Kelly + Jones In Conversation with Seers in Residence Artists for The Glass Tank
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AbstractThis research event took place online during lockdown so that Kelly + Jones could share insights and learnings of the exhibition process with the seers. Kelly + Jones invited the seers to consider the geographical site(s) of chalk deposit, the original residency site of a Victorian school staircase and our own bodies as a site. In addition to this Kelly + Jones extend an invitation to the seers to create site-specific responses to the exhibiting context. The conversation was hosted by Kelly + Jones with Seers researchers: Janice Howard BFA (Oxon), MA, SFHEA. Senior Lecturer in Fine Art. Professor Helen Walkington BSc, PGCE, MSc. PhD, FRGS, NTF, PFHEA. Department of Social Sciences Deborah Pills BA Fine Art, Year 3 Kate Mohony Associate Lecturer Fine Art The outcome of this sharing event is a series of further research questions relating to the female form, marine life and performativity of the body. It also addressed the effectiveness and problematics of using practice as research as both a curatorial method for installing and working as an artist live in the context of a gallery setting, and the use of micro residencies as a methodology for practice as research. These discussions and reflections are now the basis for a series of essays and performative gestures that will form a new publication for late 2020/early 2021.
CitationJones, R., Kelly, R. (2020). 'Kelly + Jones In Conversation with Seers in Residence Research Sharing' [Artist Researchers Talk]. Online - The Glass Tank, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, 29th April.
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