ARTSADMIN IN 2013
A quick update of what Artsadmin has been up to this year including (amongst other things) dancing through the streets of Derry, our Two Degrees festival, remaking an award winning Station House Opera performance, putting feminist icons on Nailwraps, a weekend in Brightlingsea and East End Bingo in the Olympic Park.
Two Degrees 2013
A short film from Artsadmin's Two Degrees festival, a week long season of work focussing on climate, consumerism and community.
Out of Water
Filmed excerpts from live performances of Out of Water by Helen Paris and Caroline Wright with music composed by Jocelyn Pook.
Out of Water was performed at 8am on Holkham Beach, Norfolk from 25th to 27th August as part of the London 2012 Festival. The artists worked with singers and swimmers from the local area to make the performance.
Out of Water is a Live Art Collective East commission supported using public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Escalator Live Art, Norfolk County Council and the Women Make Music scheme through the PRS For Music Foundation. Produced by Artsadmin.
Artsadmin Summer Project 2010-2012.mov
The Skin of My Teeth - a three year reflection
From 2010 -- 2012 Artsadmin commissioned Mark Storor to create a triptych of work that would set up a space and an offer for young and emerging artists to kick start or develop a performance practice.
Over the three years Artsadmin have supported those involved in the Summer Project and worked with film maker Chris Keenan to share the processes and ideas that took place during these special August months.
Artsadmin in 2012
A snapshot of our projects in 2012. We've worked on a beach in Holkham, on London monuments, in a Cambridge Café, on the streets of Helsinki, in a park in Wandsworth and under the canopy of Spaghetti Junction, as well as in galleries and theatres around the world.
Edited by James Leadbitter
Music 'Valley of Paradise' - Psychemagik https://soundcloud.com/psychemagik
'Out of Water' - Jocelyn Pook
Artsadmin Weekenders: Richard DeDomenici
On 1 & 2 December Richard DeDomenici will lead an Artsadmin Weekender at Toynbee Studios. It will be a weekend of auto didactic self sabotage where risks will be calculated and failure will be embraced wholeheartedly.
It's time to take Art to the next illogical step, time to confuse the world into submission. It's futurology. It's revolution through obfuscation. This weekend you will change the world... If only a teeny bit.
More info / book your place: http://www.artsadmin.co.uk/events/3232
Plunge, by Michael Pinsky, imagines a time 1000 years in the future when the effects of runaway climate change have completely transformed the London we know today.
See more at http://www.plungelondon.com
Created by Michael Pinsky and produced by Artsadmin and LIFT as part of the Imagine 2020 network programme. Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, the European Culture Programme, Trust Greenbelt, WWF-UK and the Big Give. In partnership with Royal Parks, Seven Dials Trust and Paternoster Square Management Limited.
Artsadmin's Bursary scheme
A short film about Artsadmin's Artist Bursary Scheme, featuring Zineb Sedira, Harminder Judge and Stacy Makishi.
∆E=W by Emma Smith at Tate Modern
Shot and edited by Hydar Dewachi this video taken from the debut performance of Emma Smith's game ∆E=W, performed at Tate Modern in the Energy and Processes gallery on 3 December 2011. ∆E=W (Change + Energy = The Work) is an ongoing project that Emma has been working on with support from an Artsadmin Bursary, and is developed from a series of experiments involving touch, the gaze and spatial harmonics.
Plunge Paternoster Square Voxpops
The Plunge team headed down to Paternoster Square and the Occupy London Camp to open up the debate and discussion on issues raised through Plunge. Next week we will be at 7 dials - message us, get in touch and make yourself heard!
Michael Pinsky on Plunge
Time lapse footage of the installation of Plunge on the Duke of York Column on Sunday 5th February.
Plunge, by Michael Pinsky, is an artist's imagining of a time, 1000 years in the future, when the effects of runaway climate change have completely changed the London we know today.
Plunge is lighting up 3 columns in London: Duke of York column, Seven Dials Sundial Pillar and Paternoster Square column, until the 4th March.
Filmed and edited by Kristian Buus
Artist and voice: Michael Pinsky
Plunge has been created by Michael Pinsky and produced by Artsadmin and LIFT as part of the Imagine 2020 network programme. Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, the European Culture Programme, Trust Greenbelt, WWF-UK and the Big Give. In partnership with Royal Parks, Seven Dials Trust and Paternoster Square Management Limited.