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Can you make a body extension that allows you to touch, but at a distance? . Space to Create! today is inspired by artist Rebecca Horn and #JHGFootprints, an online exhibition exploring John Hansard Gallery’s archive. . Check out our Stories and our Artist Profile on the Resources page of our website for more inspiration. . Link in bio for the full #JHGFootprints article on the latest theme, Artist and the Body/Performance, as well as our Artist Profile on Rebecca Horn. . We would love to see where art takes you, tag @johnhansardgallery or email [email protected] . . #SupportSotonArts #LetsCreate #TheShowMustGoOnline #JHGEngagement #johnhansardgallery #jhg #southampton #highfieldcampus #universityofsouthampton #art #archive #exhibitions . @artsunisouth @uni_southampton @fantasticforfamilies @aceagrams @visualartssw @cvan_se @cvanetwork @southamptoncitycouncil #cityeye @southamptoncityartgallery @ght_soton @aspacearts @solent_showcase_gallery @mayflower_theatre
#JHGFootprints is an online exhibition using John Hansard Gallery’s archive. Four themes will be selected, sharing material associated with the chosen concept. . Theme 3: Artist and the Body/Performance . “Throughout the 20th Century, one of the major developments in art has been the evolving role and use of an artist’s own body as a source of ideas, expression and experimentation. Manifesting itself in a range of ways over the decades, the shifting focus and pushing of boundaries has been a hugely significant driver in how art has evolved, and continues to evolve to this day.” . Link in bio for the full article 📖 . Images: 1) New Moves performance by Charlie Hooker in collaboration with Vincent Brown, 1982. . 2) Installation view of Cindy Sherman exhibition, 1983. . 3) Installation view of Lie of the Land: earth, body, material, 1999, curated by Antonia Payne. . 4) Installation view of Gina Pane exhibition, 2001-2002, organised in collaboration with Arnolfini, Bristol and subsequent tour to Tate Modern. Accompanying publication. . 5) Installation view of Joan Jonas exhibition, 2004. Image shows Lines in the Sand, 2002. Exhibition organised in collaboration with Wilkinson Gallery, London, with a performance of Lines in the Sand at Tate Modern. Accompanying publication. . 6) Installation view of Live Art on Camera, 2007, curated by Alice Maude-Roxby, toured to Space, London, 2008. . 7) Installation view from Performance/Audience/Film, 2013. Image shows Audience by Ian Breakwell and Ron Geesin, 1993. . 8) Installation view from Mel Brimfield, Death and Dumb, 2013, showing the work, Death and Dumb part 2. Organised in association with artSOUTH:collaborations. . 9) Poster artwork by Mel Brimfield for the performance An Audience with Willy Little, written by Mel Brimfield and performed by Dickie Beau. Commissioned as part of artSOUTH:collaborations in 2013. Performed at SS Shieldhall, Southampton, Winchester Discovery Centre, The Square Tower, Portsmouth. . 📷: Images 2-8 by Steve Shrimpton . #JHGHistory #johnhansardgallery #southampton #highfieldcampus #art #performanceart #archive #exhibitions @artsunisouth @unisouthampton @aceagrams
As part of a broader sector support programme, @visualartssw’s Together We Will invites visual arts communities living and working within the South West to attend a meeting dedicated to their local context. . Our region is vast and diverse, and the infrastructure and resources for maintaining visual arts practices, public programming activities and professional networks varies between counties and local areas. These meetings are intended as forums for open discussion, with the key objective to map out our colleagues and peers’ priorities for urban and rural localities in the South West. . The forums will consider the long-term impact of both COVID-19 and Brexit on the visual arts sector, while informing Visual Arts South West’s future sector support work. . Link in bio for more information and to book your place. . . #TogetherWeWill #VisualArts #SectorSupport #CultureRecovery