King's Lynn art project creates final Manifesto show
Friday night saw Manifesto Live's art project come to fruition at the Corn Exchange in Lynn.
The show celebrated the culmination of nearly three months of Lynn’s young people exploring creative responses to the climate challenge, a programme of activity using emerging technology as well as traditional art making techniques and tools.
Facilitated by local artists, Collusion, they participated in a street performance, played music,made live animated projections and unveiled their manifesto for a hope of a greener future.
Collusion are a Cambridge and Lynn–based arts and tech organisation that most recently bought The Intergalactic Hanseatic League.
Now the fruits of their labour are being exhibited around town in the form of nightly projections on Lynn's historic buildings.
The artworks are also installed at select venues as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
This exhibition is the third project in the climate-themed Game On series led by the council which seeks to establish Lynn as a national centre of excellence for cultural innovation.