collide |kəˈlīd|verb [ intrans. ]hit with force when moving
Will Clifford, Sarah Evans, Bettina Furnée, Catherine Hemelryk, Hayley Lock, Rachel Oxley, Mark Ross and Caroline Wright ARE Founder members of:
C-O-L-L-I-D-E-R , an artists' collective brought together by Escalator, the pioneering talent plan from Arts Council England. have been awarded funding to research and develop new work with a focus on locality, communication and the notion of encounter. C-O-L-L-I-D-E-R will show at Wysing Arts Contemporary: PRESENTS, Wysing Arts Centre, April 2010.
collide |kəˈlīd|verb [ intrans. ]hit with forcewhenmoving: she collided with someone | two suburban trains collided.come into conflict or opposition : in his work, politics and metaphysics collide.ORIGIN early 17th cent. (in the sense [cause to collide] ): from Latincollidere, fromcol- ‘together’ + laedere ‘to strike or damage.’