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Turquoise and Brown text reads Kill Your Timid Notion
17 – 19 October 2003
DCA

Kill Your Timid Notion 03

Taking over the gallery spaces at Dundee Contemporary Arts, the first Kill Your Timid Notion presented a 3 day programme of live immersive experiences and specially curated film programmes.

silver and brown design like 16mm film strips with text - Kill Your Timid Notion
9 October – 29 November 2008
DCA

Kill Your Timid Notion 08

Bringing together artists working with music, sound, film and the moving image, KYTN 2008 saw performances, improvisations, screenings and installations over three days at DCA.

Bold white text on Red background reads Kill Your Timid Notion
21 – 28 February 2010
DCA

Kill Your Timid Notion 10

A mixture of investigation groups, live performances, screenings and installations at DCA; the festival looked to strip back music, sound, film and moving image to their core ideas and explore them with artists and audiences.

Black serif font reads Kill Your Timid Notion on a mottled white background
17 – 19 February 2006
DCA

Kill Your Timid Notion 06

A festival hewn from passions for experimental music, film and visual art and for a passion in figuring out how they can relate to, cross-fertilise and inspire and each other.

Kill Your Timid Notion 07 publicity flyer
3 – 15 April 2007
DCA

Kill Your Timid Notion 07

Investigating the border between the audible and the visible means looking at the margins, the edges of creativity where artists test out new boundaries and define them anew.

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29 November – 7 December 2008
BFI IMAX BFI Southbank ICA Spike Island Arnolfini CCA

Kill Your Timid Notion on Tour

In 2008 we toured our Kill Your Timid Notion festival of experimental sound and image to London, Bristol and Glasgow, bringing audiences a taste of the previous 5 festival editions.

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8 – 16 May 2010
Tramway

UNINSTAL

UNINSTAL was a set of events at Tramway that tested out radical ideas with leading local and international artists. A collection of events (performances, films, installations, walks and talks) about sound and listening.