British Art Show 9 is opening it’s next show in Wolverhampton this month, and to coincide CAMP, a network for artists in Devon and Cornwall, is once again opening Huddle – a BAS fringe meeting place that happens through Zoom.
What is Huddle?
Each time the British Art Show is live in one of the four host cities, we open up Huddle for gatherings, these can range from presenting work or research, to virtual walks or panel discussions… pretty much anything that fits within the limitations of Zoom! This is open for anyone to attend for free, and for anyone associated with the BAS host cities to present. In the meantime you can find out more and watch the previous Huddles HERE.
5pm – Rachel Grant – What’s oil got to do with it?
This presentation will reflect on recent research on oil and art economies; the tools, effects and shaping of cultural offers within the city of Aberdeen. Including reflections on the Aberdeen edition of the BAS9 show.
5.30pm – Laura Denning
Presenting introductions to new collaborative work across a range of projects which all share a focus on water and wetness. These include Immersion with Dr. Eva McGrath (funded by the Marine Institute), Wet Ontologies with Dr. Deepta Sateesh, Wolf Flow with Dr. Helen Billinghurst, and Seeing the Invisible with Professor Martin Genner (funded by the Brigstow Institute).
6pm – Carly Seller
Presenting a performance talk about sounds and bodies.
No need to book, join the event HERE on the day.
5pm – 6.30pm
Live on zoom
Free and open to all