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WE WILL

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We Will is a British Art Show 9 engagement programme created by Flock South West. We Will is an exchange of ideas between the artists in the British Art Show and the people of Plymouth. Working with a range of Plymouth communities, We Will blurs the boundary between viewer and maker, with participants working with a variety of techniques, supported by regional artists,  to produce their own work in response to BAS9

MAKING THE EVERYDAY: WILLIAM LUZ AND FAMILIES FROM BARNARDOS MULTICULTURAL STAY AND PLAY GROUP

 

For Making the Everyday William Luz invited families from Barnardos Multicultural stay and play group to make a paper patchwork square celebrating an important item from their everyday life. 

 

William assembled the squares into a giant patchwork quilt for alongside squares made during William’s October Half Term Artist Takeover sessions. The resulting work, Making Everyday Together, will be shown at The Box in November and December 2022.

Making the Everyday is inspired by the work of Katie Schwab

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RECORDING THE EVERYDAY: JODIE SAUNDERS AND OUTYOUTH, PLYMOUTH

 

Sound artist and musician Jodie Saunders spent several weeks with members of the group, thinking about the main exhibition theme of ‘imagining new futures’ and experimenting with sound and sound recording. 

 

The resulting sound collage, Spoiler Alert: Imagining New Futures is available online or by borrowing a headset from the Arts University Plymouth reception throughout November and December 2022 as part of MIRROR’s Give & Takeover programme.

Recording the Everyday was made in response to Oliver Beer's work.

ANIMATING THE EVERYDAY: CAROLINE DEEDS AND FAMILIES FROM DEVON UKRAINIAN ASSOCIATION


Film maker Caroline Deeds is working with families from the Devon Ukrainian Association using mobile phones to create Stop Motion animations inspired by Andy Holden’s work in British Art Show 9, to make short films about their everyday.

WALKING THE EVERYDAY: LORNA ROSE AND DEVON AND CORNWALL REFUGEE SERVICE USERS

 

Walking the Everyday is a series of workshops with service users from Devon and Cornwall Refugee Support (DCRS). Members of DCRS walking group and art group will be joined Printmaker Lorna Rose on a series of walks to British Art Show venues, using street printing & collage to explore the environment around them.

We Will has been commissioned for the British Art Show 9, a Hayward Touring exhibition delivered in partnership with The Box, KARST, The Arts Institute at the University of Plymouth and MIRROR at Arts University Plymouth.