WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT THE WORK OF THE IN BETWEEN TIME SUMMIT’S CREATIVE EXCHANGE LAB ARTISTS
Our first Creative Exchange Lab took place on 8-13 October 2019 during the In Between Time Summit.
13 exceptional UK artists who work in urgent, underrepresented or politicised territories were selected from a national open call.
This powerful cohort gathered in the Arts Mansion in Bristol creating artworks and provocations through workshops led by the Summit’s international artists Kameelah Rasheed, Dorothee Munyanazaand Cigdem Aydemir.
Mentored by curator and researcher Cecilia Wee, each artist created a single, incredible performance image in collaboration with photographer Manuel Vason.
The experience at the Creative Exchange Lab was really wonderful. I will keep a beautiful memory of this moment in Bristol. All work with Dorothée, Cecilia and Manuel was powerful, deep and transformative. I feel renewed. Rubiane Maia, Creative Exchange Lab Artist
Images from top left to bottom right: Asmaa Jama, Rubiane Maia, Joseph Funnell, Kelvin Atmadibrata, Tania Camara, Julene Robinson, Chisara Agor, Muneera Pilgrim, Charneh Watson, Folake Shoga, Channie B, Anika Deb, Diwas Dewan - Creative Exchange Lab 2019, In Between Time © Manuel Vason
Meet the artists
Created with investment from University of the West of England and Diverse Actions, a Live Art UK initiative which champions culturally diverse artists (BAME: Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic/ artists of Colour) ambition, excellence and talent in Live Art. Diverse Actions builds on Live Art’s vital role as a practice of artistic innovation and a space to express complex ideas of cultural identity.
Banner image: Muneera Pilgrim, Creative Exchange Lab 2019, In Between Time © Manuel Vason
The Summit: Full Programme
The In Between Time Summit was our first three-day gathering of art, activism and conversation.
Creative Exchange Lab Presentations/ Provocations
Creative Exchange Lab Mentor Cecilia Wee writes
How are different voices involved in both defining and creating better futures?…