In search of the unreal n.02 (6 minutes 20 seconds, digital film) debued at Analogue Ensemble’s Live Film and Performance Night on the 9th June 2016 at Whitstable Biennale Satellite.
The film features footage of a journey made from Canterbury to Whitstable Harbour by train and by bike, a route inspired by the 1830 Crab and Winkle railway line. View a short extract of the film here.
A programme of artists’ film, video, and live performance work selected for the New Inn, one of Whitstable’s oldest purpose-built public houses. Works will explore the material and social histories of the site, engaging with notions of the public house as a space for play, performance, disruption and contemplation.
Blow Up The New Inn, 2016
Who Needs Friends Anyway?, 2016
In search of the unreal n.02, Canterbury to Whitstable, 2016
Noisy Licking, Dribbling & Spitting, 2014
Broken Tongue, 2013
Closing Time, 2016
Performance Art Pub Quiz, 2016
The event is free and everyone is welcome
Full Satellite programme.
Analogue Ensemble is a changing programme of live projected film and sound art, bringing together established and emerging artists and filmmakers from the UK and beyond to Kent. Organised by Joseph Dance and Cathy Rogers.
Venue: The New Inn, 30 Woodlawn Street, Whitstable, CT5 1HG, http://www.newinnwhitstable.co.uk/