This is the performance that was actually happening in the other room while the audience watched performance A under the pretense that it was live.
The audience were then led to the room where they had missed Performance B.
This is the performance that the audience watched via monitor, the performance was said to be happening live in another room. This was not the case. There was a different performance occurring in the other room – Performance B!
Live Feed Performance is a brand new visual spectacular that blends together choreography and live art to tell the story of an artist’s journey to enlightenment.
Sunday 24th November, 7pm at mac Birmingham.
Artists Camilla Brendon and Gerald Curtis come together to make work that enacts their individual experiences in different cities.
Thursday 14th November, 7pm – 10pm at The Wig.
Here’s a sneak peak of what we are bringing to Birmingham on the 14th November!
Images and write-up of Thomas John Bacon’s SELF/s PORTRAIT.
An interview with Thomas John Bacon. Conducted by HFWAS Co-director Kate Spence, discussing some of the principals of SELF/s PORTRAIT.
Thomas John Bacon’s second dissemination of his performance aktion ‘SELF/s PORTRAIT’.
Tuesday 15h October, 1pm – 2pm at the Birmingham Cathedral.
A snippet of Kate Spence’s and resident artist John Kadens’ experience at Little Wolf Parade’s performance art installation in Nottingham.