Sophy Rickett – To The River
Rickett’s audio-visual installation aims to explore the role of the camera as the mediator between people and nature; examining how light and darkness define how we see the space around us. It takes its name from the Severn Bore – a natural phenomenon that takes place when a tidal wave runs along the River Severn during the moon’s equinox.
To The River is on show at Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 from 3 March – 22 April
The New Faces
Next week The Book Club in east London will be screening a film by Essex-born photographer Dean Chalkley. The New Faces: A Short film, documents the lives of eight young Mod whippersnappers in the 1960s; with their penchants for soul, smart dressing, partying and generally capturing zeitgeists.
The New Faces: A Short film will be shown on 9 March at The Book Club, 100-106 Leonard Street London EC2A
The New Faces: A Short film
Illustrator Helen Lang has created this lovely Musicalphabet screenprint. We like Jarvis best. Can you guess the rest?
Learn Something Every Day cards
Illustration and animation studio Young has created a range of cards from its Learn Something Every Day series of facts. The project came about inspired by, like so many good ideas, a conversation in the pub. Each image is a doodle from a fact submitted by a visitor to the consultancy’s website, and has since seen the project snapped up by Penguin books.