About the exhibition

Windows into Worlds was an audiovisual exhibition and installation that showcased new connections between performing arts and digitl video. It included original artistic research from Dr Ben Spatz's Judaica project alongside contemporary performance-based films by VestAndPage (Germany) and Studio Matejka (Poland), as well as a growing network of performers exploring video lab methods. These videos run alongside an "Open Lab" where the public was invited to explore audiovisual creation.

The Windows into Worlds exhibition Market Gallery welcomed more than 200 visitors. There was an opening event with vocalist and composer Odeya Nini on Tuesday 3 December and a featured artist talk with performers VestAndPage at the University of Huddersfield campus on Wednesday 11 December. The exhibition was supported by the School of Music, Humanities and Media and the School of Art, Design and Architecture at the University of Huddersfield.

Photos: Laura Mateescu

About the researcher

Dr Ben Spatz is a nonbinary researcher and theorist of embodied practice. They are Senior Lecturer in Drama, Theatre and Performance at the University of Huddersfield, UK and author of What a Body Can Do (Routledge 2015), Blue Sky Body (Routledge 2020), and Making a Laboratory (Punctum 2020), as well as editor of the videographic Journal of Embodied Research and co-convener of the international Embodied Research Working Group. Spatz has more than two decades of experience as a performer and director of contemporary theatre and has been invited to present at nearly thirty institutions in eleven countries.