LOCKLEAZE Light PROJECT
Selected by a panel of residents, visual artists have been selected to develop new public art works in Lockleaze.
1) 'Peephole' uses a series of reclaimed doors, configured to create a colourful structure that represents home. Shafts of light will shine from the inside out through the gaps around the doors resembling a house at night. Savinder Bual & Elena Blanco
2) Exploring how the act of making together could become a microcosm of civic life. Tom is developing a process by which he can co-assemble a temporary light pavilion for the neighbourhood, which will be both a social place and an artwork concerned with shelter and belonging. Tom McDonagh
Commissioned by Bristol City Council Art and Events Team and produced by Trigger. Supported by The Hub
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Speedwell, by still moving
Working with Devon based visual artists Still Moving, to create a large scale light installation out on the Plymouth breakwater. To celebrate MayFlower 400 in 2020. Watch this space!
Supported by Plymouth Culture as part of the Mayflower 400 programme
Supremely talented, Paper Cinema are an extraordinary internationally touring theatre company. They make special cinematic experiences for the audience, by transforming the audio and visual spaces into a dreamlike world.
Trigger are working together with Battersea Arts Centre to produce their work.
Supported by Arts Council England
Flying work, by trigger
An incredible work of scale due to launch as part of Mayflower 400 in Plymouth. Conceived by Angie Bual and created by Mervyn Millar, Carl Robertshaw and Russell Beck Studios.
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'Absolutely Incredible' Pat Connor, Head of BBC South West
Supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation, Without Walls, Arts Council England and Reach Robotics
Previous Projects (selected)
Empath, by splash and ripple
7 - 16 December 2018
Empath is an audio augmented reality experience where the drama is in the player's head, controlled by decisions they make in the real world like where to walk or who to call. Created with historians, immigrants and migrants as well as psychologists and neurologists to consider how we might develop a sympathetic experience.
Book tickets via Watershed.
Created by Splash and Ripple in partnership with UWE. Funded by AHRC
South west creative techNology network
SWCTN is a digital strategy that will pour £6.5 million of investment into the South West over the next 3 years.
Watershed, Kaleider, UWE, Falmouth University, Bath Spa, Plymouth University. Funded by Research England
Visit was a programme of bespoke performances which traveled to people who find it difficult to get out and about.
Commissioned artists: Josie Long, Gary McNair, Molly Taylor, Tam Dean Burn, Wounded Knee
Partners: Alzheimers Scotland, ECAS Edinburgh, Glasgow Housing Association, MS Support and Enable Scotland. Funded by Creative Scotland.
How to Choose?
Written and performed Davey Anderson and Gary McNair.
In the run up to the independence referendum 2014, Gary McNair and Davey Anderson looked a little deeper into the question of how we choose. Can we ever know what the right decision is?
Funded by Creative Scotland
Festival Detours was a series of intimate live performances in Edinburgh’s leading galleries. Each year we invited performers to respond to their favourite artworks featured in the EAF programme. Performers included Simon Munnery, Joe Dunthorne, Frightened Rabbit Inua Ellams, Gary McNair and Nic Green.
Festival Detours was commissioned by Edinburgh Art Festival