The Museum for Object Research & WEBworks will be presenting a new project in the spring of 2019 entitled Neither Use Nor Ornament (#NUNO), in collaboration with the OVADA Gallery in Oxford.

This project includes, exhibitions, dance installation, photography workshop, live poetry, film, & performance.

Neither Use Nor Ornament is the outcome of artist Sonia Boué’s Arts Council England funded research resulting in this inclusive collaboration. #NUNO is also Arts Council England funded.

NUNO preview event is on Saturday 30th March 2019 at OVADA Gallery. Attendance is free, please register your interest here.

Find out more about the exhibiting artists


#NUNO News and Events

Hugh Pryor delivered a warmly received photography workshop, as part of his #NUNO exhibition, Still in Motion at the Old Fire Station, Oxford on Saturday 8th December. Images from the workshop can be viewed here (Flickr album)

Artist and performer, Naomi Morris is using the #NUNO project to research her practice and explore new outcomes and new venues for her work. Watch Naomi’s research residency video here.

Poet, playwright and #NUNO artist Rhiannon Lloyd Williams writes about her experience of being part of the project. Read Rhiannon’s blog post here.

Artist Kruse is using the  #NUNO project to explore issues of isolation, autism and journeying. Kruse podcasts about her work as an artist, you can listen to a podcast about her first #NUNO journey here.

NUNO founder and mentor Sonia Boué writes about the challenges of developing an inclusive project and explores the issues surrounding diversity and inclusion:  What does inclusion look like?