The Museum of Perception MUWA, founded by Werner Wolf in 1990, shows works of contemporary constructive, reductive art by established but also young artists, architecture and science in changing exhibitions parallel to the permanent exhibition of mainly visual perception installations.
The MUWA offers an extensive education programme and cooperates with artistic, pedagogical and university institutions on a regional, national and international level as well as their representatives within the framework of workshops, further education, lectures, readings, discourse events or concerts of contemporary music. All tasks related to the MUWA are documented and continuously published. Visitors can use the reference library of art books and catalogues with a focus on reductive art. In the basement, the Samadhi bath, a deprivation tank for deep relaxation is available to those who are interested.
BELINDA CADBURY "LARGE DRAWINGS"
“Breaking free from the visual constraints of smaller, often framed works I embarked on making drawings that met my interest in the large scale.
These works were drawn standing at a table, with HB, B, 2B and 3B Pencils on different papers of varying degrees of whiteness and texture. They speak to my interest in the subtle shifts between different tones of grey, each with its own intensity and resulting contrast.“
born in Birmingham in 1939, studied and worked in theatre, opera and film design in the UK and Europe from 1958 to 1969. From 1969 to 1972 she studied sculpture at the City and Guilds of London Art School and from 1972 to 1973 the postgraduate course at Whitelands Teachers Training College, London. From 1973 to 1990 she taught art in London schools and lectured on 20th century film and theatre design and theatre design at Cheltenham College of Art. BELINDA CADBURY has been exhibiting since 1982, parallel to many exhibition participations, for example in 2017 in the summer exhibition of the Royal Academy in London or in 2022 in the Bartha Contemporary gallery in London, her work is shown in solo exhibitions in renowned galleries and museums (selection): 1982 Morley Gallery, London, UK; LYC Gallery, London, UK; 1988 Studio Show, London, UK; 1996 Eagle Gallery, London, UK; 1999 Galerie Lattemann, Darmstadt, Germany; 2008 Bartha Contemporary, (with Takashi Suzuki), London, UK; 2009 Noborimachi Art Space, (with John Carter) Hiroshima, Japan; 2016 Galerie Leonhard, Graz. Following her exhibition at the Museum of Perception MUWA, a solo exhibition is planned at Bartha Contemporary Gallery, London 2023. BELINDA CADBURY lives and works in London, UK.