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Re-frame is a research and creation commissioning opportunity created by FABRIC for artists working in the field of dance, movement and/or choreography to experiment with cross disciplinary practice in the context of a visual art gallery and to produce a new piece of work.

The current commissioned Re-Frame artist is Solomon Berrio-Allen, an artist of motion, choreographer, and movement facilitator working in the field of dance. He will be using his residency to develop his project Our Acres in residence at New Arts Exchange in Nottingham and FABRIC from 16 Jan to 7 April 2023.

Solomon describes the Our Acres project as “opening thought and space to the abundant riches that the ancestors of the diaspora awoke, amongst the indelible colonial history it endured”.

There will be two public events for the residency – visit here to find out more.

Re-Frame is financially supported by Garrick Charitable Trust and Jerwood Arts Development Programme Fund  which champions transformational development opportunities for artists, curators and/or producers in their field and within the first 10 years of establishing their professional practice.

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Solomon Berrio-Allen