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The Oneiric Re-combobulator

The Oneiric Re-combobulator
The Oneiric Re-combobulator
Artists Oliver Wallace, Hattie Worboys, Stephen Whitehead, Jude Haste, Ian Dawson, Ben Zeng and Robin Clyfan collaborated with the House of Fairy Tales to create The Oneiric Re-combobulator, a surreal adventure about dream recycling, that bound creative practice into narratives of social and environmental change. Commissioned by Hauser & Wirth Gallery, for its Somerset space, this interactive social artwork was performed over two days.
Art, Performance, socially engaged practice, storytelling
Hauser and Wirth
Dawson, Ian
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Wallace, Oliver
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Worboys, Hattie
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Whitehead, Stephen
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Haste, Jude
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Zeng, Ben
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Clyfan, Robin
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(2017) The Oneiric Re-combobulator

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Abstract

Artists Oliver Wallace, Hattie Worboys, Stephen Whitehead, Jude Haste, Ian Dawson, Ben Zeng and Robin Clyfan collaborated with the House of Fairy Tales to create The Oneiric Re-combobulator, a surreal adventure about dream recycling, that bound creative practice into narratives of social and environmental change. Commissioned by Hauser & Wirth Gallery, for its Somerset space, this interactive social artwork was performed over two days.

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Published date: 15 April 2017
Additional Information: The House of Fairy Tales is a national children’s arts charity that exists to engage with young people of all ages from any socio-economic or cultural background and any religion. Central to the House of Fairy Tales is the belief that providing imaginative spaces to learn and play is not just about creating happy children but happy families, healthier communities and a thriving society too. Hauser & Wirth Somerset is a pioneering world-class gallery and multi-purpose arts centre, which acts as a destination for experiencing art, architecture and the remarkable Somerset landscape through new and innovative art programming centred around a core belief in conservation, education and sustainability,
Venue - Dates: The Oneiric Re-combobulator: The House of Fairy Tales Easter Adventure, United Kingdom, 2017-04-14 - 2017-04-15
Keywords: Art, Performance, socially engaged practice, storytelling
Organisations: Graphics, Fine Art & Media

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Local EPrints ID: 411639
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/411639
PURE UUID: 5e1ec27d-979a-4bfd-894e-67629e2994c7

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Date deposited: 21 Jun 2017 16:32
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 13:41

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Contributors

Artist: Ian Dawson
Arranger: Oliver Wallace
Arranger: Hattie Worboys
Arranger: Stephen Whitehead
Arranger: Jude Haste
Arranger: Ben Zeng
Arranger: Robin Clyfan

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