Swarm Sculptures is a durational movement installation conceived by Dance Artist Lucy Suggate. Influenced by swarm intelligence as a choreographic process and the body as sculpture, the work takes the infectious nature of movement to transform the single human form into a communal and collective body.
Wednesday 23 November: 3PM – 5PM
Thursday 24 November: 11:30AM – 1PM
Friday 25 November: 6PM – 8PM
Saturday 26 November: 3PM – 5PM
This event if FREE to attend, audiences can drop in and out of the performance as they please.
7 June 2017
Simon Davis is both the illustrator of many celebrated comic book titles (including Judge Dredd) and one of the leading portrait artists of his generation. He will talk about these two areas of his practice and how they relate. Presented in partnership with the Leicester Sketch Club.
Simon and Tom Bloor in conversation. Symposium: Off the Map. Wednesday 16 November 2016. Photography Jane Moorhouse
3pm to 4pm, Saturday 25 March, 2017
Vijay Patel Building
De Montfort University
(Entrance through The Gallery, Mill Lane)
A concert of audio/visual performances of works by
Mark Fell and Jean-Pierre Husquinet
in collaboration with
Crinan 1 by Jean-Pierre Husquinet and Ernest Edmonds, 1990
Port Hacking by Mark Fell and Ernest Edmonds, 2003
DC_Release by Mark Fell and Ernest Edmonds, 2007
Each of these works integrates colour, form and sound in generative audio/visual performances
Entrance is free.
Tickets should be booked by email to Hugo.Worthy@dmu.ac.uk including the name of attendees and a contact telephone number.
5 April 2017
The computer game artist will give an insight into the industry, her approach to creativity and an overview of computer games as an art form. Presented in partnership with the Leicester Sketch Club.
Lucy Suggate, Swarm
Wednesday 23 November to Saturday 26 November
Swarm Sculptures is a durational movement installation created by dance artist Lucy Suggate. Influenced by swarm intelligence as a choreographic process and the body as sculpture, the work takes the infectious nature of movement to transform the single human form into a communal and collective body.