We work with commissioned artists to bring their work to new audiences. This includes supporting them to distribute, fundraise for and pitch their work for national and international touring.
The following artworks and projects are ready and available for touring:
Alberto Ruiz Soler and William Fairbrother’s new immersive spatial sound composition and sensory sculpture, Paso is a memorial to an extinct migration route: the chalk land bridge that once connected Britain to Europe and all the animal migrants (including three species of early humans) that crossed it before its collapse due to climate change 450,000 years ago.
Put on a pair of wireless headphones, walk barefoot across an expansive tactile floor sculpture and immerse yourself in a spatial sound composition. You will experience varying levels of temperature throughout the experience, referencing the ‘seasonal’ nature of ice ages.
‘Entrancing, mesmerising, a really sensual way of exploring history’
The Informals II
Inspired by artists Polina Medvedeva and Andreas Kühne’s interest in improvisation, non-conformity and ways of living in the digital age, The Informals II documents the lives and subcultures of Brighton, a small city on England’s South East coast, which - like many around the world - suffers from deep inequalities.
The Informals II is an improvised documentary experience that can be presented as an immersive multi-channel audiovisual installation or a live-edited documentary performance by the artists, in collaboration with the film’s talented young protagonists.
“It was a brilliant immersive experience... There should be more spaces and experiences like this."
If I Could Get To You
Amaal Said’s If I Could Get To You is an audio-visual work that uses interviews, film and photography to explore the process of knowing our personal histories and documenting our experience of them. The work explores the distances between people and places; and the idea of not being close enough to the histories we’re told.
Through the use of projections, the ghost-like figures in the family archive gain a physical presence, and the sounds of notes, diaries, recipes, and voice memos collide to turn fragments into something whole again.
An Echo For My Father
An Echo For My Father is an intimate artist film by Jamila Prowse about her relationship with her late father Russell Herman, a South African jazz musician who migrated to the UK in the 1980.
We are taken on a journey as Jamila processes the complex family history and emotions of not knowing her father, through a combination of documentary footage of Jamila making wall hangings in real time, listening to her father’s music for the first time, and re-tracing journeys they took together around her childhood home.