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Exhibition Tour: Andrea Luka Zimmerman, Common GroundLed by Melissa Mean


Saturday 13 May 2017, 2–3pm


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Melissa Mean, Head of Arts at Knowle West Media Centre (KWMC), Bristol, talks about the work in Common Ground in relation to KWMC’s citizen-led housing project We can make … homes.

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Andrea Luka Zimmerman

Andrea Luka Zimmerman is an artist, cultural activist and filmmaker. She grew up on a large council estate in Munich and left school at 16. After moving to London in 1991, she studied at Central St. Martins. She is a co-founder of the artists' collectives Fugitive Images and Vision Machine. Her collaborative feature drama Cycle (forthcoming) with Adrian Jackson (Cardboard Citizens) was the winner of the Artangel Open Award 2014. Her forthcoming artists feature documentary Erase and Forget (2017, 90min) premiered at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival. 

Melissa Mean

Melissa Mean manages the Arts Programme at KWMC, which includes developing exhibitions, installations and artist residencies. Her work includes producing a wide range of digital, photographic and film projects, and exploring the role that the arts can play in business development, social action and regeneration.