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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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4 Days - Project Boondock Reflection

Ahead of April’s 4 Days Project Boondock members Sarah Blissett and Rasheeda Nalumoso reflect on participation, audience/spectator relations and the collaborative artwork. Project Boondock’s in-situ ‘You Are Here’ forums considered the ranges of experiences and exchanges at Arnolfini’s January edition of 4 Days
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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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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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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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Analysis of an Analysis: The Architecture of Hope in Basim Magdy’s World

Arnolfini Volunteer Michelle Heath reflects on themes of hope, destruction and reconstruction in the work of Basim Magdy.
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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...
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Artists Over Land

The second of our #Arnolfinistory archive photos, capturing an early showing of Richard Long's work at Arnolfini
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Basim Magdy - Young People's Writing Project # 2

We invited 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. Here, Theo Watkins shares his.
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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.