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Annabel Ralphs and Diane Jones-Parry established metroncollaborative in 2000 to research and initiate exhibitions, residencies and site specific work in unusual venues.

Exhibiting nationally and internationally, collaborations have included Science Oxford, Hollidays Pigment Factory in Hull, Central Booking Gallery New York, Museum of Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, Botanic Gardens, Art in Situ-SW France, and the Mathematics Department of Oxford University.

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2015 Illegitimate Objects – artists and poets work with Oxford University Mathematical Institute's collection of nineteenth century models of geometric surfaces at the Mathematics Institute.
2014 breaking of tulips: unwrapping books – artists, poets and dancers work with a collection of gardening chronicles at Oxford University Botanic Garden.
2010 rearranging formulae: unwrapping books – artists work with maths and science books donated by Oxford University Press, at the 03 Gallery and at The Fairway at Oxford University Press.
2009 endnotes: unwrapping books artists, dancers and musicians work with library books donated by Oxford City Library at the O3 Gallery, Oxford.

supported by Arts Council England, Oxford University Mathematics,TORCH (the Oxford Centre for Research in the Humanities), Oxford Culture Fund, Magdalen College Oxford, Merton College Oxford, Science Oxford, Ovada, the Communauté de Communes du Val de Drome.

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