Plymouth Art Weekender 2018
Open Workshop, 11.00-12.30: Exploring the philosophy of materialism across time via the two texts relating to the performance – De Rerum Natura (‘On the Nature of Things’, Lucretius, c. 99BC – 55BC) and Kairós, Alma Venus, Multitudo (Negri, 1999). We will be exploring the ideas behind the texts, as well as developing experimental live readings.
Open Workshop, 2-3.30: Exploring the texts through an experimental approach to sound and music.&nbs...
Learn the technique of mono printing with Mayada Watts, using silk screens, inks & a variety of papers & cottons. Full workshop £45, please book via Eventbrite by clicking here.
We're very excited to welcome visitors across Plymouth Art Weekender 2018 into our residents' studios. This is your chance to explore our wonderful Grade-I listed building and meet our brilliant makers.
Come and explore, 10am-4pm each day.
'Deluge' is a multi-partnered interdisciplinary research project and exhibition that explores the consequences of 'a deluge of globalisation' by alluding to global contexts through a local lens. Globalisation and urbanisation are drivers of climate change. For the collaboration and exhibition with Fotonow in Plymouth, Ingham focuses on coal, copper, and the sea as interconnected objects that were instrumental in leading to global industrialisation as we know it today.