S.P.A.M. Spreads is a reimagining of BALTIC's annual Self-Publishing Market. Selected from an open call, the contributions to this issue of S.P.A.M. Spreads explore the politics and future of food production and consumption, ideas of hospitality and acts of eating together, and methods of sharing practice and preserving cultures.
Coinciding with Phyllis Christopher’s exhibition Contacts at BALTIC and the publication of her book Dark Room: San Francisco Sex and Protest, 1988-2003 (Book Works, 2022) Ariel Goldberg, Languid Hands and Sam Dolbear contribute to a digital noticeboard reflecting on their own encounters with queer photographic archives.
Virtually explore Phyllis Christopher's exhibition Contacts in BALTIC's Level 2 gallery.
Virtually explore Ad Minoliti's exhibition Biosfera Peluche / Biosphere Plush in BALTIC's Level 4 gallery space.
Artists Navild Acosta and Fannie Sosa have created a Dream Bag as a guidance for better sleep. The toolkit has been specially conceived for people who experience racism regularly in our society, to support breaking with constant fatigue by slowing down and resting.
Using Google Streetview photography you can take a visit to BALTIC's Level 4 viewing terrace. There's a 360 virtual tour of the terrace to see the River Tyne, Tyne Bridge and even our annual resident Kittiwakes.