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Critical Writing

Guest Blogger – Tom Marshman

Guest Blogger – Tom Marshman

Arnolfini have asked me to do a little blog for them about my rehearsal process. They have been kind enough to let me use the Dark Studio last week to develop my new show, We Need to Talk About Bambi.
Sailing the Black Atlantic: Ships in the artworks of Yinka Shonibare and Keith Piper

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'...
Reflections on 4 Days: Curtain Call

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.
A new piece of critical writing from Tim Etchells

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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