To coincide with the British Art Show which has now opened in Wolverhampton, Huddle is back!
Huddle is a meeting place that happens through Zoom, and is an opportunity to connect and share thoughts and practices across the UK for the duration of BAS9.
The next Huddle will be taking place on Saturday 9 April 2022, with presentations by Eila Goldhahn, Katrina Brown, Frankie Williams and Jodie Saunders. Find the schedule and zoom link to the event below:
All Huddle events are FREE to attend using Zoom.
Feel free to drop in and out of the Zoom sessions as you wish.
What is Huddle?
Each time the British Art Show is live in one of the four host cities, we open up Huddle for gatherings, these can range from presenting work or research, to virtual walks or panel discussions… pretty much anything that fits within the limitations of Zoom! This is open for anyone to attend for free, and for anyone associated with the BAS host cities to present. In the meantime you can find out more and watch the previous Huddles HERE.
10.30am – Eila Goldhahn
Discussing their ongoing project the “MoverWitness”, Eila will talk about their work with meditative movement, observation and verbal recall.
Eila Goldhahn is an artist, curator and writer with a professional and research background in dance and psychotherapy living in Plymouth and Germany.
11am – Katrina Brown & Frankie Williams
We have been working together drawing on some themes from Katrina’s practice on dorsal sensibilities and Frankie’s exploration of in-between liminal spaces through choreography, video and sound. Our aim is to explore where our making processes and interests criss-cross and diffract in a collaborative work-in-progress which we want to share here: Choreographies of scratchings, twitchings and lying low.
Katrina Brown is a choreographer working across movement, performance, drawing, still image and writing and has a research and teaching background in choreography.
Frankie Williams is an artist working in performance-related video and artists film with a research and teaching background in fine art.
11.30am Jodie Sauders
Jodie will be sharing their investigations into ‘tentacular listening’ – listening as an attentive, embodied and essential way of seeing/hearing/being.
Investigations include: the sonic restoration project: Lyneham Collection, my delve into underwater listening- how do fish hear? and a recent piece investigating listening with a Deaf collaborator.
Jodie Saunders is an artist/musician whose work explores sound as substance, alternative narratives and improvisation.
Live on zoom HERE
Free and open to all