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Acme Project Space

 

The Acme Project Space ran from June 2009 to December 2015. It provided an opportunity for those artists who are part of our Residency & Awards Programme and our International Residencies Programme with a public space within which to develop projects, show new work and engage in a critical dialogue with a wider audience.

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Anna Moderato

‘In Use’ 22.6.2012 - 24.6.2012

 
Anna Moderato in the Chelsea Studio, Childers Street. Photo: Anna Moderato (2012)
Anna Moderato in the Chelsea Studio, Childers Street. Photo: Anna Moderato (2012)
'Untitled' Anna Moderato (2012)
'Untitled' Anna Moderato (2012)
'Untitled' Anna Moderato (2012)
Anna Moderato in the Chelsea Studio, Childers Street. Photo: Anna Moderato (2012)
 
 

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Curating Contemporary Art MA, Royal College of Art

Swedish artist Anna Moderato’s sculpture and choreography investigate the limitations of the human body through repetitious action, and the contrast between human and machine movements. In Use, the artist’s first solo exhibition, takes the seminal dance pieces devised by Yvonne Rainer in the 1960s, comprised of minimal gestures and movements, as a point of departure, and includes new sculptures conceived as elements for non-professional performers to interact with. An events programme featuring live performances and screenings will run in tandem with the show, extending contemporary and historical themes raised by the artist’s work.

For more information, visit: www.in-use.co.uk

 
 

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