For this week’s episode the girls went back along to the wonderful Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art and had a chat with Senior Curator Elinor Morgan about their newest exhibition, For Many Voices by Mikhail Karikis. This exhibition is a survey of Karikis’s work over the past 10 years, and it massively employs the use of sound, documentary-style video, and a community focus.
“He employs listening as a form of activism, tuning into voices that operate beyond mainstream frequencies. In the past decade, he has shifted how he works, from creating a space in which others participate in the work to one in which they become co-producers. The resulting projects highlight alternative modes of solidarity and action, while nurturing attention, dignity and tenderness. “
In this week’s episode we have a continuation of our conversation about Middlesbrough Art Weekender 2019 – this time with Rosie! She exhibited with HUN this year so she tells us about that process, some of the problems she ran into (and overcame), and what her experience of the weekender was.
In this week’s episode Alice and Amy have a chat about their experience checking out this year’s Middlesbrough Art Weekender that was on last weekend. It’s a wonderful three-day festival of art that takes over the city of Middlesbrough, and there was just so much to see!
This episode continues from last week, where we were talking about our last visit to Middlesbrough and the Creative Factory arts trail on the 24th May. Here we have a chat about the opening of The Auxiliary’s brand new space in an old converted warehouse, and the lovely Hun event, ‘The Summer One’.
For this week’s episode the girls talk about their recent visit down to Middlesbrough to check out the Creative Factory Middlesbrough art trail on the 24th May. On this wonderful evening filled with art and amazing people, Pineapple Black opened a couple of new exhibitions, ‘Training Montage’ and ‘Renounce’.
Tune in next week for a part two of this episode, where we chat about the opening of The Auxiliary and HUN’s Summer One!
For this episode, the girls popped down to Middlesbrough to have a chat with Laura Sillars, Director of the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (Mima), all about one of their current exhibitions ‘Liquid Crystal Display‘. This exhibition looks at crystals in a range of different forms, namely ‘liquid’, and the different contexts in which we as human beings interact with them on a daily basis. It was awesome having a chat with Laura and great to get some further insight into the show and how it was put together.
This week Alice and Amy talk about their trip down to Middlesbrough where they checked out ‘Major Conversations: The Industrial Narrative’ at Platform A gallery, and three new exhibition openings at Pineapple Black (‘Through Sound’, ‘Nights are Not Asleep’ & ‘Girls World’).