ArtLife is a series of films produced by ArtMix, created alongside BALTIC artists. The films explore issues that matter to the group and their peers, using BALTIC’s exhibitions as a starting point.
ArtLife: (In)Equality primarily uses analysis of language and imagery to respond to some of the themes present in BALTIC’s past exhibitions; BALTIC Artists' Award 2017 and Adam Pendleton’s shot him in the face. ArtMix also created a supporting publication; What am I here for?. You can download the publication here. ArtLife: (In)Equality was created with the support of BALTIC artist Bex Harvey.
ArtLife: Disappearance uses painting, collage, photography, poetry and discussion to try to understand more about the current refugee crisis, whilst responding to BALTIC’s past exhibition Disappearance at Sea. ArtLife: Disappearance was created with the support of BALTIC artist Lesley Anne Rose.
ArtLife: Play uses sound, performance and spoken word to investigate how ArtMix understood and related to BALTIC’s past exhibition, The Playground Project. ArtLife: Play was created with the support of BALTIC artist Bex Harvey.
You can watch all ArtLife films on the ArtMix blog here.