26 Jun 2017

A film of a narrative game that our children develop, starting with some cleaning rags.

11 Jun 2017

Wearing the cloths gives us certain freedoms in the way we behave as a family in public space. Our eldest child wanted to go somewhere new in MK: not the centre and not Conniburrow. We went to Willen Lake to find the Peace Pagoda and the Labyrinth. On the way back to the car park our youngest invented a new c...

10 Jun 2017

We had used the coloured cloths as part of Georgie and Anna's visit in May. We wanted to see what the cloths would be like when we used them as a family. Vic and her children joined us. The children used the cloths as capes and drapes and head coverings. (Vic is Head of Learning at MK Gallery). At another poi...

10 Jun 2017

Our eldest child finds the adjustment to a few days in Milton Keynes difficult. Loudly and angrily she tells the rest of us how bored she is. The familiar elements of coming here - the accommodation, the trips to Conniburrow, the meetings with MK Gallery - are both irksome and agreeable. The effects for her a...

Using our coloured cloths in the 'out-the-back' spaces of Conniburrow.

26 Nov 2016

Our first encounter with all the staff of MK Gallery was an improvised performance.

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