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The unveiling of our first solar panel artworks at Mikro Fest in Exeter

It is with huge excitement and anticipation that Chloe Uden and Naomi Wright invite you to attend the unveiling of our first solar panel artworks.

This private view will take place just before MikroFest at 3:30 – 5:00pm on Friday 15 March at the new Kaleider studios, so you will also have an opportunity to see their new space as well.

If you can’t make it on Friday the space will be open  all day on Saturday 16 March as well, so please drop in.

Although this is a free event, booking is essential as space is limited.

Over the past year we have been pioneering and testing a number of new techniques in designing and constructing artworks that generate power and we would like you to be one of the first people to see them.

We are deeply grateful to the wonderful people who have supported us in our journey to this point and would like to say a special thank you to:

  • Katie Shanks a researcher at the university of Exeter to test and fabricate our work
  • Dave and Jo Neale at LaserCutz in Honiton to find ways to manipulate the shape of cells
  • Ian Hankey a master glass craftsman at The Fab Lab in Plymouth
  • The Velocities team at Exeter City Futures to help us develop our project
  • The RSA’s Catalyst team
  • Jenny Ayrton a glass artist based in Plymouth
  • Patricia Hilto-Robinson a glass artist based in Hampshire
  • Bryn Fogden at GB Sol to develop our ideas
  • Clare Bryden for her help creating our website and ongoing advice
  • Chris Moss from Mav3rick for his ongoing support and advice
  • Joc Spencer-Mills and the rest of the Kaleider team for being relentlessly supportive of our work