2 July 2022
1:00 pm
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4:00 pm
Free, no booking necessary

We Are Invisible We Are Visible: Asterion by Hayley Williams Hindle with ROMA 

“Who can find ease of movement and who may not? Where is the monstrous and who are the vilified? We are all the starry ones; here is your invitation to join the Clews and bring us to a place of connection.”  – Hayley Williams Hindle

To mark the 102nd anniversary of the 1st Dada International Exhibition in Berlin, 31 d/Deaf, Disabled and Neurodivergent artists will stage Dada inspired interventions in 30 museums and galleries across Britain and Northern Ireland on the same day.

Modern Art Oxford is proud to present, Asterion by Hayley Williams Hindle. Hindle’s performance considers liminal spaces as places of belonging, finding familiarity and comfort within the narrow, directional spaces that are alive and pulsing with movement and creativity. For Asterion, Hindle will be joined by performance artist ROMA.

We are Invisible We are Visible (WAIWAV) is presented by DASH, the disabled led visual arts organisation.

This performance will be ongoing throughout the afternoon. Visitors are welcome to drop in at any time.

Hayley Williams-Hindle is a multidisciplinary research artist exploring human cognitive differences, and the power of empathic connection. Playful installations elucidate ‘What If?’ ideas about our collective embodied potential.

Artist ROMA improvises new worlds and modes of survival at the blur between discursive, sonic, visual, movement and embodied practices. Inherently collaborative, her works develop new frameworks for queer gestures, touch and desire.

DASH is a Disabled led visual arts charity. It creates opportunities for Disabled artists to develop their creative practice. These opportunities take many forms, from high-quality commissions to community-based workshops, the work it creates is centred around its vision and mission.