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As part of the Abandon Normal Devices Festival, volunteers were tattooed by one of the UK's most well-loved artists.
Known as much for his witty commentaries on the human condition as he is for being the illustrator of 'those' birthday cards, at AND festival the talented Mr. Shrigley will turn his hand to the tattooist's art. Volunteers became a living canvas for one of Britain's finest contemporary artists. Participants had the option of going up the road to make the drawing a permanent thing.
A short animation by our Ribblehead Group, in the experimental stages of our 'Time Runs Out' project (part of Leeds Canvas). The final sculpture produced by the group is on display at Thwaite Mil...
In March 2012 artist Arabel Rosillo de Blas and 20 enthusiastic local people created lace on a scale never seen before. Participants became human pins and bobbins in an active afternoon that was part ...
From AND 2009
On April 5th Castlefield Gallery has become a 'studio', 'lab' and creative centre point for three cross-platform performances by Ronald Fraser-Munroe, Michael Barnes-Wynters and Naomi Kashiwagi framed...