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Dancing in a shed

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 17, 2012 01:07 AM
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by (alex johnson) last modified Oct 16, 2012

Melissa Hardwick, Arts Manager and Curator at Free Space Gallery , has been running a project out of a garden shed for the last few months which she has taken on tour to local festivals as a mini cinema, used for small exhibitions and now as an interactive installation and dance performance space. Next Thursday, October 25 6-9pm, they will be hosting the last in a series of evening performances inside the shed at Kentish Town Health Centre, 2 Bartholomew Road London. Click for more details. "When the Free Space Gallery first put together its shed in its gardens the idea was to occassionally use it for arts projects but that its primary use would be that of a humble structure in nature," says Mel. "However, since its construction it has proven itself a worthy venue for many a creative outpouring, hosting a mini exhibition, a number of small scale film screenings and an artist in residence. For the last few months the shed has played host to a paper and print installation and a dancer as part of the multidisciplinary installation Fragments by Jairo Zaldua, Nicola Green and Katsura Isobe." Photos: Gigi Giannella ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tuesday posts are sponsored by 3rdSpace modular garden rooms . Customise | Configure | Extend | Relocate






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