Thursday, 13 May 2010

Open Dialogues at Away Day



Away Day : contemporary art installations and performances in three South London parks

Mary and Rachel Lois have been commissioned to create individual live writing residencies for Writers House at AWAY DAY.

READERS WANTED by Rachel Lois in collaboration with Antje Hildebrandt is an intimate (w)reading performance for two, a small exercise in trust and a live cursive encounter. More details here

MEMORY EXCHANGE by Mary is an experiment, a model for participation, and a document of memory in public and private. More details HERE


Scores for all the writing performances at Writers House at are listed here.


DATES: 29-31 May bank holiday weekend

TIMES: 12 noon to 6pm daily

VENUE: Wandle Park, London, opposite Colliers Wood tube (Northern line)

http://www.postartists.com/awayday/


Over 20 artists present new works as POST returns to Merton in south London with Away Day. Engaging with suburban spaces of leisure, Away Day is a series of site-specific artworks for three public parks: Mostyn Gardens in Morden, Wandle Park in Colliers Wood and Ravensbury Park in Mitcham. Diverse interventions, performances and temporary artworks accost visitors with imagined alternative realities and new mappings of these spaces during weekends in May and June.

Featuring new work from: Linda Duffy, Katie Gilman, Helen Jacobs, Pippa Koszerek & Anna Pharoah, Fiona Long, Ruth Martindale, John O’Hare, Sonia Pa├žo-Rocchia, Ioanna Pantazopoulou, Faye Peacock, Present Attempt, Catalina Garces de los Rios, Jenny Rolfe-Herbert, Emanuela Santini, The Wayward Plant Registry, Mary Yacoob and Hyun Jin Cho. Live writing residencies: Bram Thomas Arnold, Rachel Lois Clapham, Marianne Holm Hansen, Tamarin Norwood and Mary Paterson

POST is the new peer-led network for artists who respond to place www.postartists.com

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