Part-sculpture part-performance, these carefully crafted living costumes made from grass, flower and other flora. The work and performance explores the connection we have with nature and the lingering green spaces in our urban environments. Through an embrace of the absurd and a hint of mysticism the audience becomes a part of the spectacle.
An on-street neighbourhood exhibition from the Write2Read - an inclusive community words project in Hele, Barton and Watcombe areas, collecting and sharing local thoughts, memories, and images, and writing about them.
A dance performance by a newly formed company of regional dance artists, exploring the simple everyday object of the chair, as a response to ‘A String Section’ by Reckless Sleepers – shown as a double-bill with this piece.
Reckless Sleepers will present A String Section against the backdrop of the Pavilion in Princess Gardens. In 2010 Leen Dewilde started destroying things. A String Section started in this way, a simple set of 5 chairs, 5 women and 5 saws.