Immerse yourself in this experiential and genre-blurring new work for solo audiences at home.
Guided by an audio work and/or a visual score (text, illustration and some animation), your movement, electronic music and contemporary storytelling will unfold, overlap and transform, creating a new imagining of the very place you are right now.
There is space to move with fury, to fall into the softness of cushions, and to collapse into the folds of time. It is all as you choose.
An Absurdist Archive of Isolation: a full body workout radio play is one work in two forms: a work to listen to and a work to read.
Please note: This work will be available to listen/read until Sun 7 Mar 2021.
Producers: Project Auske / Stichting Modulus / Bridget Fiske / Joseph Lau
UK Independent Producer: Deb Ashby
Supported using public funding by: the National Lottery through Arts Council England, and Stroom Den Haag
Created with the support of The Lowry
Also supported by: The Lowry Centre for Advanced Training and Upasana Arts
An Absurdist Archive of Isolation: a full-body workout radio play will be available on our website 18 Feb - 7 Mar. When you have booked for the event you will be sent an E-Ticket to your registered email address (please check your spam folder), which will contain the webpage link to access the work as many times as you like until Sun 7 Mar.
Please note: If you do not receive an E-Ticket please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
1. This work is preferably experienced through headphones, but speakers are also possible. Please ensure you are free to move safely e.g. put your phone securely in a pocket where it will not fall out or use wireless headphones.
2. This work is recommended for people aged 12 years and over.
3.This work encourages physical participation and interaction with your environment. Please modify and adjust your movement to support your needs and capacity to the level your body is ready for. Always follow medical advice on participation in physical activity. Ensure any choices you make about use of space, architecture and objects are safe. By engaging with and participating in this work you are agreeing to take full responsibility for your personal health and all aspects of the environment you are in at all times.
Times: 10am (GMT)
Venue: at The Place