Possibilities that Disappear before a Landscape, is a theatre piece to be read and to be observed. The piece is thought of as an open book, where the imperceptible world of atmospheres, thoughts and memories are described. An empty stage is presented to the audience, occupied at first only by a screen over which is projected a fragmented narrative journey across ten European cities. Part of GIFT: Gateshead International Festival of Theatre.
At Noise Lab young children and their grown ups can play with innovative musical instruments and sound making devices to create amazing soundscapes that will be recorded and mixed by a sound artist. Part of GIFT: Gateshead International Festival of Theatre.
the sounds here are bouncing around us and Susan and Anne and that object
Singh has devised a programme of live events, readings and workshops that present a feminist discourse on the voice in performance, in writing and in the making of things. Beginning with the empty gallery, this programme will ultimately generate a ‘performed or workshopped’ exhibition.
This group exhibition draws attention to the journey undertaken by migrants and refugees to cross the Mediterranean Sea.
Rodney Graham is a Canadian artist whose genre defying avant-garde experimentalism has confounded and thrilled audiences in museums and galleries all over the world. This major exhibition combines works in film and video with an extensive presentation of his photographic images.
Holly Hendry (b. London, 1990) presents an entirely new body of work for her first solo exhibition in a UK arts institution.
These free bitesize, introductory tours are suitable for everyone and help bring BALTIC’s exhibitions to life.
Children and families can explore the exhibitions with our special Explorer Guides.