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In the Frame: Audio Descriptive Tour

Sat 4 May, 12–2pm. Free, with lunch and refreshments. 12 places.
Book via Eventbrite

or call 0131 2265 2383
Artist Juliana Capes will take you through detailed descriptions of Nengudi’s art and practice. Designed for people with visual impairments and hearing loss but open to all.

Supported by The RS MacDonald Charitable Trust

Image: Senga Nengudi Performance Piece,1978. Courtesy the artist; Lévy Gorvy, New York, London; and Thomas Erben Gallery, New York. Photo: Harmon Outlaw

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Sunset Reports: Juliana Capes

Exhibition: 13–17 Feb, 11am–6pm. Free.
Preview: Wed 13 Feb, 6.30–7.30pm. All welcome.

Working across media including installation, film and visual description, Capes debuts a new body of work created in the context of a 2018 Barbican ArtWorks Fellowship in which she sought to bring her work as an artist together with her engagement work describing art for people with visual impairments. This new work is part of her ongoing research into the emotional resonance of natural phenomena.

It considers the brokering of colour through language and looks for a new emotional vocabulary. The exhibition will feature Capes’ collaboration with artist Catherine Street and participants of our In The Frame programme for audiences with visual impairments.

Juliana will also be running an In The Frame Tour with Catherine Street
14 Feb, 1–3pm.

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Sunset Reports: Juliana Capes

Exhibition: 13–17 Feb, 11am–6pm. Free.
Preview: Wed 13 Feb, 6.30–7.30pm. All welcome.

Working across media including installation, film and visual description, Capes debuts a new body of work created in the context of a 2018 Barbican ArtWorks Fellowship in which she sought to bring her work as an artist together with her engagement work describing art for people with visual impairments. This new work is part of her ongoing research into the emotional resonance of natural phenomena.

It considers the brokering of colour through language and looks for a new emotional vocabulary. The exhibition will feature Capes’ collaboration with artist Catherine Street and participants of our In The Frame programme for audiences with visual impairments.

Juliana will also be running an In The Frame Tour with Catherine Street
14 Feb, 1–3pm.

Continue Reading

Sunset Reports: Juliana Capes

Exhibition: 13–17 Feb, 11am–6pm. Free.
Preview: Wed 13 Feb, 6.30–7.30pm. All welcome.

Working across media including installation, film and visual description, Capes debuts a new body of work created in the context of a 2018 Barbican ArtWorks Fellowship in which she sought to bring her work as an artist together with her engagement work describing art for people with visual impairments. This new work is part of her ongoing research into the emotional resonance of natural phenomena.

It considers the brokering of colour through language and looks for a new emotional vocabulary. The exhibition will feature Capes’ collaboration with artist Catherine Street and participants of our In The Frame programme for audiences with visual impairments.

Juliana will also be running an In The Frame Tour with Catherine Street
14 Feb, 1–3pm.

Continue Reading

Sunset Reports: Juliana Capes

Exhibition: 13–17 Feb, 11am–6pm. Free.
Preview: Wed 13 Feb, 6.30–7.30pm. All welcome.

Working across media including installation, film and visual description, Capes debuts a new body of work created in the context of a 2018 Barbican ArtWorks Fellowship in which she sought to bring her work as an artist together with her engagement work describing art for people with visual impairments. This new work is part of her ongoing research into the emotional resonance of natural phenomena.

It considers the brokering of colour through language and looks for a new emotional vocabulary. The exhibition will feature Capes’ collaboration with artist Catherine Street and participants of our In The Frame programme for audiences with visual impairments.

Juliana will also be running an In The Frame Tour with Catherine Street
14 Feb, 1–3pm.

Continue Reading

Sunset Reports: Juliana Capes

Exhibition: 13–17 Feb, 11am–6pm. Free.
Preview: Wed 13 Feb, 6.30–7.30pm. All welcome.

Working across media including installation, film and visual description, Capes debuts a new body of work created in the context of a 2018 Barbican ArtWorks Fellowship in which she sought to bring her work as an artist together with her engagement work describing art for people with visual impairments. This new work is part of her ongoing research into the emotional resonance of natural phenomena.

It considers the brokering of colour through language and looks for a new emotional vocabulary. The exhibition will feature Capes’ collaboration with artist Catherine Street and participants of our In The Frame programme for audiences with visual impairments.

Juliana will also be running an In The Frame Tour with Catherine Street
14 Feb, 1–3pm.

Continue Reading

Sunset Reports: Juliana Capes

Exhibition: 13–17 Feb, 11am–6pm. Free.
Preview: Wed 13 Feb, 6.30–7.30pm. All welcome.

Working across media including installation, film and visual description, Capes debuts a new body of work created in the context of a 2018 Barbican ArtWorks Fellowship in which she sought to bring her work as an artist together with her engagement work describing art for people with visual impairments. This new work is part of her ongoing research into the emotional resonance of natural phenomena.

It considers the brokering of colour through language and looks for a new emotional vocabulary. The exhibition will feature Capes’ collaboration with artist Catherine Street and participants of our In The Frame programme for audiences with visual impairments.

Juliana will also be running an In The Frame Tour with Catherine Street
14 Feb, 1–3pm.

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