East End Collaborations 2002

An intensive weekend performance platform

27 to 29 September 

Friday 27 September from 19.00
Saturday 28 September from 17.00
Sunday 29 September from 16.00

The fourth annual East End Collaborations Platform – three action-packed days of new work – is a joint initiative between Queen Mary, University of London and the Live Art Development Agency.

Programmed through open submissions, East End Collaborations is an opportunity for over 30 emerging practitioners from across London and the UK to present new performance and time based works. East End Collaborations is an open invitation to experience an eclectic range of Live Art and see the artists of tomorrow today.

Friday 27 September from 19.00
David Collins
(w)hole

Richard Dedominici
Watford: the Way To move FOrwaRD

John Purnell
I Can’t Help Milking In Front Of You

Louisa Spicer
The White Of The Onion

Oliver Frost
I Feel So Empty

Susan Thomson
Holiday Box

Sonic Pedalo
Page 62 & Other Stories

Saturday 28 September from 17.00
David Collins
(w)hole

Barbara Dean
Folding

Yason Banal
The Legend Of The Boy Who Lost His Insides

G&G
(untitled)

Kit Bolton & Oliver Bragg
Loctite Gallery

Harald Smykla
Ticker

Alice Lunt
Bless

Steven Loader
Snooker-Loopy

Anna Maria Giannini
1. Intimate Visibilities / 2. An Intimate Strangeness

Helena Walsh
Tight Lipped Labia

Rogue Satellite
Rumbled

Flávia Müller Madeiros
i control

The Strange Names Collective
Bodies In Hell: An Introductory Lecture

Russel Barr
The Face Of Evil

Mmmmm
Concreto Tropicalismo Genital

Sunday 29 September from 16.00
David Collins
(w)hole

John Fawcett
Imbue

Charles & Cook
(untitled)

Tom Geoghegan
Bedtime

Paul Hurley
T(h)ree: In Loving Memory

Modus Forum & 2nd Gen
Project Preservation

Joo Young Lee
Cutting (On Video)

SD2theatrical and Thomas Bacon
WounDED

Simon Goldin
Monetary Inquiry Association Progress Report Presentation

No Thrills
Post Modern Trash

Josette Chiang
Bird Shitting Has Free Reign

Abigail Hirsch
(untitled)

Matt Cook
Ode To Olivetti (For Two Typewriters)

Rosalie Robbins
(untitled)

Kit Poulson
Change Everything ­ Keep Everything The Same

Rokeby
Bitstreams

Please note that the programme may be subject to change.

Tickets £5 (£3 concessions) per day or £12
(£8 concessions) for a 3 day pass.

Ticket reservations: 020 7882 3355

East End Collaborations will take place in a range of spaces at Queen Mary, University of London:

The Arts Building and The People’s Palace,
Queen Mary, University of London,
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS
(between Mile End and Stepney Green Tubes)

East End Collaborations 2002 is the London selection platform for the National Review of Live Art 2003, Britain’s leading performance festival taking place in Glasgow next February.

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