By: Sara Wookey On: April 18, 2018 In: Dance in Museums, TATE Comments: 0

I was recently witness to Anthea Hamilton’s “The Squash” at Tate Britain. The sign at the entry to the Duveen gallery warned me not to sit on or touch the tiled, elevated, “plinths” (holding small sculptures that went unnamed). I was somewhat confused by this as, when doing my...

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By: Sara Wookey On: March 29, 2018 In: Dance in Museums Comments: 0

Awareness through Movement & Reading is a 3-part series hosted by the Wellcome Collection in London. Having worked with the Wellcome Collection in the past on Nature Walks: From Parks to Pavements I was invited back to create something for the Reading Room, a hybrid space that is part...

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By: Sara Wookey On: November 13, 2017 In: Dance in Museums Comments: 0

Dance and Art Forum: Why Dance in Museums? hosted by Siobhan Davies Dance in London took place on November 9th from 1.30-6.30pm. The afternoon consisted of presentations and discussions looking critically at the recent profusion of dance in museums, galleries and international art events. Siobhan Davies highlighted specific work...

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By: Sara Wookey On: September 07, 2017 In: Collaboration in Dance, Moving // Dialogues, Research, Trio A Comments: 0

As part of my TATE Learning Research Associate position and practice-based-research through the Centre for Dance Research at Coventry University, I have been running a series of once-a-week morning movement practices at TATE Modern. In the early part of this year I spoke with Emily Pringle, Head of Learning...

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