Monthly Archives: July 2012

Found

My friend Dawid found a photo album while exploring an abandoned house. The images contained within are in varying states of decay, thus turning previously quite banal snapshots into one of the most moving collections of unintentional art I’ve seen for ages. Images below by Dawid, original photographer unknown. See the whole set here.

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Adain Avion

I’m delighted to announce that I’ve made a film, and it will be premièred inside an aeroplane this week. Welcome to Llandudno is a celebration of a unique and fascinating seaside town, its inhabitants and its visitors. It is also all about chance, about repeatability, but perhaps more importantly it’s an invitation to discover that there’s a whole lot of stuff happening all around us, even in the most seemingly uneventful situations.

Adain Avion is a mobile art space, social sculpture and travelling time capsule, appearing in Llandudno as part of the Cultural Olympiad. Catch it on the promenade outside Venue Cymru between Monday 9 July and Saturday 14 July.

Welcome to Llandudno will be shown on the following days:
Monday 9 July: 12.00-13.30
Tuesday 10 July: 14.30-16.00
Thursday 12 July: 15.30-16.30
Friday 13 July: 15.30-16.30

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