The word live has two meanings. It refers to existence itself -the perpetual process of growth and decay- and to the most vivid of performances – spontaneous and in the moment. This exhibition, and its associated events, bring both definitions together.
Tse Tse Fly Middle East bring performers Stereocilia, Ocean Floor & SALTINGS to #FaB18 on 2 June.
This Welsh artist, now resident in Bristol, has made a small egg-shaped shrine for an object of cultural significance, possibly.
This Massachusetts artist makes drawings that ultimately depend on close observation of nature.
Using time as a key element in her work, Diane will place her work at strategic points in the city, so that passers-by can observe the unfolding process.
This London artist creates works that allude to the lacerations and sufferings of the human body.
This artist observes, with the meticulous care that is her trade mark, the economic, social and cultural changes going on around her home and studio in rural Somerset.
Presenting Chaetonotus, an alabaster-white statue that emerges above the gravestones surrounding the chapel.
This Bath-based artists creates one of her delicate, organic, site-specific drawings directly on to glass.
“Can the decaying form have value and interest equal to, or even more than, that of the perfect bloom?”
This Corsham artist creates an almost-alive metal sculpture that appears to float in the changing light of the south-facing window.
This artist, from Brighton, uses the resilience of plants as a metaphor for the struggle of people against the forces of austerity and inequality.
One of three artists making use of the chapel windows as a context for their work.
This Cork artist uses chemical processes to make her work ariseing from exposure of light-sensitive paper to the natural elements.
This London artist enacts the decay of the material the work is made from
This Australian artist draws on natural science and extensive consultations and discussions with members of the Quandamooka aboriginal community of Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island).
This Bath painter’s energised work is also on a large scale. It is a direct expression of living in the moment.
The many and varied works of this celebrated ceramicist and sculptor are the very essence of vitality. We present some of her largescale ceramic paintings. Like all of the output of this Devon-based artist, they are vibrant, colourful and sizzling with energy
Tse Tse Fly Middle East works to highlight human rights, censorship and social issues via live experimental arts events, workshops and interventions