For the third LADA Screens we will be showing Katherine Araniello's The Dinner Party Revisited, a feature length edit of the The Dinner Party Revisited perfomance which took place simultaneously at Artsadmin in Toynbee Hall and Purcell Room in Queen Elizabeth Hall on 2 September 2014 as part of the Unlimited Festival.
The Dinner Party Revisited is artist Katherine Araniello’s most audacious, ambitious and large-scale live work to date: a cacophonous, chaotic soiree for audience and guests alike. The publication is supported by Unlimited; celebrating the work of disabled artists, using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and Creative Scotland, with additional support from Southbank Centre.
The film will be available to view for free on the LADA Screens video channel for two weeks between 9 and 30 September 2015.
LADA Screens is a series of free, online screenings of seminal performance documentation, works to camera, short films/video and archival footage. It is part of Live Online, LADA’s dedicated space where you can watch short videos and films drawn from LADA’s Study Room or generated through our programmes and initiatives.
Each screening will be available to view for a limited time only, and will be launched with a live event at the White Building in Hackney Wick, London. Online art magazine, thisistomorrow will also feature the films on their website for the duration of the screenings.
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