We organised a crit with Silver Vine Artists & Residency volunteers to discuss our projects- so much will change and develop over the weeks ahead!
Really really good to discuss our work - so so helpful- think i got somtehing from each discustion about each other work ! Fascinating how our approach to each space and each nook and mark- the space is just too inspiring- seriously!
-Thinking about seperate meals
- other comunity settings to discuss things
- moving studios nearer to the space
- be and play in the space more
- sound effecting other sounds
- the recordings flipping about to be in tge space then else where centralising visitors and playing with imagination
- different changing show in 10 days
- when community projects be come to business orientated due to funding body's
- creating the personal story s and political
- look at using areas of the film from 70s my dad was involved with and transferring an image on to wall tgat works in the space
- the layers tgat make up a community project and what the bennifit as when seen as a film - creation of music, group work, art, animation, etc etc anddocument of something from our past
- how I can see my dad influence in a film made before I was born - is it interesting athletically because it's a worn film with speakless or because it's personal?
- table no table?
- have just the sound of the meal I record (showed a practice pice made last night using zoom recorder and invited guests magic teapot and Dave frame)
- making meal last longer so people get using to recorder
- why did recoding sound better in a bag?
Leila Houston (London, 1977) is a visual artist whose work investigates the social, political and historical aspects of a place.