Twenty artists exhibited work related to the Mapping Spectral Traces theme in the BV Gallery in Bristol. Thanks to all who made this possible.
See Mel’s blog for complete programs: http://placemappingspectraltraces.blogspot.com/
Thanks again to Iain, Mel, Chris and everyone from UWE and Bristol. A follow up list of action items is attached:
Hi allI was glad to hear some of you got to Bath and had an enjoyable day. I hope you’ve all had good journeys home. The brief piece below refers to my son Oliver and his girlfriend, who went to the big march in London to protest against the cuts. In the light of our situation on the 24th, though this might amuse you all! Teapots Against Kettling Posted @ http://lsjsn.wordpress.com/2011/03/26/teapots-against-kettling/
on March 26, 2011 By Kashmira Gander “Two NHS workers from Bristol are here today dressed as a 19th century couple. They are carrying a teapot and cup on a tray and wearing banners reading ???teapots against kettling???. The gentleman said ???we are against kettling, especially after a man was killed by police during the g20 protest. I work for the NHS so my job is in danger, that???s why we???re here today.???”
You might like to check out this from the Living Landscapes conference, which a friend has just reminded me about.
The Mapping Spectral Traces symposium organized by Professor Karen Till, was held at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA, October 12-15, 2010. Two associated exhibitions were held at Virginia Tech; shows curated by Deb Sim and Karen Till. For detailed info, see http://www.research.spia.vt.edu/events/spectral-traces/