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The Triangle ‘Networked’ blog

29/01/2013, 3:43 pm by TriangleNetwork

The Networked blog was created in the lead up to the conference Networked: Dialogue and Exchange in the Global Art Ecology, which was held at Bloomberg, London on the 26th and 27th of November 2011. The conference brought together different views on network and collaborative practices, which were explored through case studies and presentations from […]

Triangle Fellowship: Kelvin Brown at Bag Factory, South Africa, Feb – Apr 2014

15/04/2014, 4:49 pm by TriangleNetwork

tape install

Taking up residence at Bag Factory, South Africa, is UK based artist Kelvin Brown. Brown’s work is concerned with human responses to sound, investigating the relationship between memory and emotion, and individual relationships within the sonic topography of modern life. His works range from single channel sound works through to multi-channel, site specific installations and […]

Partner Video: 32 Degrees East, Uganda: KLA ART 014

01/04/2014, 3:27 pm by TriangleNetwork


Coordinated by 32° East, KLA ART is a platform to showcase new and emerging ideas by contemporary Ugandan artists. The biennial project aims to have a strong engagement with a Kampalan public, by building on the success of KLA ART 012, KLA ART 014 will access and utilise ‘everyday’ spaces and display methods to connect artworks, […]

Triangle Fellowship: Rebecca Davies at 32 Degrees East

21/03/2014, 12:19 pm by TriangleNetwork


London-based artist Rebecca Davies has taken up a residency at 32˚ East, Uganda. Davies’ socially engaged practice celebrates people and stories. In one of her most recent projects, Davies toured an ice cream van across the UK, which was used for public gatherings, exchange and conversations. In addition to her own work, from 2010-12 Davies […]

Triangle Partners: Dhaka Art Summit, SANA (South Asian Network for the Arts) Book Launch. February 2014.

25/02/2014, 2:09 pm by TriangleNetwork


Dhaka Art Summit in Bangladesh returned for its second edition, focusing solely on contemporary art from the South Asian region. The summit included solo art projects, curated group exhibitions, public art commissions, performances, experimental film and panel discussions as well as collateral exhibitions around the city. SANA (South Asian Network for the Arts) Book launched […]

Triangle Workshop: Omani Fine Art Society, Oman, December 2013

07/02/2014, 11:19 am by TriangleNetwork

Daylight has no answers

The first International Artists Workshop was held in Oman by the Omani Fine Art Society and the British Council, and aimed to create dialogue and exchange between Omani and international artists. Below are two different extracts from artist’s statements describing their experience at Oman and how it effected their art practice: Amy Stephens: “At the […]