Come and join us to contribute to BrumYODO’s ever growing collection of extinct surreal, fantastical creatures. Using upcycled materials, bits of junk, old jewelry and anything else that takes our eye, we will fill a specimen frame with as many weird and wonderful creatures we can make in an afternoon.
Participatory Artists, Jane Thakoordin and Margaret Murray have worked in partnership with BrumYODO since its inception in 2016. Both artists are highly experienced in working with organisations, community groups and individuals both as artists and as mental health professionals and social workers. They combine over 50 years post qualifying experience to create and sustain creative relationships that produce artistic responses to issues.
For 2018, Murray and Thakoordin will work in partnership with Ort Gallery responding to the exhibition of Charlotte Jarvis. Using cancer cells as a foundation to the show, the artwork, jewel-like and enchanting aesthetically, yet lethal and toxic by nature, informs the engagement process of the participatory artists’ work. They will work with participants to create a series of miniature surreal creatures that will be labelled and affixed to be admired for generations to come as creatures from another time.
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