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An Hour from Here

An Hour from Here is a short film about collaboration. A collaboration between poet Katrina Naomi and the visual artist, Tim Ridley. You can view the film by clicking on the image below. The collaboration involves poetry, art, walking, silence and Cornwall. It was made during a residency at Brisons Veor, Cape Cornwall. #anhourfromhere

‘Spared’ – Katrina’s new poem at the Arnolfini

The Arnolfini has published Katrina’s poem ‘Spared’. The Arnolfini has also blogged about some of  Katrina’s work-in-progress in the making of the poem, ‘Spared’. You can read the final poem here http://www.arnolfini.org.uk/blog/katrina-naomi-poetry-in-progress/. Katrina wrote ‘Spared’ during her residency at the Arnolfini, in response to Daphne Wright’s installation ‘Domestic Shrubbery’ (pictured right), which is part of the Arnolfini’s …

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Katrina interviewed by the Arnolfini

Katrina is currently writer-in-residence at the Arnolfini. In this interview, Katrina talks about how she is finding the residency and how she is responding to Daphne Wright’s ‘Emotional Archeology’ exhibition. You can read the interview here. Katrina will be giving a reading of her new Arnolfini poems at the gallery in Bristol on 3 December 2016 for more …

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Arnolfini residency

Katrina has been appointed writer-in-residence at the Arnolfini. She will be writer-in-residence throughout Daphne Wright’s ‘Emotional Archeology’ exhibition from 30-September to 8 January 2017. Here is the Arnolfini’s announcement: http://www.arnolfini.org.uk/blog/katrina-naomi/ The Arnolfini is the Centre for Contemporary Arts, based in Bristol. For further information on the ‘Emotional Archeology’ show: http://www.arnolfini.org.uk/whatson/daphne-wright-emotional-archaeology