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Research project

Voices in the Gallery: Reading the Unseen Text

Project overview

Voices in the Gallery was an AHRC Innovation Fellowship project, led by Sarah Hayden, in conjunction with John Hansard Gallery and Nottingham Contemporary.

This project considered voiceover as a phenomenon that exists simultaneously as art-form, literary genre and sonic intervention in gallery space. The first phase of this research project generated articles, talks, public events (including workshops, study sessions) staged in conjunction with John Hansard Gallery and Nottingham Contemporary. An exhibition, ‘Many voices, all of them loved’, curated by Sarah and featuring work by Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa, Laure Prouvost, Kader Attia, Willem de Rooij, Liza Sylvestre and Lawrence Abu Hamdan took place at JHG in spring 2020.

Staff

Lead researcher

Dr Sarah Hayden

Associate Professor

Research interests

  • Voice
  • Experimental Poetics
  • Artists' Moving Image
Connect with Sarah

Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

Sarah Hayden, 2023, Bricks from the kiln(6), 103
Type: article
Sarah Hayden, 2022
Type: other
Sarah Hayden, 2020, b2o: boundary 2 online journal, 5(2)
Type: article