Down at the Bamboo Club
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Down at the Bamboo Club
Down at the Bamboo Club, Picture This

Down at the Bamboo Club, Picture This

Dates: 12 September–17 October 2009 | Location: Picture This, Bristol

Taking its name from a legendary Bristol social club, Down at the Bamboo Club is a new exhibition devised by Picture This in Bristol. The video works all respond to ideas of legacy and use strategies including re-enactment and community participation and explore how we respond to events and sites and look at how communities come together to devise and understand the legacy of their own, or recent past.

Three of the works look in particular at sites and events in Bristol’s past and the legacy that is created by communities today. These works – by Barby Asante, Mandy McIntosh and Mark Wilshire – were commissioned and produced by Picture This.  To coincide with the exhibition the three new commissions will be shown across Bristol at sites relating to each project.

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