I’ll be returning to Liverpool on 25th July for Syndrome Sessions 2.0: State-Free State of a.P.A.t.T island.
SYNDROME launches its next series of works illustrating new approaches to political, emotional and technological control.
The first event of this phase is hosted by a.P.A.t.T., who recalibrate the 24 Kitchen Street space as an industrial dystopia using spatialised sound, projection mapping, interactivity, amorphous cluster chords, tuned percussion / and much more.
a.P.A.t.T’s new work acts as the frame for several new commissions which take place throughout the night, each reflecting on a central theme of control in relation to political and emotional agency.
I’ll be teaming up with Rachel Sweeney again to present QWOP Dance, the piece we previously preformed at Light Night Liverpool. Advance tickets are £5, £7 on door and it all kicks off at 8pm. 🙂
Mercy released a video documenting the performance myself and Rachel Sweeney did for LightNight Liverpool 2014
Thanks again to FACT and Nathan Jones/Mercy for giving me this opportunity!
On 16th May I’ll be in Liverpool for a performance with Rachel Sweeney of a piece developed for Light Night Liverpool 2014.
9pm – 10.30pm
Ropewalks Square, FACT, Liverpool
Glitch artist Antonio Roberts presents a new aspect to his work exploring error, working in tandem with butoh inflected dance performed by Rachel Sweeney. Computer interface, digital image, human body and choreography are drawn into beautiful maelstrom of system error. The public are invited to join in and excert their own influence over this unwieldy system for control.
Commissioned by Mercy and Hive as part of the Syndrome programme.
In partnership with FACT, as part of Light Night 2014
It’s free, fun, and also fun!