(Images left to right: Kitsch’n’Sync Collective, Eeva-Maria Mutka, Emily Robinson and her Dad!)

Our first set of remote residencies – Seeds Dispersed are coming to an end. Check out what the artists have been working on and get together for a nice juicy creative discussion. We will share the artists’ work on social media throughout the day and on our website and then we’ll meet on Zoom in the afternoon. All the work will remain online for you to see at your leisure after the release times below.

Saturday 13th June

10:00am – Eeva-Maria Mutka share’s film clips and images from her residency here, exploring the interweaving of body and the physical terrain of home in the unprecedented time of a global pandemic. Mentor: sculpture artist Mandy Lane

12:00pm – Kitsch’n’Sync’s TikTok videos go live, meet the Maxi Muffs! Highly visual characters that entertain and educate about gender inequality and the ‘phenomenon’ of the Pink-Tax. Mentor: Lea Anderson

Kitsch’n’Sync are sharing their ideas today and over the next few days / weeks on Tik Tok and on their facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/kitschnsynccollective

2:00pm – Emily Robinson will release her dance film created with her father and exploring themes of nurture and care in their garden in Port Talbot. Mentor: Kimberley Harvey

*Emily’s film will be uploaded to the Groundwork Pro YouTube channel and released on our facebook page and made available at 2pm.

4:00pm – Zoom discussion with the artists. Please book for this to get the zoom link and password by emailing us at groundworkprocardiff@gmail.com

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