Jeremy Deller has created a life-size inflatable version of Stonehedge, entitled Sacrilege that is touring the UK this summer as a part of the London 2012 Festival and the Mayor of London Surprises Program.
For one day only, artist and audiocinetic sculptor Herman Kolgen's award-winning installation Inject will open free to the public at Hengrove Park Leisure Centre. Projected on a giant screen at Hengrove's Olympic size pool, Inject depicts a human body immersed in a large cistern of water. Over 45 minutes the water pressure builds and the oxygen depletes, affecting the figure's nervous system. A remarkable sequence of live mixed sound and video illustrates a loss of touch with reality and invites a floating audience to consider the relationship between human biology and emotion.
Upcycling workshop with artist designer Martino Gamper (the Hengrove Commissions Programme)
Stokes Croft is an inner-city area of unique character, defined by its vibrantly independent community spirit and mix of residents, businesses, traders and artists. It is home to world-class street art, artisans, creatives, homeless, squatters and passionate individuals in equal measure.
Museo Aero Solar is a free event in Hengrove Park, South Bristol. The Arnolfini gallery who are developing the project with Bristol City Council are inviting the public to help launch Museo Aero Solar which will be a gigantic solar powered balloon made from recycled plastic bags, as part of Arnolfini's 50th celebrations and exhibition ‘Museum Show’.
The Brunel Mile is a pedestrian route which runs from Bristol’s Temple Meads Station, to the SS Great Britain. The mile was created as part of the Brunel 200 celebrations and is a Bristol Legible City initiative.