An exploration of movement within the still image through live performance, incorporating elements of dance, textile and print. Forms that display simulated imagery, the holograph or anaglyph, will be explored alongside imagery that naturally represents movement.
BxNU Respond is a series of responses by Northumbria University postgraduate students to BALTIC exhibitions and projects developed in collaboration with curators and BALTIC Professor, Christine Borland. This performance has been developed in response to the RIFF/T, a two part exhibition about painting, abstraction, representation and their respective expanded fields - curated by The Hang Gang. RIFF/T takes place from 12 December 2013 - 2 March 2014, BALTIC 39.