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How Long: Huddle – Desire Lines

Friday, November 11

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Exhibition and events by CAMP artists

Preview Friday 4 November 2022, 5pm-7pm
Continues 5 – 12 November 2022, 12noon-6pm (3000 minutes)

At Vacancy Atlas, 107 Cornwall Street, Plymouth

CAMP artists present an eclectic exhibition of wall based and moving image work.

We’ve timed ‘HOW LONG’ to take place during the British Art Show in Plymouth. A kind of ‘fringe’ event, though we’re not sure we like the term ‘fringe’. So if you’re coming along to ‘HOW LONG’ make sure you leave enough time to visit the British Art Show.

HOW LONG is an exhibition and programme of events loosely held together around the theme of time. CAMP members were invited to submit a wall based work for the exhibition, and detail how long it took them to make it. And alongside the 2d work we’ll be screening the ‘One Minute Film Festival’ – a series of over 40 one minute films by CAMP artists.

As well as the exhibition, there is a series of events and workshops:

ONLINE: HUDDLE – DESIRE LINES

Friday 11 November 2022, 6.30pm on Zoom
>> Click here for full details and the zoom link

In this panel discussion CAMP will be joined by PROFORMA in Manchester, Begehungen Festival in Germany and SODAS 2123 cultural centre in Lithuania to present a Huddle on the 1st anniversary of their DESIRE LINES project.  

Upcoming events

Wednesday, July 17
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Bringing together four distinct painters – Bernadette Kerrigan, Chris Martin, Daniel Pettitt, and EJ Hauser – Everything That Happens Will Happen Today explores the formal and informal ways each of them make sense of the world through paint.
Saturday, July 20
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Hettie Judah, writer and exhibition curator, shares insights from her research for her book, Acts of Creation: On Art and Motherhood which explores the joys, messes, myths and mishaps of parenting through visual culture.
Wednesday, July 24
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Take a deeper lunchtime look into ‘The Time is Always Now: Artists Reframe the Black Figure’.
Saturday, July 27
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Come and immerse yourselves in an exhibition that explores pivotal moments in Plymouth’s past and present relationship with the sea.

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