Gallery Space Recall
Chapter Arts Centre
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Gallery Space Recall was developed as part of Walking Here and There, a research project undertaken in collaboration with the psychologist Vaughan Bell. Audiences are invited to recall from memory, a walk through a gallery space, to explore the spatial, social and professional relations contained within it. Audiences are invited to ‘walk and talk’, recalling a description of a familiar gallery space, as if they were walking through it. Through memory, body, speech and movement, these remote spaces exist in two locations simultaneously, both here and there.
Arts Council of Wales; Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff.
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