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How Long: Walk, Talk and Create

Saturday, November 5

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:

WALK, TALK AND CREATE

Saturday 5 November 2022, 1pm- 2.14pm (54 minutes)
Meet outside the Millennium Building, Union Street, Plymouth.
Free, open to all, no booking needed

A making and performative walk with Sarah Voysey, noticing the ordinary and everyday of Stonehouse. We will photograph what we see, objects we wish to collect, map where they are found. We’ll ask can objects be rearranged to create a piece of art in situ? We’ll create drawings and rubbings using crayon, graphite, of interesting textures, surfaces. We’ll write words, sentences, etc to describe our experiences/objects found. Bring along drawing materials and your camera/phone. 

Upcoming events

Thursday, February 29
box
At The Box Plymouth this winter season
Thursday, February 29
Untitled design (45)
Jonathan Glazer (Birth, Under the Skin) offers his most ambitious film yet, displacing the usual tropes of the Holocaust drama to depict the pampered life of executioners.
Thursday, February 29
Untitled design (46)
Discover how early twentieth century artists designed and cultivated their own gardens to explore contemporary utopian ideas and motifs of colour and form.
Thursday, February 29
Untitled design (14)
Experience the UK premiere of a major new multi-screen film commission by visionary artist and filmmaker John Akomfrah.

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