What is your Palace, your Cabin?

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Palaces & Cabins is a project instigated by OSR Projects for Salisbury Art Centre (SAC), bringing together a number of artists, curators and cultural producers to work as a collaborative group. It explores the intersection of public/private space with a focus on the architecture that stands between us, and brings us together.

As part of the project, the group are looking for your personal interpretation of a Palace or Cabin. This could be an existing building (ie. house, shed, castle, workplace, school etc.) or an imagined structure. Images submitted will be used by the group to produce ceramic model versions in SAC’s Pottery Studio, which will be displayed as part of a public exhibition at SAC from 11 April – 18 May 2014. Everybody who submits an image will receive a free copy of the Palaces & Cabins publication.

To get involved, please email the following to visualart@salisburyarts.co.uk by 5pm, 28th March 2014.

-Up to 4 photos/drawings of your Palace or Cabin (jpeg format max. 5mb).

-If it is a real building, please tell us the location.

You can also tweet your images using the hashtag #palaces&cabins

Salisbury Art Centre is a place where artforms, artists and audiences meet. SAC’s mission is to surprise, challenge and include the people of Salisbury, Wiltshire and the wider region in innovative, high quality, diverse and stimulating creative experiences.

OSR Projects is an evolving curatorial project that creates a platform for engagement with the world through artist–led activity.

The Palaces & Cabins exhibition runs from 11th April – 18th May 2014 (Launch Event – Thursday 10th April, 18.30-20.30). The Palaces & Cabins collaborative group is Simon Lee Dicker (OSR Projects), Sam Aldridge, Tom Bayliss, Megan Calver, Fiona Cassidy (SAC), Leela Clarke & Cara Lockley (Hand in Glove) and Tim Martin.



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