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Co – pop – eration! and other made up words! Scott Daniels talks interaction to Abi Donkin

Scott Daniels is having his first solo show at Plymouth College of Art. Called Co.Lab, it aims to interact with its audience. Ali Donkin spoke to Scott about the development and inspirations behind Co.Lab.

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Plymouth artist Scott Daniels asks audience to ‘create and destroy’ as part of Co.Lab exhibition at Plymouth College of Art

Visitors to Plymouth College of Art’s View Point Gallery are invited to take part in an interactive artwork this month as part of a the Co.Lab, Plymouth artist Scott Daniels‘ first solo show.

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Review: Lucy and Jorge Orta’s 70 x 7 The Meal Act XXXI, Plymouth

Since 2000, Lucy and Jorge Orta’s 70 x 7 The Meal has taken place in towns and cities in Europe and the USA. The 31st happened to be in Plymouth on Halloween – running alongside the Ortas’ exhibitions at Plymouth Arts Centre (PAC) and Plymouth College of Art (PCA).

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Scott Daniels’ solo Co.Lab exhibition at Plymouth College of Art promises to be both interactive and ‘collaborative’

It comes to something when you ask the audience to ‘finish’ a piece of work, but then again, they could equally destroy it. That’s what you get when you call for audience participation, and it’s exactly what Scott Daniels‘ exhibition Co.Lab at the Viewpoint Gallery, Plymouth College of Art, from Monday, November 9 to Saturday, December 5 is all about.

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Damnable Suggestions of Rhythmical Throbbing: Dan Sidey reviews Wilbur Whateley / Psychopomps by Neil Rose

Neil Rose, sonic artist and lecturer at Plymouth College of Art, has developed a double A side concept album – his first, and something of a departure for him – titled Wilbour Whatley / Psychompomps, inspired by the writings of HP Lovecraft.

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Upcycling at Plymouth Arts Centre – creative control of identity (plus recycling)

Recycling? That’s so last year, darling. Upcycling is where it’s at. Not heard of it? Well, it was first coined by authors William McDonough and Michael Braungart in their book: Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things and promises a way of improving, instead of simply recycling, an item that has reached the end of its first life.

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Ellie Harrison’s London launch of Confessions of a Recovering Data Collector, published by Plymouth College of Art Press

Artist Ellie Harrison is having a London launch of her Plymouth College of Art published book Confessions of a Recovering Data Collector, which charts her former practice of keeping a record on pretty much everything she did, or as Ellie says, “it’s the first publication dedicated to my former ‘data collecting’ practice”  at Space Studios, London, on Thursday, October 8, at 7pm.

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Jackets, sleeping bags and changing the world. Heather Smith reviews the Lucy Orta exhibition in Plymouth

OK. I’ll admit it. When I first entered the Viewpoint Gallery at Plymouth College of Art on Tuesday, September 29, I laughed.

A silver dome-tent sprouting six multicoloured sleeping bags was positioned in the middle of the floor. A series of interconnected jackets and sleeping bags sporting dangling, tentacle-like orange gauntlets was hanging from the ceiling. The exhibits looked as though they belonged on a space station. I was intrigued.

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