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BW CART ART TEAM

HIGH TEA & RADIO VM Art Events & Public Art Works THE LACE PORTALS

at the Victorian Markets Inverness

For update info on the Public Art Works Go to: Inverness old town.

 

BW Cart (BEARWOLFCOW) are an international team of artists Nicola Atkinson, Karen Vaughan & Hanna Tuulikki. Their artworks aim to be innovative, ambitious and meaningful for the participants and the public. As a way of introducing themselves they are organising two events: High Tea & Sound works broadcast for one day in the market. The public participate and contribute to these events.

 

HIGH TEA
Friday 21 November 3 - 5pm
VICTORIAN MARKET


At the High Tea BW Cart will be sharing their recipes with the market traders, putting on a welcoming spread to which family and friends of the Victorian Market are invited.

RADIO VM
23 & 24 January 11am - 4pm
VICTORIAN MARKET

 

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RADIO VM PART ONE

 

 

RADIO VM PART TWO

Radio VM is an audio portrait of the Victorian Market. Inspiration was taken both from the history of the market and from the current traders and the users of the market. The content for Radio VM has many sources e.g. BW Cart are taking the traders musical tastes, which ranges from traditional Scottish music to Led Zeppelin and Shirley Bassey, and will broadcast them, along with requests, with in the interior of the Market. This eclectic collection will replace the usual CD that seems to have been playing everyday for as long as the traders can remember!

The three Sound Gates, which will greet people as they enter and exit will be installed at each of the markets entranceways. This aspect of the project is about movement – the physical movement from one place to another, and the psychological movement or changes that can take place once you enter into a space or environment and hear sounds or music. Are memories triggered? Are personal impressions noted?


Radio VM is the second of the two events that BW Cart have created - It reacts and reflects the way that both the public & traders relate with the creative process and has aimed to work out side of the everyday - stretching notions of interior / exterior. Reciprocal access into how the market is run, who the traders are and creative processes used by artists when undergoing a commission are vital elements to this project and the two events give a platform to facilitate this access. Collected opinions noted throughout this whole process will naturally feed back into the permanent three entrance works that will be created in spring 2009.


You will be able to experience this sound work at the Victorian Market on Jan 23 & 24 between 11am - 4pm.

Thank you to…..The Market traders and all those that participated in the Radio Event and the High Tea. Iota Inverness Old Town Art, Matt Baker, Susan Christie, Annie Marrs, Louise Mor, John, Donnie, Colin Begg, Jessica Parkinson, Jennifer Morag Henderson, Fiona Rintoul, Katherine Messruther, Mairi Sutherland and John Cavanagh.

 

The Victorian Market entrance commission is part of IOTA an artist led project to transform the old town area of Inverness.

 

 

 

 

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