FRANK ABBOTT – Two Tales

Frank Abbott will go back in time to Saturday 25 July 2000 and a room at the Wired and Dangerous Festival of Digital Arts in the Richard Attenborough Centre. There he created a piece of work called “Displace” which took a particular moment in time and displaced it four days into the future. Using memory and video he will re-visit that same room to attempt to evoke that moment once again, and displace it ten years into the future, before a new audience, at what is now Embrace Arts at the RA Centre, Leicester.

WAYNE BURROWSThe Enigma of Robert Holcombe

What happens when a fictional creation comes to life and a past you’ve faked starts to become alarmingly tangible? Wayne Burrows presents an illustrated talk on the life and work of Robert Holcombe, an artist who never existed, but seems to be running the show regardless.

KATHRYN COOPERCome Time With Me

Kathryn will be available to guide you through the current theories of time that modern physicists have reached. It’s all about time, about the physics of it, about regret and how you can’t really go back and change things.

CHRIS DOBROWOLSKILandscape, Seascape, Skyscape, Escape

Slide, film, music and monologue. At art college Chris discovered that art could theoretically be anything. Consequently he made a boat from driftwood and tried to escape from art college in it…he failed. This led to a series of vehicles that are predominantly made from recycled materials that have a deliberate “knocked up in my garden shed” feel about them.

GRAHAM ELSTONEKilling Time

A performance that relates to our use of time, the wasting of time, our leisure time – that we are in effect killing time in much that we do. In a one to one situation join the cause to eradicate the killing of time. The fight will require direct action; those that join will be contacted when the time is right.

RACHEL GOMMEHour

Time passing, time returning, suspended time. Through a continual process of knitting and unravelling, this durational performance examines the experience of time as line and cycle, as moment and infinity, as chronology and memory.

KRISTY GUEST – Welcome All Time Travellers!

Worried about the past interrogating the future? There’s no need tonight as travellers of time are welcome on this evening of safe exploration and play. Please come and join Kristy and let’s see what can be discovered.

JOHANNA HÄLLSTENBreathe + Time/Breathe reprise

Breathe + Time/Breathe reprise investigates the relationships between musical notation and it sonic counterpart. Two singers perform two Pink Floyd songs, one in each location; the vocal melodies remain but all lyrics and other music are replaced by descriptions or musical notations, both spoken and visualised.

LUCKY FIN PRODUCTIONS – Byron Beloved ~ Part One: Dearest Duck & Part Two: Remember Me

Exploring the hearts and minds of two women for whom Byron was beloved. Lady Caroline Lamb and his estranged wife Annabella Milbanke, remained deeply obsessed with Lord Byron throughout their lives. For them, time was no healer and his genius and danger remained a constant source of fascination and adoration.  They lived out their lives as former favourites, fallen from grace, struggling to understand the all consuming passion they felt for him and their inability to let his love go.

MEDIUM RARE – New Build

They catch the 5:20pm train from Nottingham to Leicester. Through the window from the café bar, on the patio things start to arrive. Transporting and constructing in a durational performance; Medium Rare will be battling with unknown territories.

THE MEGAPHONESTime Freeze: a Convention

Join the president of the Time Freeze fan club, as she curates the annual biannual convention. Meet the actors from the original cult classic TV show. Debate the many cinematic concepts involving time travel and discover why Time Freeze was science fact.
*Plus live footage from the original series*

GEMMA NEEPEvent Invitation

With food, drink, music and internet all provided*, come along and meet your new neighbour.
*limited food and drink.
Developed as part of SeedFund for Method Lab at greenroom, Manchester. With thanks to Tamsin Drury, Peader Kirk and everybody at greenroom. Also Mark Zuckerberg for creating a world where its OK to stalk.

OYSTER EYESHis Eyes were like Oysters

You have a tiny penis. I have a tiny penis. Come and see our tiny penises. A girl who looks like Barbara Streisand and a boy whose eyes are like oysters have organised a surreal and hilarious comedy show. You should definitely come and stare at it. Sponsored by Alan the DJ (Not available for Bah Mitzvahs) All proceeds will go towards Berwick-upon-Tweed’s Ladies Working Men’s Club. (No, they won’t).

HETAIN PATELIt’s Growing On Me

Nottingham-based visual artist Hetain Patel presents a new performance and video that combine to sit on the edge of ’stand up’. In 2008, Hetain documented his attempts to grow his hair and moustache to resemble the style of his father’s generation at a time when he emigrated to the U.K. in the late 1960’s. This performance uses the awkward social implications of making this work in England as a starting point for further meanderings on cultural heritage and experiences of becoming.

DANIEL SOMERVILLEElizabeth Dances

Daniel Somerville delves into the simulacrum to present a dance/lecture that explores time and place; the intersection of cultures, the manipulation of time and distortion of history.  Through Butoh inspired movement and spoken word he shares his love of two Donizetti operas about Elizabeth I, Leicester and Nottingham.

SOUTHPAW JUNCTION – Time Frame

In 1968, Paris, the city of love, burned with the heat of revolution. The following year, the world was awash with love. In 2010, Southpaw Junction fuse these two impassioned states to lead a revolution of romance, exploring its nature through the lens of cinema and personal reality.

explores the hearts and minds of two women for whom Byron was beloved. Lady Caroline Lamb and his estranged wife Annabella Milbanke, remained deeply obsessed with Lord Byron throughout their lives. For them, time was no healer and his genius and danger remained a constant source of fascination and adoration.  They lived out their lives as former favourites, fallen from grace, struggling to understand the all consuming passion they felt for him and their inability to let his love go.

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