Upcoming group exhibition: ‘Janus’ at Arts Central

That Time Could Take on Deformed Shapes as it Moved Ahead

My new papercut work ‘That Time Could Take on Deformed Shapes as it Moved Ahead’ (detail pictured) will be exhibited in the upcoming ‘Janus’ exhibition at Arts Central in MK!

The opening night is 3rd of April (next Thursday) from 7pm, so if you can make it then please come along – there will be the usual opening night drinks and nibbles. The exhibition then runs until June.

Arts Central is located on the third floor above Station House (above CMK train station), with the entrance foyer next to the Subway shop.

3rd Floor (South) Station House
500 Elder Gate
Milton Keynes
MK9 1LR

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Upcoming FORMA performance at MK Gallery

MK Gallery – Thursday Scratch Nights
Performance: Forma
8 November / 6.30pm / Free

“Forma are a performance art collective who create site-specific performances united by a sensitivity to space, material and trust, offering a site for meditation and contemplation.

Their performance at MK Gallery will draw on process, responding to the three gallery spaces and connecting them with separate actions to create a narrative. Objects, actions, and time are integral parts of Forma’s work.

Forma collective includes artists Emma DixonKimvi Nguyen  and Andrea Willette, who all graduated from Winchester School of Art in 2011.”

Original press info here

‘Companion of Space’ performance by FORMA at Winchester Cathedral

This week, FORMA (artists Bernadita Croxatto, Emma Dixon, Kimvi Nguyen, and Andrea Willette) performed ‘Companion of Space’ at Winchester Cathedral, as part of the ’10 Days Across the City Festival’. With kind support from Art and Sacred Places, and photography by Andy Reaney.

FORMA performance at International Women’s Day Event, Southampton

FORMA performed a site-specific performance/installation as part of the event at the University of Southampton’s Student Union to celebrate International Women’s Day.

The performance duration was two hours, with each of us sat on the top of a ladder. We were connected by shirts with extended arms. The tension created by the weight of the shirt arms required trust in one another not to pull any of us off of the ladder.

Once the performance finished, the shirts were left in place for the duration of the exhibition.