It is with great pleasure that I invite you to the exhibition and related events for Primordial – part of Fringe Arts Bath. 26 May – 11th June (weekends only)
Primordial – This exhibition brings together eleven artists whose work considers how humans and other species relate to water, often from an ecological and geopolitical perspective. All the work is presented digitally, with one-off performances stirring up the programme.
Annette Arlander presents a video work entitled Tide in Kan-Tiang, Amy Sharrocks is screening Swim, All Day Breakfast present a poetic soundpiece called Changing Rooms, Clare Bryden brings Green|Blue to the screen, Kayla Parker and Stuart Moore are screening Reach and On Location, Antony Lyons presents Et in Arcadia, Jenny Wylie presents soundworks linking Bath to Baden Baden, Sarah Kelly presents a video work entitled I Write at Inappropriate Times, Sally Dean presents performance piece called In Search of Water, Melt my Heart, Numb my Hands is a performance piece by Devon Forrester Jones, and Laura Denning presents the installation Soup.
28th May 2pm – Et In Arcadia – with Antony Lyons and friends
29th May 2pm – Sound and Sensory walk/guided tour – with Laura Denning
3rd June 1pm – Amongst Species – with Laura Denning
4th June 1pm – Animal, Mineral, Digital – with Laura Denning
11th June 11am – Cleaning(Meltwater) with Devon Forrester Jones
11th June 1pm – Finale event with All Day Breakfast
I would like to thank Bath Spa University Environmental Humanities Research Centre, and Bath Spa University Public Engagement Fund for their kind assistance. Recipient of the Bath Spa University Research Centre for Environmental Humanities inaugural PhD Studentship – practice-led