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Archive, Exhibitions, History, music, Sound

Resonances: second movement

  As part of Le Printemps de Septembre 2016 in Toulouse (France), led by Christian Bernard, Espace Croix-Baragnon is presenting Resonances: Second Movement an exhibition exploring the notion of rhythm in the work of artists from diverse backgrounds. Resonances is the second chapter of the project  All Of Us Have Sense Of Rhythm presented at David […]

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Exhibitions, History, music, Sound

Résonances: Second Mouvement

Dans le cadre du Printemps de Septembre 2016 (Toulouse), dirigé par Christian Bernard, l’Espace Croix-Baragnon présente Résonances: Second Mouvement une exposition explorant la notion de rythme dans l’œuvre d’artistes d’horizons divers. Résonances est le deuxième volet du projet “All Of Us Have Sense Of Rhythm” présenté à David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF), Londres en 2015, […]

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Newsletter

Newsletter: February 2016

  This month we have a number of events linked to the University of Central Lancashire. First off, acclaimed American artist Suzanne Lacy is developing a commission with In-Situ (co-directed by UCLan Fine Art Lecturer William Titley), as part of their In Residence programme in Pendle (Lancashire, England). A project set to involve hundreds of […]

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Exhibitions, Sound, Urban

MHV Lecture Series: Christine Eyene

  Making Histories Visible launches the MHV Lecture Series on Wednesday 17 February 2016 with a lecture by Christine Eyene, art historian, curator and Guild Research Fellow in Contemporary Art at the University of Central Lancashire. Entitled The Exhibition Performed, this lecture/video/sound presentation focuses on “All of us have a sense of rhythm” an exhibition […]

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Sound

Mapping the Sonic

As part of WOMAD’s World of Art programme, curator Christine Eyene will introduce sound art practice in the context of Africa and the Diaspora through the work of Larry Achiampong (UK), Younes Baba-Ali (Morocco/Belgium) and Em’Kal Eyongakpa (Cameroon), three artists featured in the exhibition All Of Us Have A Sense Of Rhythm, developed by Eyene […]

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