Site sensitive residency spanning Oriel Mostyn Gallery’s expansion project and beyond.
The [in]scape Project is multi-layered, encompassing visual and performance art, dance, song, choreography, music and film.

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[in]scape was a five-year residency at The Mostyn, Llandudno, Wales, which involved making casts in the old post office part of the gallery building and movement/voice interventions at the building-site, workshops in local colleges, open studios (Helfa Gelf), an exhibition part way through the process and a month’s on site rehearsal process creating original choreography, music, movement quality drawings and video documentation. It culminated in a 7-week exhibition and promenade performances for the gallery’s reopening celebrations after its major expansion building project. There were also two installation performances at Chapter, Cardiff (one part-way through and one just after the exhibition, as part of the 10th Experimentica Festival) and simultaneous remote improvisation performances at Blank Studios and Gallery. Trace performance/installations continue on from this elsewhere in the UK.

The music and choreographic score/script is archived at Ty Cerdd (Music Centre Wales) at the Wales Millenium Centre, Cardiff. Research copies are available from Ruth Legget, +44(0)2920 635 642

[in]scape 1 filmdance

the Open Studio was hosted by Helfa Gelf and supported by Mostyn. It was in Llanrwst, where we worked intensively for two weeks applying early photographic techniques (cyanotypes) and modern transfers onto plaster of Paris.

blueprint on plaster process


the first exhibition was in the temporary exhibition space during the building work.

missives stage one

[in]scape was made with financial support from the Arts Council of Wales, PRSF, Austrian Cultural Forum, Mostyn and Chapter.

[in]scape exhibition missives


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