Vibrations 3 Launch Event

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A Study Room event to showcase Vibrations 3, an artist publication produced by the Live Art and Performance Group, based at Oxford Brookes University.

Set up in 2015 by Veronica Cordova de la Rosa and Peta Lloyd the Live Art and Performance Group was created in order to raise the profile of Live Art within Oxford Brookes University and create opportunities for students and researchers to be supported in developing and recording their own work.

During 2015, the Group invited a diverse range of international performers to publically present at Oxford Brookes with an emphasis on artists whose work addresses race, cultural appropriation, gender equality, migration, and class awareness.

The Vibrations 3 journal is edited by Emma Williams and features written work from the presenting artists as well as a selection of photographic documentation taken by Stu Allsopp.

Contributors include: Nando Messias, Poppy Jackson, Katy Baird, Marcel Sparmann, Harold Offeh, Mads Floor Andersen and Fay Stevens.   

The launch event will introduce the on-going work of the Live Art and Performance Group and feature short performances from founders Veronica Cordova de la Rosa and Peta Lloyd plus contributions from a selection of the artists involved.

A free limited edition printed copy of Vibrations 3 will be available on the night with an online version made available afterwards on the dedicated Vibrations Series website (where you can currently view Vibrations 1 and Vibrations 2).

Refreshments will be provided. 

Banner image credit:

Mads Floor Andersen

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