In 2012 Gill Robertson, an established director of a successful theatre company in Scotland wanted to reflect and respond to where she was in her life and practice and how she was going to move forward. Gill took part in the Summer Project, read her response to taking part in The Skin Of My Teeth.
In 2012 we worked on a beach in Holkham, on London monuments, in a Cambridge Café, on the streets of Helsinki, in a park in Wandsworth and under the canopy of Spaghetti Junction, as well as in galleries and theatres around the world... more
An extract from the CAUTION publication - written by lead artist and curator Sinéad O’Donnell, where the artist introduces the beginnings of the project. This book and DVD gives an insight into the creative journey experienced during CAUTION with the participating artists... more
What Matters, sitting somewhere between a choreographed exhibition and an exhibited choreography launches tonight at Siobhan Davies Studios. The Curators, Lucy Cash and Becky Edmunds introduce the connections and questions that influence the festival.
Cat Harrison attended the State of the Arts 2012 conference in Salford on an artists bursary, read her blow by blow account of the mind-bogglingly day and the pros and cons of holding a mass-meeting of the arts sector... more