Panel Discussion: Live Art in 2113
5-6pm, mac birmingham
A discussion exploring the future and live art’s relationship to change across various spheres in our lives. Guest speakers and thinkers will speculate on how future changes might affect live art practice and vice versa.
Presented in conjunction with Live Art UK
Free. Booking essential. Tickets available soon.
Autumn Feast – Blanch & Shock (UK)
The Blind Leading the Blind – Wolf In The Winter (ES/DE/NL/UK)
6.30-8.30pm, Edible Eastside, Digbeth.
The festival opens with a feast by radical food designers Blanch & Shock in a canalside urban garden. They will serve up a vegetarian platter from produce grown over the last seven months.
In parallel, Wolf In The Winter will create an intervention inspired by Bruegel’s Blind Leading the Blind, a painting of six ragged figures stumbling across a rural landscape.
Wolf In the Winter is an international collective of six solo performance artists who come together sporadically to make a pack. They comprise of Aaron Williamson, Anet van de Elzen, Brian Catling, Denys Blacker, Kirsten Norrie, Ralph Wendt and guest wolf, Eloise Fornieles. They will also perform a series of solo interventions at Club Fierce on Saturday 5 October.
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