Saturday, 6 June 2015

the last chance

We are heading towards the end of the road.
There is only one day left to visit 'The Manifesto of the Wall' and see 
12 brilliant works by artist from all over the world
thinking about one thing: the walls

visit the exhibition at Little Southgate last day, Sunday, 10am - 4pm

Thursday, 4 June 2015

'The Stories We Tell'

A piece that is intruiging for every sense. 
Siobhán Humston created an environment between modern technology, nostalgy and nativeness.
To get the full image, you have to visit and listen to the sound of the streets
 - natural and human-made

daily 10-6 @Little Southgate

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Remembering the people inside those Walls

By drawing everybody involved in Fringe Arts Bath during the set up week Shpresa Faqi created the 'Bath-Projection'.
A remembrance of who was here, who did form what happened and - 
how did that happen?


Fred Bungay's 'Mimic' is one of the biggest and most impressive
 pieces in the show 
- as well as the one that had to be build for a whole week.
A wooden construction of aluminium foil and fabric which has the imprint of the far back wall on it.
The relief of the history of the wall.

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Yes, yes, we are open!

The Wall on the entrance is supposed to be there, can't you see it's see-trough?
Brigit Edelmann's piece 'untitled' does attract and alienate at the same time.

Monday, 1 June 2015

'hidden forces'

Working with different kinds of magnetism and other forces, that seem unfamliar or alien in comparison to a human presence, 
Annabelle Barton's work ignites playfullness on a highly abstract level.
One part of her installation at 'The Manifesto of the Wall' invites visitors to find magnets inside the walls with given metal objects 
arranging and rearranging