Residents / "We can still see the horizon (and it’s curved)”

  • Anna McLauchlan

    "We can still see the horizon (and it’s curved)”

    I was trained as an artist, disciplined in environmental studies and hatha yoga, and now delight in geography. Supporting someone with progressive memory loss means my life forms around accommodation to slippages in memory. Experiencing memory swirling around, unhinging from structure, all prompts deep questions about what is fair, what is just. The residency enables me to confront this day-to-day reality; to grapple with the contemporary tangle of identity politics, which, whether implied or otherwise, has questions of justice as fairness at its heart.

  • Craig Pollard

    "We can still see the horizon (and it’s curved)”
    Craig Pollard is a music maker and artist based in Newcastle, UK. He is also an academic and part time lecturer, having completed a practice-led PhD about the politics of contemporary music making and creative practice in 2018. He makes music and performs under the name Competition and intermittently hosts music and art events as one half of Wild Pop. Recent releases are available through Slip Imprint and a book of collected writing is available via Glasgow’s The Grass is Green in the Fields For You.
  • Paul Abbott

    "We can still see the horizon (and it’s curved)”

    Paul Abbott is an artist and musician, working through questions and feelings connecting music and language: using real and imaginary drums, synthetic sounds, performance and writing.

    Recent performances and projects have included collaborations with Will Holder, Rian Treanor, Seymour Wright, RP Boo, Nathaniel Mackey, Ute Kanngiesser, Evie Ward, Billy Steiger, Micheal Spears and Keira Greene. Recent releases include Ductus, Palina’Tufa and 31.12.19 He was a co-editor’s of Cesura//Acceso and one of the Sound and Music “Embedded” resident artists at Cafe OTO 2016.

  • Will Holder

    "We can still see the horizon (and it’s curved)”

    Typographer Will Holder is the editor and publisher of F.R.DAVID, a journal concerned with reading and writing. He mediates and reproduces polyphonies of voices as design: bringing meaning and public access to things. His work has taken the form of oral and printed publications; and is informed by an ongoing study of song and music-making as a co-authored process, and production model for other disciplines. Holder sees conversation as means and model for production; and the role that memory plays between the printed page and the body as live, oral publication. As a self-driven study of graphic notation and collective reading processes, he has, with musician Alex Waterman initiated a series of publications, since 2012: Agapé (Miguel Abreu Gallery), Between Thought and Sound (The Kitchen, NY), The Tiger’s Mind (Sternberg), Yes, But Is It Edible?, The music of Robert Ashley for two or more voices (New Documents) and In Memoriam Mary Cecil… (Ociciwan and uh books).