AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractA series of composite images were created to explore research-creation as a methodology for Kelly + Jones, through which they embraced the unknown to inform and develop the series of works into conceptual thinking around chalk deposits from past marine lives and how this is distilled into visual and audial practice. Kelly + Jones worked in two sites - an old school stairwell and a chalk pit and used their own bodies as sculptural soundscapes to form fragile and precarious interplay with the site. The documentation from the explorative residencies in the two sites in turn became the artwork and formed the series of composite images that were then commissioned by The Glass Tank, Oxford. The composite images create a visual relationship that explores the interplay between the artists’ bodies as site and landscape as site.
CitationJones, R., Kelly, T. (2020). 'Composite Images' [Composite images]. The Glass Tank.
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