Dance takes on horizontal dimension in Jericho

thisisoxfordshire: Marina Collard lying horizontal as part of the exhibition Pictures: Anna Bruce Marina Collard lying horizontal as part of the exhibition Pictures: Anna Bruce

OXFORD artist Antonia Bruce is showing a series of drawings at Art Jericho, in King Street, until May 11.

Made with Indian ink, the art was inspired by dance rehearsals. Called Blue Moon, the exhibition is a result of her work with internationally-renowned dancer Marina Collard, as well as Susie Crow and the Protein Dance group, to capture “the language and fluidity” of dance.

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The artist, above, said: “My main interest is in drawing movement and capturing fast experiences. Working with the different types of dancers, and seeing their different disciplines, was really how I made sense of that.”

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12:20pm Thu 24 Apr 14

King Joke says...

THe headline brough this to mind:

“Dancing is a vertical expression of a horizontal desire.”

― Robert Frost
THe headline brough this to mind: “Dancing is a vertical expression of a horizontal desire.” ― Robert Frost King Joke
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