The Ausform Micro-Fest introduces new artists to new audiences, creating a temporary engaged community over 4 days. We often work with emerging artists, and are passionate about providing them with the opportunity to meet the supportive and creative audiences and artists of Bristol. We shape our activity in response to the work that excites us, leading to new collaborations with venues, organisations and the use of alternative, often empty, spaces.
THORNY is a live music night in Bristol, which aims to give a voice to queer artists in the city. Known as the weirdest punk show in the West, we often showcase stranger work from sound, performance and visual artists, to allow everyone to unchain their inner freak
Maxi More is a London based performance artist who uses play, make believe, fabrics and fibers to break free from the limitations of contemporary identity.
IMMA / MESS is a ballet trained performer from NYC, coming to Bristol for the first time. IMMA uses movement as a way to give the intangible a physical presence.
Rachael Clerke is a young woman artist based in Bristol who likes dressing up as wealthy older men. Her last show How to achieve redemption as a Scot through the medium of Braveheart featured Alex Salmond, Mel Gibson and Donald Trump and won the Ideastap Underbelly Award in 2014.
Poem Baker is a self-taught photographer based in London, interested in shooting based on instinct. Poem works as a freelance photographer after a 10 year career in theatre and performance art.