Notes on a confinement

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2021-04-19

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confinement, n.

  1. The action of confining, or (more usually) the fact or condition of being confined, shut up, or kept in one place; imprisonment. 2. a. Restriction, limitation (to certain conditions). 1678—1846 1678—1846 †3. An obligation, a personal tie. Obsolete. 4. spec. The being in child-bed; child-birth, delivery, accouchement. (The ordinary
    term for this in colloquial use: see confine v. 6. The Middle English equivalent was Our Lady's bands, bonds, or bends: see band n.1 1c, bend n.11d, bond n.1 1c.) 1774—1870

Mary O'Neill will be confined in The Gallery DMU Leicester from 19th - 25th April. This project asked artists, writers, and performers from different continents to join in a discussion of how their thinking has altered over the last year as a result of their confinement. Initially the invited participants were asked to go for a walk and record their thoughts.

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Collaborating artists Fatima Alarakha Will Buckingham Guilherme Gerais Johanna Hällsten Raimi Gbadamosi Els Martens Arjen Mulder Netta Laufer Christine Parker Pablo Santamaria Pastor Bridget Tempest

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Exhibition, collaboration, curation, isolation, lockdown, covid 19

Citation

O'Neill, M. (2021) Notes on a confinement. The Gallery DMU. Leicester, 19th - 30th April 2021

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Institute of Art and Design