Steve has written about his experience with TG: p.o.w. With a background in media and architecture, her main interests lie in exploring concepts of space and atmosphere through digital means and in creating tangible environments and spatial experiences. This process is repeated six times, producing the six chapters (or Revolves) of this lavishly produced, limited-edition bookwork. Follow the link to see images of the 5 poster poems we have chosen for the game. His multidisciplinary practice includes: sculpture, book-arts, scent works, and occasional live events. The interplay between the arts and other fields of knowledge, such as philosophy and science, often inform these processes – www.samtreadaway.com. “antonio claudio carvalho, poet-historian of global art, proves himself to be a protagonist in the great debate on the current destiny of the image…” (pierre restany), Anna translated Paul Brown’s ‘cold’. p.o.w. He played Treadaway took on other professional commitments while still at drama school including Miss Marple: Sleeping Murder for ITV television, and a reading of a new play, Myrna Molloy, for Operating Theatre Company in 2006. : Simon Barraclough’s “two sun spots”, Paul Brown’s “cold”, Antonio Claudio Carvalho’s “(the) flesh of gods”, Mel Gooding’s “sextet: improvisations”, and Chrissy Williams’s “murder she wrote”. He starts as the title character James Furlong. See his translation here. He has published six collections of poetry, and been commissioned for original works of poetry, sonic art, visual art, installation and performance by the Tate, the London Sinfonietta, Electronic Voice Phenomena, Penned in the Margins, the Liverpool Biennale and Mercy. Sniff Disc references connections between the fields of perfumery and music which share common vocabulary such as ‘composing’, ‘notes’, and ‘chords’. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Do I fancy him? Fresh bread has been gifted to gallery visitors each a.m. and the project has included a free participatory bread making workshop (with a mobile wood-fired bread oven) in collaboration with B-Arts (www.b-arts.org.uk). He made his stage debut in Over There, a new play by Mark Ravenhill alongside his twin brother Luke at the Royal Court Theatre in 2009. Revolve:R, edition three (Arrow Bookworks and Intellect, December 2018) follows Revolve:R, edition one (Arrow Bookworks, 2013) and Revolve:R, edition two (Arrow Bookworks, 2015). Responds to the visual artworks of Revolve 1, https://soundcloud.com/revolve-r/revolver-edition-three-song1#t=0:00. Sam Treadaway is a British artist whose multidisciplinary practice includes sculpture, book-arts, and olfactory scent-based installations. Treadway played Roddy Llewellyn in the third series of Netflix's The Crown. Making use of existing frictions between aesthetic form and utilitarian design, he edits and re-aligns found objects, structures, and systems thus generating new outcomes. ", "The Crown season 3 recreates Princess Margaret's affair in new set pictures with Helena Bonham Carter", "Alison Pill, Harry Treadaway join Patrick Stewart's Picard show", "First Picard Trailer Boldly Brings Seven of Nine, Data Back to Star Trek", "Holliday Grainger: 'Do I get on with Tom? Sam Treadaway is a multidisciplinary artist and curator whose practice includes sculpture, book-arts and olfactory scent-based installations. Katja Knecht is an interaction designer and researcher. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. I analysed each word, nuance and metaphor; yet only occasionally did this result in a literal visual translation. Six artist filmmakers (Maria Anastassiou, Peter Hoiß, Daniel Smedley, Sophie Bullock, Alexandros Pissourios, Amy Dickson) were invited to each make a film in response and reply to one of six poems (by poets Anna Mace, Steven J Fowler, Holly Corfield-Carr, Rebecca Tantony) as well as the original artwork of each Revolve, by Sam Treadaway. Six artists working with sound and musicians (Heather McClelland, Portia Winters, Emmanuel Spinelli, The Bookshop Band, Emmanuelle Waeckerle, The Travelling Band) were invited to each compose and record a soundscape or song in reply to the visual artworks of each Revolve. Bio: Katja Knecht is an interaction designer and researcher. With a focus on experimentation, exchange and creative development the project models communications between international arts communities and transcends geographic and linguistic boundaries. , Inspired by a love of Eddie Vedder and with support from their secondary school drama teacher, the twins formed a band called Lizardsun. “The final translation in play, liminal and marginal, a translation of the revealing of the translations, will be SJ Fowler’s live writing response, taking place throughout the event – a continuous, fragmentary, aberrant flow of poetic transliteration to the speech, art, audience and environment of Translation at the Poetry Library.” An old friend of mine, Sam Treadaway, is a British artist, currently living and working in Bristol. Rise will conclude with a ‘Mead-In’ gathering, at AirSpace gallery, on Thursday 23rd of June 2016, from 7–9 pm. A short animated documentary – 30% (Women and Politics in Sierra Leone) – was selected for the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. With a focus on relational activities of exchange and collaboration, and working with locally sourced produce, ten gallons of Mead (honey wine) and over 100 loaves of bread (connected by their key alchemic ingredient of yeast) have been produced at the gallery. In making use of existing frictions between aesthetic form and utilitarian function, he edits and re-aligns found objects, structures, and systems thus generating new outcomes. (poetry / oppose / war) is inspired by the futura series edited by hansjorg mayer in the sixties. The interplay between the arts and other fields of knowledge, such as philosophy and science, often inform these processes – www.samtreadaway.com. “During my residency project titled, Rise,I have temporarily converted the gallery into a micro-brewery and artisan bakery, to explore the profoundly social role that food plays within society, as a primary source of sharing and as a manifestation of altruism. Movies. And stay up to date with our latest books and journals, new journal issues, call for papers, special announcements and much more! This process is repeated six times, producing the six chapters (or Revolves) of this lavishly produced, limited-edition bookwork.