Launch of Rose Butler's new work 'Come and Go' at The Lowry
Event contact Rose Butler
At this event Laura Broome, Programme Manager at Quays Culture, chairs a discussion with Come and Go creators, Rose Butler and Alexander Whitley who will provide an insight into the project's development and their collaborative approach.
Come and Go is the launch of a prototype which takes the Serpentine dance as its reference. The work considers 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 and forms part of practice based doctoral research concerning surveillance and resistance.
It is a dual screen installation with interactive playback; use your body to change the dance from slow motion to real time playback, making for a playful piece. This is a free installation for you to interact with for as long as you wish.
Made with the support of Laura Broome Programme Manager; Quays Culture and the production supported using public funding by Arts Council England and the Art and Design Research Centre; Sheffield Hallam University.