Over the past 8 years rednile has coordinated 17 major projects throughout the UK all in temporary venues. rednile has contracted over 150 creative individuals in in the form of residencies, exhibitions, new commissions and temporary public art commissions, workshops and provided work placements, studio space, mentorships and opportunities to writers, photographers, designers and students.
rednile projects engage with communities and businesses and believe that through this process, the exploration and enjoyment of contemporary Art can be promoted at a grass roots level and challenge people’s perceptions. rednile has often been called unique as it is able to balance an artistic, exploratory approach with a firm understanding of how to cultivate meaningful involvement from the public, other creatives and project partners.
‘The transformation of everyday life, rednile’s practice suggests, begins with transforming attitudes to both art and work (let alone artworks) by intensifying the attention we pay to the world.’ - Mark Robinson, Thinking Practice.
Final Frontier at Gateshead Riverside Park
with artwork by Suzanne Hutton, Janine Goldsworthy, Michael Branthwaite, Jo Ray, David Thomas, Sarah Bayliss and Sophie Lisa Beresford
High Vis by Rednile
Factory Nights is a series of inspiring working sessions for ANY visual artists, photographers, writers, poets, musicians, filmmakers and any other creatives!
Factory Nights is not a discussion event, seminar or workshop.
Factory Nights are free sessions that simply provide an opportunity for creative people to come together in an interesting venue and supportive environment to make work or initiate ideas.
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