Dwelling is a performance/installation using film, and live performance.
Dwelling is about ghosts, ghost's stories - things that dwell, in places, in time, and people. Filmed at Poltimore House, a derelict mansion in Devon, the performance is inspired by ruins and ruination, mothers and mothers' ruin - insistent histories that haunt.
The evening begins with a 20 minute presentation of the PhD practice as research that investigates Hauntology - the past in the present - the beginning as always-already haunted, in performance practice. After a short interval this will be followed by Dwelling, a visually poetic experimental performance installation that invites you to welcome the irrational, inexplicable otherness of ghosts - to listen and observe what they return to tell us.
Devised and performed in collaboration with Samuel de la Torre, Leeza Jessie, Alice Barton, Sofia Caley, Aimee Pollock and Xavier de Santos, directed by Mary Steadman, music by Helen Roberts.
7.00pm - 8.45pm
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Tel: +44 (0)117 971 9117
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