Late: Debunk with Libita Clayton, Jeanie Sinclair and Clawson & Ward

Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol, BS1 4QA

01179 172300
[email protected]
https://www.arnolfini.org.uk/whatson/lates-debunk-with-libita-clayton-jeanie-sinclair-and-clawson-ward

Friday 10 November 2017
7pm - 1am
Opening Hours: 11am - 6pm
Admission Fee: £5/£3
Booking essential
via the website or over the telephone

DEBUNK will bring together a group of diverse artists and practitioners for the first time, inviting them to collaborate on an experimental event through performance, sound, and moving image. Participating artists are brought together by their mutual curiosity for ideas surrounding shared archive, subcultures and social landscape. This after hours event will create space to debunk the idea that history has a singular narrative told from one voice, to explore the thick feeling in the air during moments of upheaval and to find new languages to navigate our current moment in history. Expect noise. Line up 7-8pm: DJs in the café bar 8–8.45pm: Live performance 8.45–9.15pm: Interval 9.15–10pm: Live performance 10pm–12am: DJs in the Café Bar Artist biographies Clawson & Ward are an artist duo currently working with low-fi animation and moving image to re-work ideas of authority and manipulation in visual culture. Libita Clayton works between sound, performance and diaspora in DIY cultures. Jeanie Sinclair is a historian working with sound, archives and oral history. Benjamin One is a sound designer and music producer. This event has been programmed to explore and respond to the themes in Grayson Perry's exhibition, creating an experimental space to examine the social and political moment we are living in.

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