A mere 8 months since my solo crowdfunding effort, I find myself once again involved in such a campaign! This time though, it’s a group effort.
SCI – an arts collaborative I am a part of – are looking to raise funds for the opportunity to exhibit internationally. Reaching our goal will enable at least two members of the collaborative to travel to Athens
This is a great opportunity for SCI to develop as a collaborative, and will also gives you a fantastic opportunity to purchase some unique and handmade pieces of work: From paper drawings to etchings, and from paintings to mixed media collages, this crowdfunding campaign has something for everyone. Your contribution will also support the arts and offer the chance for a group of artists to gain new opportunities and new ways of developing their careers, which is a brilliant thing to give.
We’ve made a fantastic start – already raising a quarter of the funds we need. But we still need your help! Any contribution or promoting of the campaign would be very appriciated. And I’d like to say thank you so much to those who have already engaged with the project.
You can find more information about the project and how to donate here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/sci-platforms-project-at-art-athena-2016#/
What better way to kick of the year than three collages that extract and illustrate poetry from video game code?!
All three pieces, including the one pictured, will be on display at Unity Theatre, Liverpool, from 13th January until 14th Febrary. They will be displayed alongside the work of six other artists, all of which have responded to the theme of Patterns in Poetry. My particular work seeks to extend the experience of video gaming onto other platforms in order to attain a new and furthered understanding of it.
Do pop along to Unity Theatre while the exhibition is on, if you can! For details of performances during the exhibition period, check out the Theatre website : http://www.unitytheatreliverpool.co.uk/