A hellish sodium-lit environment provides the setting for Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson’s video installation, Song for Armageddon, shot on location at Tel Megiddo, in which a group of workers make preparations for the end of the world.
Guest producers Nicole Vivien Watson and Paul Miller present award-winning dancer Antoine Hunter. Twenty participants have been invited to a dynamic week of dance activities that will result in a live performance featuring American and British Sign Language.
This two-day intensive programme, presented in collaboration with Art Fund, New Contemporaries and BALTIC, will take as its focus the role that digital technologies play in shaping and distributing contemporary practice, along with the networking opportunities that it offers to artists. The programme will offer a panel discussion, practical advice sessions, workshops and professional insights on the topic, as well as addressing some of the pitfalls of presentation of work in the digital realm.
Highly visual and underscored by humour, Recreation is a live show about work. Rather, it’s about the things that we do that aren’t work, or that aren’t quite work. Performed by professional and non-professional dancers including local guest performers.
Sofia Stevi will discuss her exhibition, sharing the inspirations and processes behind her work.