in the cycles of the 'Black Atlantic'...
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Arnolfini & the History of Public Art

This week, Historic England launches a new exhibition celebrating public art in post-war Britain. Among the displays are photographs, plans and catalogues documenting two exhibitions created by Arnolfini’s first Director, Jeremy Rees. Here's Bristol’s City Archivist Julian Warren on why they matter...