Friday 17th February

DOMINO Launch event and exhibition opening

The opening of Brian J Morrison + Emily Warner's exhibition Resist, Resist, Release. launched the four week programme.  

Birmingham based artists, Brian J Morrison and Emily Warner, where invited to create new work for the first floor space. Working in dialogue with contemporary art critic Jonathan P Watts, the progression of the invited artists’ ideas have been documented and the material presented for visitor interest on the ground floor. This material will also form the basis of a publication launched at the closing event and funded by The East Anglian Art Fund.


Friday 24 February

Birmingham Arts Talk: Brian J Morrison, Emily Warner + Kim McAleese

The two featured artists Brian J Morrison and Emily Warner returned to talk about their individual practices and their collaborative work for the exhibition. They were joined by Kim McAleese, Programme Director at Grand Union, who discussed the work they do, as well as looking at the wider arts scene in Birmingham.


Saturday 25th February


'Graphic notation is the representation of music through the use of visual symbols outside the realm of traditional music notation.'

The workshop was open to all abilities. The work created will also be used during a live evening music event on Friday 3rd March at The Shoe Factory, with a variety of musicians responding to the scores.


Friday 3rd March

DOMINO + NNSAC: An evening of improvised music works

+ LUKE SANGER (live)

+ WORMS (live) 

Live recording:

Norfolk and Norwich Sonic Art Collective

(Photos by Liam Tobin)