Tag: artist led activity
LOCAL is a new badge-work by Plymouth-based artists LOW PROFILE.
During Plymouth Art Weekender 2017, LOW PROFILE will be selling ‘LOCAL’ badges (@ £5 each) via a network of specially recruited artists who are ‘local’ to Plymouth (who live/work in, or near the city).
Jamboree is a new residential workshop format developed by LOW PROFILE which aims to foster a peer network of artists who are invested in each other’s practices, providing useful…
Following on from the success of D.I.Y (Do.It.Yourself), a publication about DIY theatre and performance (2014), LOW PROFILE were invited by editor Robert Daniels to share insights on DIY arts practice and projects.
LOW PROFILE set about a painstaking re-tracing (from memory) of all the connections we had made with artists, makers, venues, institutions, curators and producers since starting to work together. Published In Robert Daniels (ed) (2014) D.I.Y (Do.It.Yourself)…
Picture in the Paper was a participatory project exploring and celebrating group identity and temporary allegiances (2014-2015). Commissioned by ICIA (Bath) & supported by Arts Council England…
As part of the artist-driven programme of events ‘Come to Ours’ (2011), artists LOW PROFILE were commissioned to produce a new badge series celebrating and interrogating their relationship to Plymouth.
Come to Ours was a programme of activity and events that celebrated and showcased the work of both emerging and established artists and curators. Co-founded and co-delivered by LOW PROFILE.
A self-initiated residency by LOW PROFILE and Hunt & Darton on a wooded campsite in Devon.
LOW PROFILE were part of the 40-strong collective of UK artists formed through Ellie Harrison’s Artists’ Lottery Syndicate – playing The National Lottery as a way to reconsider and question alternatives to arts funding in the UK.
DXDX is an artist run studio space on Regent Street, Plymouth, UK. LOW PROFILE were founder members of the studio group in March 2010, alongside Scott Daniels, Tim Dickinson, Andrew…
Developed for DIY 6 (the Live Art Development Agency’s DIY workshop programme) this workshop provided artists with the opportunity to realise the potential of the ‘stuff’ that is leftover from the artistic process of making.
PL:ay was an ambitious one-day festival in various locations throughout Plymouth city centre – showcasing live art, video, photography and installation, to over 3500 people for free. (July 2007) Co-founded and delivered by LOW PROFILE