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The material is remembering, imagining and falling apart: Dog Kennel Hill P...

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Brighton CCA, University of Brighton

Grand Parade

Brighton

BN2 0JY

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Dog Kennel Hill Project will be joined in performance by Rosemary Lee and Graeme Miller.

Choreographic scores enable performers to reconstruct sequences from their past works whilst following live, intimate relationships with the environment and audiences in the gallery. Join us in the gallery on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd of November to experience the activation of their score.

Leading up to this performance weekend, Dog Kennel Hill Project will be working live in the gallery on 22, 23, 25, 30, 31 October and 1 November, as part of You Can Probably Turn this into Something; an installation exhibition that presents a web of practice materials, objects, instructions to participate, and performance documents from the last 10 years of their practices.

Within a specifically designed landscape of objects and video, audio and text documents, we invite audiences to dig around the ever evolving worlds that have been inhabited through our research investigations and notice how their own choices of attention and position might allow them to turn it into ‘something’.

This is a drop-in event, booking is not essential.

Brighton CCA is fully wheelchair accessible. For further information or any questions, please contact Polly Wright.

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Brighton CCA, University of Brighton

Grand Parade

Brighton

BN2 0JY

United Kingdom

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