Plymouth University will be hosting an exclusive private view at The Peninsula Arts Centre of the work of Thomas John Bacon on February 17th 2014.
This is an extreme noise, light and body art aktion. And we we would like to kindly extend the invitation of this private view to subscribers of Sound and Music.
To have the rare opportunity to experience this intense performance first hand, all are encouraged to book in advance to guarantee a seat.
This performance is suitable for mature audiences AGED OVER 18 only due to the extreme nature of the artwork.
Travelling, using the minimalist movement of a failing Butoh walk, a body of Self/s is split, through shadow, light, darkness & live noise taken directly from inside the body. A magnified multiplicity of Self/s consumes the room and all within. Being reforms to encompass all; beyond subject, beyond object, both embodied & disembodied, including you: your vital presence & perception. The journey completes.
Although a small number of tickets will be available on the night, earlier reservation is strongly encouraged. Tickets are free and can be reserved in advance via: firstname.lastname@example.org or via: 01752 585 050
|Duration||17 February 2014 - 17 February 2014|
|Cost||Free - but tickets are strictly limited and must be reserved in advance|
|Venue||Peninsula Arts Centre - Plymouth University|
|Address||Roland Levinsky Building Plymouth PL4 8AA, ,|
|Contact||01752 585 050 / email@example.com / http://www1.plymouth.ac.uk/peninsulaarts/Pages/default.aspx|