Two of the 2018-19 Artsadmin Artists' Bursary recipients give an insight into their practices through research sharings, artist talks, screenings and more.
Reflecting on (and deflecting from) the role of clutter, comedy and collage as tools for questioning power, I’ve made new works and future-proofed my archive.
Malik Nashad Sharpe
Thinking through maximalisation/minimalisation in choreographic form, giving melancholia its material texture and subjectivity, dancing as a humanising and future-building tool, and live ontologies of blackness.
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