On Thursday the 13th of December, Rajay, a student from UCL Arts, Nature and Wellbeing course, presented his student placement project at the Bloomsbury Theatre about the Bareback Museum and evaluative practices. Rajay was invited to attend and to evaluate the impact of the Bareback Museum Performance Workshop on the 21st and 22nd of October at MOCA gallery. He participated in the life drawing whilst also documenting through drawing, photographing and note taking about the impact of the performance workshop with the audience.
During the collective evaluation, the audience were invited to exhibit their drawings on the glass wall of the gallery in order to begin a collective evaluation about the future of Aids Memorials. Rajay participated in the collective evaluation both as a researcher and as an audience member. During the conversations the group spoke about the London Lighthouse, as an audience member was a receptionist for the charity in the 90’s and recollected visits from Princess Diana.
Information about the course can be found below. Bareback Museum will host two new students during October and December 2019.