Date: Saturday 16th May 2020, 18:30
Location: Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82975137128
At the beginning of May, Peoples’ Bureau (Eva Sajovic and Rebecca Davies), along with writer Sarah Butler and film maker Shona Hamilton put out a call for artists to respond to the questions
· What is the role of the artist in today’s political, economic and social context?
· What is home?
· What might the future of living look like?
We are using funding from the AHRC best early career film award, given to our latest preojct, UnEarthing Elephant, a film exploring and celebrating the value of the much maligned Elephant and Castle shopping centre, to support this initiative.
Please join the successful artists, Nicola Privato, Julene Robinson, Ryan Skelton, Luzmira Zerpa and Omar Rocha, and Katrina Wilde to share the outcomes of their at-home-artist-residencies. A rich mix of music, poetry, performance and visual art. The works will be punctuated by work from Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos. You are invited to join us on zoom at 18:30. We look forward to seeing you there.
Please note that the performance will be recorded and turned into a moving image art piece for exhibition purposes at a later point. Please mute your audio and turn on speaker view.
You can choose to switch your video on or off. If you do not want to be identified please change your name.
Artist Katrina Wilde will be delivering a durational performance/workshop during the performance. If you would like to take part please prepare:
· A needle
· Some thread
· Something that needs mending that you’ve been putting off doing