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Lee Patterson sitting next to a projection of himself, pensive
10 October 2008
DCA

North West from Chester Hill, Composition – 10 (1960)

Lee Patterson Luke Fowler

A delicate and detailed walk through the urban and rural landscape around Dundee; a poetic focus on the details found. A performance for 16mm projection and live amplified objects (maybe pine cones, maybe a coke bottle).

Kill Your Timid Notion 08
Tables in Kinning Park Complex community centre, a painting on the wall
16 May 2010
Kinning Park Complex

In The Shadow of Shadow – Listening Session

The Strickland Distribution Ultra-red

Strickland Distribution and Ultra-red give a practical sound workshop bringing together walk participants to discuss the issues raised during the walk

UNINSTAL
People huddled around a speaker on a street in Glasgow
9 May 2010
George Square

In The Shadow of Shadow – Walk

The Strickland Distribution Ultra-red

A public walk from George Square to the Barras market bringing contributions from researchers, activists and artists in a form of live critical praxis

UNINSTAL
Tam Dean Burn in hat, jacket and rucksack gestures with outstretched arms
14 November 2010
Tramway

Overheard (Performance Part 2)

Resonance Radio Orchestra

A performance, a radio show, an installation, an endurance test. A game of chance. Constantly broadcasting live, actor Tam Dean Burn will leave Tramway at the start of INSTAL and walk away from it, in an ever increasing spiral, for a day. Then he’ll walk back.

INSTAL 10
Tam Dean Burn in a hat reads from a paper into a microphone
12 November 2010
Tramway

Overheard (Performance Part 1) and Festival Introduction

Resonance Radio Orchestra

The first performative part in a game of chance and endurance as actor Tam Dean Burn constantly broadcasts for 24hrs.

INSTAL 10
trajalharrell_episode5_bryonymcintyre
25 May 2013
Tramway

Twenty Looks or Paris is Burning at The Judson Church (S)

Trajal Harrell

A meditation on how all of us perform — sometimes reinforcing, sometimes subverting — the shifting categories of gender, sexuality and race.

Episode 5: Hidden in Plain Sight