Kate Radford is a multi-disciplinary artist, polymath and activist based in Hebden Bridge. On the lead up to her performance Drought at Vault Festival, we had a chat about her practice… Your work tackles themes around social change. What is your perspective on activism through art? I think art communicates to people through and beyond the walls of the world that are built around us. It connects us to our imagination, our spirit, our history, our future, in a […]
Join Miniclick in Brighton in September with Homer Sykes and Janine Wiedel as we look at the documentation of resistance.
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A new project for Miniclick, Don’t Cut Me Out is a response to the effects of government cuts in arts and education. The project will combine video, print, and collage works alongside a series of talks intended to inspire creativity within the community – to give people a voice. The first incarnation of DCMO will be at Copeland Book Market 2015. We’ll be making short videos with volunteers which will later be made into flip books to form part of a […]
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