1. STILL/life ecologies of perception

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    Trust New Art Bristol is a new programme of contemporary art projects, exhibitions and collaborations in and around National Trust properties in Bristol. This video explores the first exhibition of the programme - STILL/life ecologies of perception, which opened at Tyntesfield and Leigh Woods on the 7th September. Found in intriguing locations, this diverse display includes key works from the Arts Council Collection and six new site-specific commissions by national and international artists. Artists include: Awst and Walther, Tom Bailey and Jez riley French, Justin Carter, Paul Chaney and Kenna Hernly, Marcus Coates, Peter Fraser, Mark Neville, Emily Speed, Jo Lathwood and Toby Ziegler trustnewartbristol.org Curated by: Ruth Gooding Creative Arts Programme Manager (Bristol Portfolio) Supported by: Alex Smith Assistant Collection Manager Holly Brown Creative Arts Intern Arts Council Collection: Jill Constantine, Shona Connechen, Victoria Avery, Joshua Dowson, Dave Bell National Trust: Anna Russell, Stephen Ponder, Tom Freshwater, Allan King and Tyntesfield & Leigh Woods teams Special Thanks to: Arts Volunteers: Seth Hall, Emma Cooper, Lesley Kingsley, Carol Eskell, Emma James, Kate Orchard, Tony Thornhill, Garry Wootten Filmed/edited by StickInMind: Zsófia Bundai, László Szabó

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    • STILL/life ecologies of perception

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      http://stickinmind.net/stilllife-exhibition/ Trust New Art Bristol is a new programme of contemporary art projects, exhibitions and collaborations in and around National Trust properties in Bristol. This video explores the first exhibition of the programme - STILL/life ecologies of perception, which opened at Tyntesfield and Leigh Woods on the 7th September. Found in intriguing locations, this diverse display includes key works from the Arts Council Collection and six new site-specific commissions by national and international artists. Artists include: Awst and Walther, Tom Bailey and Jez riley French, Justin Carter, Paul Chaney and Kenna Hernly, Marcus Coates, Peter Fraser, Mark Neville, Emily Speed, Jo Lathwood and Toby Ziegler www.trustnewartbristol.org Curated by: Ruth Gooding Creative Arts Programme Manager (Bristol Portfolio) Supported by: Alex Smith Assistant Collection Manager Holly Brown Creative Arts Intern Arts Council Collection: Jill Constantine, Shona Connechen, Victoria Avery, Joshua Dowson, Dave Bell National Trust: Anna Russell, Stephen Ponder, Tom Freshwater, Allan King and Tyntesfield & Leigh Woods teams Special Thanks to: Arts Volunteers: Seth Hall, Emma Cooper, Lesley Kingsley, Carol Eskell, Emma James, Kate Orchard, Tony Thornhill, Garry Wootten music: Airtone-Tokyo street

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      • Roger Hiorns, Seizure, 2008/2013

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        In 2008 Roger Hiorns, commissioned by Artangel and the Jerwood Charitable Foundation, transformed an empty council flat in Southwark, London, into a sparkling blue environment of copper sulphate crystals using 75,000 litres of liquid copper sulphate. Faced with the demolition of the social housing block in early 2011, the piece was successfully extracted from the property. Seizure was subsequently transported to YSP and is the subject of a 10-year loan agreement between the Arts Council Collection and YSP, where it is presented within a new concrete structure commissioned from Adam Khan Architects. Find out more at http://www.ysp.co.uk/exhibitions/roger-hiorns-seizure Seizure was gifted to the Arts Council Collection in 2011 by the artist, Artangel and the Jerwood Charitable Foundation through the Art Fund, with the support of The Henry Moore Foundation. Presented in collaboration with Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Open weekends and daily during school holidays. Filmmaker William Simpson. Produced by Omni Pictures

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        • Garth Evans: An Arts Council Collection exhibition selected by Richard Deacon

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          This exhibition, which presents the Arts Council Collection’s significant holdings alongside key loans from the artist and UK collections, has been selected by Garth Evans’ friend and former student, Richard Deacon and promises a fresh view of a fascinating and diverse practice during an important period of inquiry and development. Find out more at http://www.ysp.co.uk/exhibitions/garth-evans The exhibition runs at YSP's Longside Gallery until 27 May 2013.

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          • Garth Evans : An Arts Council Collection exhibition selected by Richard Deacon

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            I made this film to accompany the exhibition at Longside Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Garth Evans is one of Britain’s most prolific sculptors whose practice has largely been defined by the use of geometric, asymmetrical forms and a commitment to simple, everyday materials. Part of the generation between Anthony Caro and New British Sculpture, Evans is noted for a body of work that offers a bridge between 1960s modernism and the lyrical experimentation with a broader range of materials that followed in the late 1970s. Born in Manchester in 1934, Evans studied at the Slade School of Art (1957-60) and during the 1960s he taught in the Sculpture Department at St Martin’s School of Art where Richard Deacon studied under his direction. In 1979 Garth Evans made a radical break with the UK scene and moved to the US, since when his work has become relatively unknown here. This exhibition, which presents the Arts Council Collection’s significant holdings alongside key loans from the artist and UK collections, has been selected by his friend and former student, Richard Deacon and promises a fresh view of a fascinating and diverse practice during an important period of inquiry and development. The show also celebrates the launch of Garth Evans Sculpture: Beneath the Skin – a major new monograph on the artist and his work, published by Philip Wilson Publishers Ltd.

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            • Emmet Kierans talks about Observer Effect

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              Emmet Kierans talks about his new work Observer Effect (2012) commissioned for the Arts Council of Ireland's exhibition Into the Light, celebrating the Arts Council Collection of art works. Artist's statement What struck me seeing the scale of the collection, its passage through time, style and medium, was how, it in one sense, is a collection of physical arts ojects but, in another, represents an archive of effable thoughts and concepts, a vast collection of ideas captured in colour, form and process. I was interested in how the real power behind the collection was not in the objects but in how the objects affect the viewer. The piece I created attempts to capture how the collection causes visual perception to activate the mind, leading to infinte perspectives and understanding.

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              • Anish Kapoor Flashback

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                I was super excited to be commissioned by the Arts Council Collection for this Anish Kapoor exhibition. Here we talk with Caroline Douglas, Head of Arts Council Collection about the show, the artist and the context in which the show is displayed during its three venue tour around the country. More on http://omnipictures.com

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                • Anish Kapoor, FLASHBACK from the Arts Council Collection

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                  I interviewed Anish Kapoor at Manchester Art Gallery for this video.

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                  • British Modern Remade

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                    A short film I made about the Arts Council Collection Exhibition up at the iconic Park Hill flats in Sheffield.

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                    • John Frankland - You Cant Touch This

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                      A two week installation timelapse of John Franklands work "You Cant Touch This" being installed at Longside Gallery in the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

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