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.
To Suit is a dance-theatre live and film work that explores the relationship between man and woman. Developed through an investigation into human interaction, the work draws comparisons to bird courtship rituals, using body, voice and sound as a means of communication. Part of GIFT: Gateshead International Festival of Theatre.
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A solo performance uncovering the subtle shifts and developing perceptions of a place. One woman’s attempt at navigating and moving through the elements of the mountain she brings back upon her return. Into the Mountain will be the first of a series of performance works in relation to the Cairngorms Mountains in North East Scotland. Part of GIFT: Gateshead International Festival of Theatre.
…carrying, placing, standing, stacking, upturning, moving, addressing, looking… Seven Tables is the latest iteration of a practice-based research into the relationship between the female and domestic objects, and what the performance of these does to unsettle our understanding of the homely. Part of GIFT: Gateshead International Festival of Theatre.
For one night only, Rodney Graham will give a rare live performance in a unique setting, marking his new album release and exhibition at BALTIC.