I Much Prefer the Mundane
19 July - 24 August 2019
JONAS READ with guest artist
Robert Campbell Henderson’s ‘POLAROID EVANGELISM’
Above; ‘I Much Prefer the Mundane’ photographic images on paper and metal by Jonas Read with additional stills from his performance with violinist Lucy Perkins
Below; ‘Polaroid Evangelism’ photographic images manipulating 1970’s polaroid stills and handmade and collaged books by Robert Campbell Henderson
Below; Through a chance meeting in La Trimouille Etoile Cinema in feb.2019, during his research visit to L’atelier Melusine Read requested that violinst Lucy Perkins might accompany him during his performance on the opening night - marvellously and magically Lucy also improvised and led throughout the evening and they played late into the night, continuing to jam long after the general public had left. Huge thanks from the Melusine team for creating an unforgettable night.
Temporal Traces Magical Manuscripts
May 11 - July 07 2019
The new exhibition Temporal Traces Magical Manuscripts opened with new visitors and wonderful support from the commune and Mayor. The saturday vernissage was very busy and the workshops, lectures and picnic on sunday fascinating. Thank you to all involved; The Coptic Magical Papyri, Korshi Dosoo, Raquel Martin Hernandez, Robert Campbell Henderson, Luis Calero and Hugh McMillan.
Dolls - Pupa
Samedi 23 Mars 18.00 - 21.00
Systems of Philosophy - Wall(paper)s of Mind - Sally Annett
December 07 -2018 to March 07 2019.
The exhibition was shown in Bletchley Park and Wrest Park as two sister shows between June 15 and October 28 2018 before coming together as one exhibit in the Atelier Melusine. Fr. A study of works on paper inspired by the two major British collections and funded by Arts Council England.
Dolls - Pupa
Group show - invited artists
23 mars - 04 mai 2019
An exhibition of text based works created in response to Annett’s call for word and language focussed pieces which can be sent electronically and then curated as a site specific piece.
11 mai - 29 june 2019
Annett curates works by print and film maker Robert Campbell Henderson, The Coptic Magical Papyri Project team of Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg and Raquel Martín Hernández of Complutense University of Madrid to create an extraordinary exhibition which references the work of William Blake, Serge Arnaux and ancient Greek and Coptic manuscripts though the media of etching, tracing, photography and poetry. Further sound collaborations from Luis Calero and Hugh Mcmillan. There will be supporting lectures and workshops in the atelier.