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Daniel Smith

Inspiration Found Abroad

Central to our performance is the use of audio coupled with visuals. Along with the pictures of hands around cups, the audio from the interviews will be layered, creating a sonic experience for the beholder that incorporates many voices in… Continue Reading →

A Sacred Practise

Our idea of portraying Lincoln’s community through art seemed like a simple idea, but we required a medium through which to show it. We discussed our troubles of finding this medium with our tutor, Aylwyn, and reached the conclusion that… Continue Reading →

Performance Ideas & The Value of Art

While organising ourselves into performance groups I was interested in finding someone with a shared enthusiasm of representations of certain artists within museums. In the average museum, it is no secret that white middle-class males’ works occupy the majority of… Continue Reading →

Ephemeral Art

The performances that were created by my peers on the 4th of February really impressed. I found motivation through the range of works offered. All of the class were given very similar instructions on the week prior through which we… Continue Reading →

The Old and The New, Together

Prior to my first meeting  with my Site-Specific Performance group, I visited The Collection and was compelled by the range of art that was displayed. The juxtaposition of traditional art and modernist works was stimulating, and while some pieces were… Continue Reading →

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