Soil Flowers & Neonics
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An important study by Dr Cristina Botías et al, has just been published in the Journal of Environmental Science & Technology on the levels of contamination of neonicotinoid pesticides in the UK countryside.  It has serious implications for agri-environmental schemes in Britain … Read More

Rubber Stamping
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We ran a Primitive Print workshop on Saturday 12th September – one of the events we created during our Lost & Found Exhibition at the Onca Centre for Arts & Ecology . The incredible Mr Stephen Fowler lead two workshops: AM for children and … Read More

Lost & Found Gallery
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Check us out:   Our multi-media installation Lost & Found at the ONCA Centre for Arts & Ecology, rated in the top 5 exhibitions in Brighton during August 2015 – alongside Wildlife Photographer of the Year.  On from 12th August until 23rd … Read More

Lost & Found in Brighton
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Lost & Found is a powerful and challenging multi-media installation of visual arts created by PaleBlueDot founders Jane King and Neil Mabbs, to present evidence of links between our consumer driven culture and the decline of the natural world. This … Read More

Primitive Print
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Between 2014 and 2017 Martin Carrolchick, and Neil Mabbs ran We’re Here Now, a summer arts festival to showcase the work of students on their Foundation in Art & Design and Creative Arts courses at Banbury & Bicester College.  They worked … Read More

What Was On
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Exhibitions & Events May – June 2015 We’re Here Now! 2015 We’re Here Now! is BACK.  Around 300 people came to the opening event at the Castle Quay Shopping Centre in Banbury.  For a second year Martin Carrolchick and Neil Mabbs have taken over empty units and … Read More

We’re Here Now! 2015
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We’re Here Now! is BACK.  Around 300 people came to the opening event at the Castle Quay Shopping Centre in Banbury.  For a second year Martin Carrolchick and Neil Mabbs have taken over empty units and are working with Louise Williams and … Read More

Media Coverage
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Brighton – Top Five Exhibitions August 2015 Four Shires Magazine – May 2015 Oxford Times – April 2015 Oxford Mail – April 2015 Banbury Guardian – April 2015 Amia Online – February 2015 You and Your Life section

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