Over five days, Protovoulia and nine invited artists from Greater Manchester merged together in full experimentation-mode through a collaborative long-durational creative process. Spending eight hours a day inside HOME's exhibition gallery (open to the public), the artists, from the worlds of visual art, dance, theatre and music developed a series of actions, experimentations and improvised installations, performances and screenings.
A series of installations will be created by the artist in 2016-17 that explore the theme of light and sensation. Supported by the Arts Council, this projects links the artist with biomedical scientists and academics at Durham University to explore how light can change how we feel. The artist will alter the atmosphere and experience of a range of public spaces, including hospitals and hospices and examine the impact on experience.
Projection with fluids, 2014
Live liquid projection of slowly dripping liquids and bubbles. A series of glass burettes and funnels are filled over the course of the day filtering down through different sized glass nozzles carefully positioned around the projector.
and is anyone listening?, 2016
Installation- Digital projection and found object sculpture
copper/cast iron/steel enging parts from cold War submarine detection cable.
Shaping Light No.3, 2015
Glass, wood, projection,
Selected for the British Glass Biennale 2015
Published 03 November 2017