Archive for tag: china

  Thomas Sauvin, the mind behind Beijing Silvermine, will be speaking at our day-symposium ACTIVATING THE ARCHIVE: Contemporary Uses of Visual Archives held at Arnolfini alongside Thomas Sauvin, Amak Mahmoodian, Charbel Saad, Vicki Bennett, Francesca Seravalle and guest contributor Kensuke Koike on the May 5th 2018. This event is supported by Arts Council of England and co-presented with Arnolfini. Early bird tickets are still available, limited capacity. BOOK TICKETS HERE  https://goo.gl/5ejZey   1. What has led to your involvement with archive material? During ...

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A Trading Journey Exhibition by Alejandro Acin From 12th to 22nd of November Open 10am to 5pm Hosted in a shipping container outside M Shed Museum Cafe   What can you see if you go looking around the streets and markets of one of the world’s major ports, and how would you perceive them after working on digitising a vast archive of historical photographs of that same city? The port is Bristol’s twin city Guangzhou – Canton – the south China conurbation ...

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