Modern Art Oxford will be closed from Thursday 05 November. While the gallery is temporarily closed, you can still visit Responsive Space online by exploring our main virtual exhibition.
About Responsive Space at Modern Art Oxford
Discover and respond to an imaginative and hopeful presentation of art projects created during the coronavirus pandemic.
Responsive Space features work from Breathworks, a digital project sharing creative approaches to breathing, Activating our Archives, an exploration of storytelling through images, and a presentation from Making Space Safe, our workshops with asylum seekers and refugees in Oxford.
And take part in Made with MAO, a new interactive activity exploring the architecture of the gallery spaces.
This exhibition has been made possible with Art Fund support.
Please book a free ticket in advance of your visit to the gallery. Tickets will grant you access to this exhibition and Mariana Castillo Deball: Between making and knowing something.
MAO Assembly: My Response
Would you like to shape our Responsive Space conversations?
Inspired by the creative communities presented in our exhibition Responsive Space, My Response initiates individual and collective responses to recent world events through a series of open questions.
“Has your experience of breathing changed since the pandemic, and if so, how?”
This first question comes from our Creative Associate (Digital) Lucy Sabin, who created Breathworks. Share a response to our first question, or ask your own. Tag @mao_gallery on Instagram along with the hashtag #MyResponse and we’ll share as many responses as we can.
My Response is part of MAO Assembly, Modern Art Oxford’s mission to ensure you continue to shape our digital conversations, based on what’s important to you. Discover more about MAO Assembly.