This July, Spike Island welcomed Age UK Bristol members for a fun and social morning of art and creative exploration. After tours of Spike Island’s current exhibitions, Tanoa Sasraku, Terratypes, and Eric Baudelaire and Alvin Curran, When There Is No More Music to Write, participants took part in a cyanotype printing workshop with artist and Spike Island studio holder Laura Phillips.
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Laura Phillips, b.1986 Bristol, is a Sagittarius, non-smoking artist who lives and works between Bedminster, South Bristol and Southmead, North Bristol. Her work investigates the complexity of obsolescence and precarity as narrative devices. Phillips uses a mixture of photochemical processes, sounds and digital imagery and often makes work through conversation and collaboration. She makes films and plays waterphone in the audio-visual project Viridian Ensemble, who perform live improvised music and images (both digital and analogue) to produce an ethereal blend of film and noise which reimages folklore and femininity.