Spike Island

Behind the Scenes Studio VisitsCarol Laidler and Pat Jamieson


Saturday 19 November 2016, 2–3pm


Free, booking advised

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Behind the Scenes Studio Visits

Carol Laidler and Pat Jamieson use landscape as a frame for a series of text-based interventions. They introduce their ongoing residency with alldaybreakfast at Glenside Hospital Museum and perform and discuss their latest work — Flight

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Behind the Scenes Studio Visits

Chat with artists based at Spike Island, explore their studios and view works-in-progress during these informal encounters. Each artist gives a brief introduction to their practice followed by an opportunity for questions and discussion.

Carol Laidler

Carol Laidler explores the connections in place and narrative through walking, writing, photography and installation and looks at how content and context impact upon each other to produce meaning. Her process is collaborative, one of engagement and intervention with place and audience.

Since graduating with an MFA from UWE in 2013, she has been working with alldaybreakfast, who are recipients of the Bristol Creative Seed Fund (2016) and a GfA-funded residency at Glenside Hospital Museum (2016–2017).

Recent exhibitions with alldaybreakfast include: Unlocked, The Vestibules, Bristol City Hall (2017); The Time Machine, happening/durational installation at Fringe Arts Bath (2016); Concrete Evidence, installation/performance at Plymouth Art Weekender (2015).

Recent collaborative works with Pat Jamieson include: Flight, walk and performance talk at Language, Landscape and the Sublime conference, Dartington Hall (2016); Beached, installation at Dawlish Warren (2016); Every Few Hours Someone Cries, at Glenside Hospital Museum (2016); Waterline, installation, walk and performance talk for Royal Geographic Society Conference, Exeter (2015).