We bring talented people together and make things happen.
– Writing, visuals, performance, text to movement
In 2022 we began making exObjects together:
Read more exObjects here.
‘The Typing Man’ story was adapted for an experience with graphics and composed sound at the Bluecoat in Liverpool. Read about the creative team.
Written by A.T. Boyle, the story was shortlisted in the Mslexia awards from over 2,000 entries. Alison played the narrator in the drama.
You can look inside and a buy a copy of ‘The Typing Man’ eBook
To buy a limited edition book printed in Cumbria in Northern England featuring original illustrations, email: exObjects2022 @ gmail.com
Gül Turner translated the story. Here she is with two young creative letter writers for ‘The Typing Man and the Turkish’ Woman community events.
– Community projects exhibition, audio, making
‘Ban the Ban on Barmaids!’ protest, perambulation and devised performance, a political theatre comedy in Northern England.
Part of the Women in Comedy festival whose director Hazel O’Keefe won a Power Women Award in 2017.
22,571 visitors of all ages took part in ‘Colours, Community & Chemistry’ at the People’s History Museum in Northwest England.
Artificial silk is a textile too. From the eve of the Second World War this transformative textile was made in the northwest of England in a huge factory where workers from all continents worked side by side. Filaments of silk from the cellulose in wood were twisted together and woven into clothes, war-time parachutes, sanitary wear including pads, items for hospitals, and many other forms. M&S used artificial silk for their popular nighties. Artificial silk was exported all over the world.