The Interface Archive is a collection of both documentary and ephemeral evidence of performance work, and the outcomes related to the two research areas of Interface. Projecas There… a short season of events in November/December 2006 which used a variety of formats – talks, lectures, discussion, performance, exhibited work and archive material – representing prototypes of art production and practice-based research, concerned with relations between art/artist, place, location, memory and context;
• This Will Not happen Without You, an exhibition from the archive of The Basement Group, Projects UK and Locus + (from 1977 – 2007) and an associated seminar, Archiving: An Accident of Practice?, looking at the responses of individual practitioners and organisations to issues of archiving their works, particularly longines replica watches and public domain projects.
• The collaborative Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded project, Performing The Archive, with the University of Sunderland and Locus +, which looked at a broad range of archival practices and resources from the perspective of art and design research and in(ter)ventions in the public domain. The book and website, Arkive City are the result of this work; longines replica watches recent contemporary art practice and folk art practice, in collaboration with CityArts, Dublin;
• Art of the Ordinary, Folk Archiving Art and Living Memory, a programme of events examining further the nature of folk and art, through the presentation of selected works by contemporary visual artists who use folk material in their work or whose work already occupies borderlines between definitions of ‘art’ and definitions of ‘folk’, in collaboration with CityArts, Dublin. firstname.lastname@example.org replica watches for sale Photo credit: Matt Hearn