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An exhibition of artists and makers responding to Stoke-on-Trent’s ceramic heritage. in collaboration with the British Ceramics Biennial 2015. Chloë Brown was invited to show her film 'Dancing in the Boardroom (Turnin’ my Heartbeat Up)'. This video work uses the music and dance of Northern Soul to explore issues of class and hierarchy within the post-industrial landscape of Stoke-on-Trent, a city once known for the production of ceramics. Shot in the disused Spode ceramics factory, the video explores connections between the post-industrial cities of Stoke-on-Trent and Detroit, and aims to articulate an emotional response to post-industrial ruins such as those of the Spode factory and by bringing together seemingly unconnected things: people, places, music, and dance, it creates a friction that leads to new readings that have optimism, not despondency, at their core. \ud The event also showcased the work of Neil Brownsword, Barnaby Barford, Ian McIntyre, Amy Jayne Hughes, Matt Smith, Phil Goss, Jamie Jenkinson, Matthew Raw and Thom Swann.\ud \ud The Potteries, Victoria & Albert Museum, V&A, British Ceramics Biennial, Dancing in the Boardroom (Turnin' My Heartbeat Up), Chloe Brown, artist, Northern Soul, Stoke-on-Trent
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