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Treacherous Torso Exposition at Northlight Art Studio

My first exposition relating to my PhD study was held on 26th July 2014 at my personal art studio.

An interesting group of women attended, resulting in some very fascinating and emotive responses from the participants. The level of engagement and dialogue varied from participant to participant, and there were some very interesting conversations.  Specifically, there were several comments about  how the sound created a physical sense of movement relating to different body parts. This proved very interesting in relation to the creative and theoretical aspect of my research.

Here is a short caption film of one of the participants interacting with Treacherous Torso: Sites of Struggle

Participatory Exposition – Treacherous Torso

Treacherous Torso is my first exposition as part of my PhD research. It is going to be held on Saturday 26th July 2014 between 11am and 4pm.  The event is free and details of registering for the event can be found here on Eventbrite:

More details can also be found here on Tumblr

Please get in touch if you have any questions about the event.  All women between the ages of 18 to 75 are welcome.

Sites of Struggle Audio Player

New Artists Studio Space

Super Super Super!! After months and months of being on the waiting list I have at last  got my artists studio space  which I am really excited about (well I will be moving into a temporary space this week whilst the roof is being fixed). So… I will have lots of space to spread my work out, and hopefully I will be more productive with the practical aspects of my research because until now I have been doing everything at home, and have stuff everywhere which has not been easy when trying to be organised and creative at the same time.

Manchester Mini Maker Faire 28-29 July 2012

What a weekend and what a great time I  had at Manchester Mini Maker Faire where I exhibited Mannequin Maggie and also some interactive sound canvases. There was a complete mixture of visitors and it was interesting to see the different reactions between male and female participants especially when interacting with Maggie.  I met some wonderful women who expressed an interest in participating in my next project which is part of my PhD and anybody who would like some further information can find it here .

Here are a few photos of Maggie and her interactive canvases, more can be found here: