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Gordon Douglas: Habits of the Co-existent (3)
19:00 on 2 August 2017
Platform, 1000 Westerhouse Road
This August sees Platform welcome Habits of the Co-existent (3) – the final in a series of events at the Easterhouse arts venue.
Co-ordinated by Gordon Douglas – featuring Jamie Kane, Adam Lewis-Jacob, Emmie McLuskey and Helen Savage – the event on August 2 will show new performance pieces that each artist has been developing at Platform during the last six months. Platform’s auditorium space, which usually plays hosts to a diverse programme of dance, music and theatre, will provide the backdrop to the final event in the series.
Over the last six months, the events have offered the artists the chance to reflect on the nuanced nature of collaboration, tolerance and co-existence when devising non-linear performance events. In HotC(3), the group have been in dialogue with technical staff, devising an automatic sound and lighting cue that will solidify the timings of the event, with live performances slipping in and out of spaces created by stage effects.
Accompanying the event will be the launch of Project-Book (3) with contributions from Peter Amoore, Calum Bowden & Nathaniel Whitfield, Amy Pickles and Jennie Temple. Project-Book (3) is concerned with the body in non-centric organisational strategies, institutional habit-making, and power play in administrative rhythm.
Free -but ticketed – email email@example.com