Townley and BradbyArtist, Writer
Townley and Bradby make interventions, performance walks and artists' books. Townley and Bradby's practice explores the routines and rituals of urban public spaces. By carefully combining place, action and props, they feel for the bounds of what is permissible, or for the level at which an intervention ceases to be invisible and rises into the public view. Their work is nearly always located read full statement
|Activities||Early years education, Residencies, Workshops, Participatory projects, Critical writing|
|Artforms||Project, Publication, Drawing, Participatory|
News & Events
Friday Salon: Gallery as Community
Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH
This discussion event includes examines participatory practice inside and outside the gallery by mapping some of the projects and thoughts from the artists and curators on the panel.
Discussion and Book Launch
OUTPOST Studios, Gildengate House, 1 Upper Green Lane, Anglia Square, Norwich, NR3 1AX
Discussion, 2 – 4 pm: ‘what spaces does family life allow for creative practice?’ Book launch, 5 – 6 pm. Children and adults are welcome. Refreshments provided.
New publication called: An Endless Round of Repetitive Tasks with Operatic Anger and Comic Turns
Just received final elements for our book: essays from Judith Stewart and Frances Williams. Got ten days to complete the design work and send files to the printer. Launch date will be Sunday 6th July.
Artists on the Gallery Payroll: A Case Study of Contradictory Values in Participatory Practice
20/06/2014 – 21/06/2014
Department of Media and Culture Studies, Utrecht University, Netherlands
A conference paper jointly authored with artist Judith Stewart. We will argue that the artists who run participative art projects play multiple roles: artist, gallery employee, participant.