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The Study Of Tears
Intonation Residency
Visual Voices
Developing Partnerships
Speaking Out



31.01.2011 — 04.02.2011







(Press Release)

Modern Art Oxford hosts a residency for artists and dancers to exchange their physical and visual vocabularies in response to the current sculptural exhibition, Thomas Houseago: What Went Down.

Led by Susan Norwood, Artistic Director of Project Volume, this residency will culminate in dancers creating their own choreography. The resulting work, Intonation, will be performed at the Gallery on Friday 4 February.

The performances of Intonation will give a unique insight into the perceptions of the exhibition by dancers and a visual artist. Non-disabled dancer, Haley Arundel, will also perform to illustrate the potential that learning disabled artists have in contributing to our cultural landscape.

Those being profiled are visual artist Danny Smith and dancers Frances Weir and Ruth Williams, affiliated with Anjali Dance Company; and Chris Pavia from StopGAP Dance Company. The performance will be captured on video by innovative filmmaker Riccardo Iacono.


Intonation video documentation:

The Intonation video is now complete.

The video is showing at Modern Art Oxford (1-11 March 2011)

The video has also been permanantly archived and is freely accessible on the Modern Art Oxford website and Project Volume website using the links below.


Format: silent colour video
Duration: 15 minutes

Copyright © Project Volume 2011


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