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Sites of exchange: materialising conversations

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A research-led exhibition that explored ‘making’ as a way of investigating and sharing ideas. The project questioned how acts of 'doing' inform research and interpretation. The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries' Space, acted as an inter-disciplinary laboratory bringing together unique ideas, opening new dialogues through the 'art of inquiry'.

The exhibition held conversations from different locations, ‘Warp Scaffold’ was based on research in Gujarat, India alluding to current change taking place in the country through the artists' observations of weaving and shifts in economic and construction processes. Silent Conversations was a material network of crafted conversations that were made in Winchester's Cathedral and archaeology archive. It formed a layered installation of different visual languages referencing the people and locations it was made in.

A research showcase project presented by Trish Bould, Belinda Mitchell, Kathy Oldridge, Eileen White and invited participants including LOkesh Ghai.

was a work based on research in Gujarat India, makes present some of the current changes taking place in the country through an observation of weaving, economic and construction processes. ‘Silent conversations’ is a material network of crafted conversations that were made in an archaeology archive and a Cathedral. It forms a layered installation of different visual languages referencing the people and locations it was made in.

A research project showcase presented by Trish Bould, Belinda Mitchell, Kathy Oldridge, Eileen White.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2014
EventSites of exchange: materialising conversations - Eldon Building, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Duration: 7 Apr 201413 May 2014

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