‘Challenge? It sounds simple!’ I hear you declare. The tricky part comes from the themes and from taking your photos in the right order. Duck, guardian, corner, shelter, pattern could be on your list and whilst you’re looking for ‘pattern’ and suddenly you’re hit by an amazing shot for ‘duck’. What to do: delete the rest, snap this picture and start again?
1 CITY, 10 HOURS, 20 THEMES, 20 PHOTOS
Saturday 30 April, meet 10am at the Circus BA1 2ET
Look, stare, observe, contemplate, goggle, discover, see Bath from a whole new angle. Do try it, you might be missing something amazing.
Have a look here for more info and to sign up!
All photomarathon photos will be exhibitied during FaB 2016, at FaB2, 94 Walcot Street BA1 5BG
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The Aftermath Dislocation Principle (ADP) is a post-riot landscape created in miniature by acclaimed artist Jimmy Cauty -- co-creator of chart-topping band The KLF and its subsequent, million pound-burning arts incarnation The K Foundation. Following The ADP's critically-acclaimed appearance at Banksy's Dismaland last summer,the installation has taken to the road, re-housed in a specially converted shipping container, which will open its doors to visitors across the country, at the sites of historic riots.
The ADP Riot Tour's visit to Bristol will see it take up residence at The Trinity Centre, opposite the Trinity Road Police Station, instrumental in The St Pauls Riot of 1980, which saw black and white youth stand up to police harassment. Far from inciting another riot, the event's organisers hope the experience will be a peaceful and thought-provoking one, with the only real disturbance being the constant chatter of miniature police radios, dotted all over the exhibit.
The exhibit launches Friday 29 April when Jimmy Cauty will be on hand to discuss the work. The ADP will be open daily until Sunday 8 May and remain on site during the Anarchist Bookfair and Trinity's Annual Garden Party, this year headlined by Daddy G.
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