a-n Artists Bursary 2020
Sarah Cole and Annis Joslin have been awarded an a-n Artist Bursary, to develop new skills in making 360 video. They have a residency at FuseBox, Wired Sussex and are seeking to develop their collaboration by creating a VR experience from their work, Messy Business.
Leap then Look Podcast
New podcast series - 'interviews with artists working at the crossroads of contemporary art and education.
Sarah Cole and Annis Joslin were interviewed by Bill Leslie and Lucy Cran for this new series of podcasts that 'aims to explore the rich and diverse contemporary practices of artists who choose to work in educational or participatory settings'. Available on Castbox: LEAP THEN LOOK
This new publication has been compiled by Maria Fukelman, for Collection Ciencias Del Arte. It includes an essay written by Dr Sally Mackay, with Sarah Cole, about NEST - a three-year project, led by Sarah, in a primary school in Basildon, made with artists, dancers and composers.
The front cover is from the Airing Cupboard, a performance element developed by Mark Storor in this promenade one-day event.
Arts in Education
New essay by Cleo Fagan, using NEST as a case- study; 'The Art of Not Knowing in Learning Environments: in praise of artist residencies in schools'
Cine-City, Brighton Film Festival - screening of Messy Business, 13.11.19 at Fabrica, 7.45pm
Throughout 2019 Sarah has been project managing The Usual with artist Mark Storor and nine BA Fine Art students from Central Saint Martins, UAL, in the small seaside town of Jaywick. Funded by Essex Council.
New work is now being planned for 2020
Last year, the students work was shown around the town on Saturday 8th June 2019. Mark Storor's work, made with local residents and photographer Stephen King, was installed on the weekend of 25 - 27 October 2019, with eight large images hung around the the exterior of Jaywick Martello Tower
Photos: Stephen King
The Light & The Load
Making Space - Fabrica - March 2019
Sarah Cole and Annis Joslin spent four days in this church space in Brighton, experimenting with images and ideas developed during Messy Business. Eight videos were installed, along with objects, drawings and audio narratives, with an audience invited to view the work and participate in an 'in conversation' with the artists at the end of the week.