Caraboo Projects’ second exhibition Sightings brings together six artists who are exploring themes such as shamanism, divination, witchcraft and Victorian spiritualism. The imagery and subject matter that these artists collectively move between borrows from the mystical and the everyday.
Sightings will present painting, drawing and sculpture by Laura Bygrave, Alex Crocker, Jacqui Hallum, Karolina Ptaszkowska and Ross Taylor and a new site specific work by Lucy Stein. The pieces will sit alongside objects from the artists’ personal possessions, thus creating a layering of works which through their placement and display will oscillate together to create a single voice.
There will be a programme of talks, performances and children’s workshops; please see our programme of events or follow us on social media for more details.
Sightings is supported using public funding from Arts Council England.
Saturday 17th November 2-3pm
Tour and roundtable discussion with Ross Taylor, Karolina Ptaszkowska and curator Phil Root.
Please arrive 15 mins early.
Sunday 25th November 12-4pm
Local Energies – Guided walk of Bristol with Ross Taylor, Adam Hedley and Phil Root
Let the earth take you for a walk: Join artists Ross Taylor, Adam Hedley and Phil Root as they commence a walking tour of the energy lines of Bristol, at the mercy of a brass divining rod! Starting at Caraboo and walking along Bristol’s ley lines, we will be guided to visit places of interest, along the route. We may encounter steps and uneven ground, please wear suitable clothing and footwear. You will also have a chance to make rubbings and drawings along the way (materials will be provided).
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Sunday 9th December
Workshop for adults and babies by Lucy Stein and Andrew Kerton
Performance by Lucy Stein, please follow us on Facebook for further details
Exhibiting artist Lucy Stein will host a workshop for babies alongside artist / choreographer Andrew Kerton, whose work with embryonic states will create a holistic and immersive experience.Open to adults and babies, separately and together.
B.Y.O.B (Bring Your Own Baby).
Lucy Stein is based in Cornwall and has studied at Glasgow School of Art, working primarily in painting and incorporating sculpture and video work, hosting performances at Tate St.Ives and collaborating on film with artist Shana Moulton.
Andrew Kerton is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practise has centred around performance works and includes video, writing, drawing and sculpture. He received his BA in Sculpture at Brighton University before attending de Ateliers post-graduate studio programme in Amsterdam.
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