Martin Steed’s Horror was the outcome of a kinaesthetic approach to film making with students from The CE Academy in 2014.
As a blind physiotherapist, Rebecca Lake explained her way of understanding bodies was through touch.
Clare Abbatt’s Sculpture and Survival workshops drew inspiration from her own exhibition examining Captain Scott’s Terra Nova expedition to Antarctica.
The Listening Forest is a publication of poems, prints and paper cuts by Sophie Herxheimer, made during her 2014-2015 residency in Rockingham Forest.
Duet was a live performance by Tim Gunnell, a percussionist from Sinfonia Viva, and Tiegan, a wonderful student from Rowan Gate Primary using technology to convert the motion of her head and eyes into melody.
Devised by Natasha Vicars and created by the Seven Art Writers collective, #dawnchorus365 was an online artwork which changed every day for a year, animating tweeted observations and responses to the changing environment of their separate locations during 365 shared daybreaks.
Gesture (2012 to 2014) was a series of events which highlighted the diverse range of activities that take place within The Corby Cube. Virginie Litzler installed photographic work created through photo shoots of local people, “concentrating on how bodies, architecture and air converse”.
Can you see sound? was the question asked by David Littler to pupils from Isebrook SEN Cognition and Learning College during a workshop at our cottages in the woods during 2014. The answer would also go someway to explaining why as a visual arts organisation we frequently work with those elusively defined creators that we call Sound Artists.
The current bulletin features information about Sophie Herxheimer’s “A Fictional Guide to the Woods” residency in Rockingham Forest; “Sounding Out” our ongoing project and forthcoming event with artist David Littler, Sinfonia Viva and students from Kettering schools; plus professional development opportunities for artists. You can also read all of our previous bulletins here.