A LADA screening programme
9 – 19 February 2017
(Not including 10 & 13 February)
11am – 7pm
A rolling programme of short films, video documentation and images reflecting recent histories of Live Art in the UK – the territories and ideas artists have been occupying and exploring, and what they have been doing with them.
Live Art &… has been curated by LADA from materials held in its open access Study Room, and images from Manuel Vason’s landmark publication Double Exposures.
Featured artists: Liberate Tate, Mad For Real, The Famous Lauren Barri Holstein, Duckie, The Disabled Avant-Garde, George Chakravarthi, Jade Monserrat, Harold Offeh, Richard Dedomenici, Joshua Sofaer, Phoebe Davies, Franko B, jamie lewis hadley, Liz Aggiss, Lucy Hutson, Nando Messias, The Vacuum Cleaner and Jamal Gerald.
With thanks to Manuel Vason and to all the featured artists.
In Between Time International Festival is a biennial festival featuring international theatre, dance, Live Art, music and more.
Banner image credit:
Rita Marcalo and Manuel Vason, Double Exposures, Leeds, 2013
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