Attached

In 2014 Art Shell curated a show as part of Fringe Arts Bath, which saw eight artists considered attachment method as a subject to respond to.  Attachment method is usually something that artists spend time trying to make neat and invisible, however for the show this formed the focus of their work. The artists looked at the street as a vehicle for attaching work and made work that interacted with the space.  The work or it’s residue was visible for the duration of the festival.

Banfield & Rees / Jenny Cashmore / Matt Clarke / Gillian Davies / Robert Foster /

Rosie Leventon / Mike Murray / Citizen Skwith

fRINGE Arts Bath

23rd May-8th June 2014

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