Some fantastic work in this show. Amazing that it’s so popular.. Book a slot and enjoy
The Space is promoting Intense Colour Movement Today.
A collaborative work from Craig Morrison, Jobina Tinnemans, Joel Cockrill, Elizabeth Ashworth, Menna Elfyn and narrated by Steffan Rhodri..
Its a wonderful piece of art.. Check it out http://thespace.org/items/e0001gcu?t=2cd4
After a long hard slog, all of the films are now up on The Space.
The reluctant anchor, Craig Morrison, one of the curators of the festival, gives a very concise overview of blinc and its dedication to Alan Turing. Lots of interesting facts about this incredibly gifted man, who was unfortunately persecuted by the very nation that he served. If you don’t know anything about Alan Turing, then this would be a good place to start. Helen Booth, Jessica Lloyd Jones, Ant Dickinson, Wendy Dawson, Steve Knight, Sean Vicary and Jobina Tinnemans all feature in interviews along side the other artists featured in the works, including, Elizabeth Ashworth, Menna Elfyn, Steffan Rhodri & Joel Cockrill.
The Space is a wonderful platform for Art and Artists and if you haven’t yet visited The Space.. then get on over there and join in..
Thank You. By Craig Morrison and Joel Cockrill for blinc 2012.
Turing’s poetice epitaph is white neon stands proudly before Conwy Castle.
The lasers pulsing Thank you in Morse Code towards the heavens.
Well it came and went, with some spectacular work from over 50 Artists. We had Live performance from Bedwyr Williams, Rhys Trimble and Alys Hughes. All braving the freezing conditions in Conwy. The whole town being used as a gallery space worked very well, attracting over 20,000 visitors over the weekend. The BBC broadcast on national television which was a real boost for Alan Turing’s Centenary. Over all considering the scale and the sheer volume of people and content, we all think it went pretty well..
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