English

Studies for Maynard

Simon Whitehead

Exhibitions | 7 October 2015 - 21 October 2015

A live dance installation with movement, dance, image and sound.

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A dancer lies on the ground, looks at the sky and inhales the clouds.

A spacewalking Apollo 9 astronaut describes his views of earth.

Dice roll.

Home is a fabric, a weave, a practice of making and remaking.

Having spent many years taking himself and his work to distant places, Simon’s Studies for Maynard pauses to think about what it is to be located at home whilst holding the wider curve of the earth.

Simon is in residence at Oriel Davies for two weeks. He is transferring the ephemera of his studio, developing a series of performance studies with sound artist Barnaby Oliver and featuring a film by Tanya Syed that accompanies his own work.

Simon’s last project with Oriel Davies was the memorable Louphole in 2010. He lives and works from Abercych, Pembrokeshire.

‘If we can sparkle he may land tonight'

Starman, David Bowie

Also showing in the gallery 'Maynard on Film'. Work in progress. A film by Tanya Syed. 27mins. 2015.

Events at Oriel Davies:

Studies for Maynard, live performance - a full, live performance of Studies for Maynard with live sound link to Barnaby Oliver sound artist and artistic partner for Studies for Maynard

Wednesday 21 October 7:30pm | FREE

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Furniture Movers - a participative dance workshop exploring body & object, in Newtown at the Wesleyan Baptist Chapel

Friday 25 September 10:30am - 3:30pm | £10

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Studies for Maynard, film screening - Work in progress showing the Studies for Maynard film: with a conversation between Simon and film maker Tanya Syed.

Friday 09 October 7pm | FREE

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Booking is essential for all events: desk@orieldavies.org | 01686 625041

Check www.may-nard.org for specific event details.

Studies for Maynard has been supported by the Arts Council of Wales and Pembrokeshire County Council.

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Tuesday to Sunday 11-5 March - September

Tuesday - Saturday 11-4 October - March.

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