‘Come and Go’ by Rose Butler, in collaboration with Alexander Whitley
Come and Go shows the launch of a new prototype which takes the Serpentine dance as its reference to consider a shift in point of view from one which is on the ground linear and anchored to one which is from above, in flight and remote. The work forms part of practice based doctoral research concerning surveillance and resistance. It will be a dual screen installation with interactive playback; the more movement there is from the viewer the closer to real time the playback will become, making for a playful piece.
This is a free installation for the public to interact with for as long as they wish.
Where: The Lowry Studio Theatre
When: Saturday 16th January 2016
13:00 – 19:30
Artist talk: Free Artist Talk (no booking required) – 18:30 – Rose Butler & Alexander Whitley provide an insight into the project’s development and their collaborative approach, chaired by Laura Broome, Programme Manager Quays Culture.