Creatives in Residence: In Conversation
To celebrate the end of Boundary Encounters, join our Creatives in Residence in a discussion about their practices and experiences of the exhibition.
Throughout the summer as part of Boundary Encounters, Modern Art Oxford will be joined by five Creatives in Residence, who will share insights into their own professional practice, while developing new ideas for Modern Art Oxford’s future programme with local communities. Read more about them below.
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Jane Castree is a choreographer and community dance artist working with movement to create open and accessible opportunities for performers, community members, and collaborators that acknowledge and interrupt invisible structures of hierarchy existing within cultures. Her choreographic work invites people to consider ideas and concepts from alternative perspectives as a way to imagine and create a more open and flexible world.
Hannah Fredsgaard-Jones is a Danish composer, songwriter, performer, and sound artist living in Oxford. Her practice is rooted in collaborative and interdisciplinary approaches to sound making. She composes, creates audio pieces, writes, and performs indie-folk music as Asthmatic Harp.
Anya Gleizer is a performance artist and an environmental geography researcher who uses community engagement, the arts and sciences to forge new approaches towards a culturally and ecologically resilient future. Anya is the founder of Flute & Bowl, an organisation that brings together practitioners from STEM fields and the arts to challenge existing narratives and forge new approaches towards a culturally and ecologically resilient future.
Kelly Lloyd is a transdisciplinary artist who focuses on issues of representation and knowledge production and prioritises public-facing collaborative research. In 2022, Lloyd launched This Thing We Call Art, a podcast and online archive featuring excerpts from 50+ interviews with people in the arts she has conducted since 2017.
Harmanpreet Randhawa is an artist based in Oxford and Coventry whose transdisciplinary practice involves making installations and sculptures from found materials, drawing, writing, film, performance, and printmaking. Surrounding the ideas of longing, belonging, and desire, his work oscillates between the sensual, and the domestic, rethinking the boundaries of homely spaces, human body, and nature.