Having photographed the the co-created charcoal drawing Residuals #1, I introduced colour into these images by tinting them.Continue reading Residuals #1 Tints
The Residuals #1 performance on 15 January produced many photographs of the charcoal/carbon drawing – both as an artefact/ installation, or as marks on a surface. Here is a gallery of images about Residuals #1 as artefact.Continue reading Residuals #1: Artefact
The Residuals #1 performance on 15 January produced many opportunities for photography, particularly of the charcoal/carbon drawing – both as an artefact/ installation or as marks on a surface. Here is a gallery of images about Residuals #1 surface.Continue reading Residuals #1: Surface
Beside the dance and movement making of the Residuals #1 performance, it created a large charcoal drawing about 3 metres by 1.5 metres in size. There were also numerous photographs made by my co-creator John Hazel and me of its surface during and after the performance.Continue reading Residuals: drawings
I dived into the surface of the paper. Beneath me, carbon residuals (charcoal) assisted my passage as I slide across the white paper, parting the material and marking the paper. John Hazel who was co-creating the charcoal drawing with me, followed by stepping and drawing with his shod foot. The dance studio at the Old Fire Station, Oxford was our performance venue for this ‘drawing-dance’ on Tuesday 16 January 2024.Continue reading Residuals: performance #1
Dance & Movement Research 2024, Monday 15 January to Friday 19 January at the Old Fire Station Arts Centre, Oxford is a week of exploration in dance and movement for creative artists and dance artists organised by Oxford Contact Dance.
In December, I investigated surfaces and mark-making for the residuals project with Oxfordshire artists Hugh Pryor and John Hazel. Canvas, paper and various grades and sizes of carbon (charcoal) were investigated. We used hands, feet, broom and sponge to research mark marking.Continue reading Residuals: mark-making investigation
I started a new dance project in April. Initially, I held a stall at the jumble sale of the Oxfordshire Visual Arts Development Agency and their Osney Mead studio space in Oxford. Read more about the project.Continue reading Dance making + Mark marking = Residuals