A collaboration between artist Siena Barnes and dancer Amelia Dodds, this show explores the ‘living and writhing’ female body. “Bodily Offerings” is a mixed exhibition of visual art, film, sculpture and live dance.
Barnes’ formally experimental work makes use of a range of new media, such as film and 3D painting. At “Bodily Offerings”, you can expect to see a collection of Barnes’ mixed media works from her most recent collection, The Night Star.
A Yorkshire-based dancer, Dodds is a dancer and photographer exploring the subtleties of movement. “Bodily Offerings” will display a range of Dodds’ photographs; the main event will be well as a live dance performance.
Their first exhibition after lockdown, “Bodily Offerings” is set to take place at James Campbell House, rather than LUVA’s traditional lock-up.
This is a one-night-only opportunity- make sure to book your free timeslot in advance!