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Published on May 3, 2012
The Smudged performance was a 30 minute vibrant mix of movement, live projection, drawing, installation, words, sound and live music inspired by the Ideas and Objects collection at Tate Modern. The performance bought together the visual art practice of the learning disabled Rocket Artists and performance skills of the Corali Dance Company, University of Brighton painting students and Alice Fox. The piece was devised by the performers under the creative direction of Alice Fox, Ella Ritchie, Sarah Archdeacon and Donovan Flynn. It was funded by Arts Council South East and Henry Smith Charity and supported by Tate Modern through the donation of rehearsal space.